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    *They Call Me the Soup Fairy... ;) Julie's Soups

    (*Strangely enough, I'm not kidding. I have a friend who calls me that.) I tend to throw together a bunch of ingredients and come up with crockpots full of delicious soup, and it wasn't until fairly recently that I began keeping track of what was in them so that there'd be actual recipes. Here are some of them.
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    A delicious creamy – yet non-dairy – soup! "This soup is satisfying, but light. It's great for weekend suppers with a salad or sandwich." --Barbara Hansen, LA Times Staff Writer.

    Recipe #117144

    A rich and delicious curry soup!

    Recipe #115504

    I love fennel, I love soup… so when this soup was recently featured on FoodTV's "Party Starters" prepared by Edison Mays, I snagged the recipe from the website and adapted it to my liking.

    Recipe #115138

    Absolutely delicious! I am very pleased how this soup came out. Luxurious and comforting at the same time. :)

    Recipe #114777

    This recipe is adapted from one in Vincent and Mary Price's "A Treasury of Great Recipes." Although it appears amongst those from the Rivoli Restaurant in Mexico City, it doesn't appear to be from the restaurant itself. "This hearty soup, a sort of Mexican minestrone, is made with both [corn and chiles], as you might expect, but it is the unexpected ingredients that make it so good." Let me tell you... this soup is OUTSTANDING. I've made a lot of soups, and this is one of my favorites. I'll be making it often in years to come!

    Recipe #114908

    Adapted from "Simply Classic," by the Seattle Junior League.

    Recipe #114927

    A simple, rich, delicious soup!

    Recipe #114922

    Here's my take on Azteca Restaurant's Molcajete stew. Delicious! Don't let the long ingredient list bother you... although there are a lot of them, this recipe is actually quite easy to put together. Quick and easy!

    Recipe #114910

    Mr. Price's "Treasury of Great Recipes" is a wonderful cookbook that I'm privileged to have on my shelf! The style of recipe format is rather different from what we're used to these days, so I'm translating for a more modern audience. Here you have a recipe adapted from one the collection, a delicious onion soup! From the market in Les Halles in Paris, circa 1965.

    Recipe #114675

    Adapted from Gourmet Magazine, March 2000.

    Recipe #113912

    A bit like French Onion Soup, but a nice garlicky soup, instead! :) The garlic is not at all overwhelming in this delicious soup.

    Recipe #8195

    This afternoon I put some broth and cabbage into the crockpot, and when my husband came home he said, "That smells good, what is it?" I chuckled. "Just cabbage in broth. That's it." He hmmm'ed. "You need to come up with some German name for it, instead. Cabbage in broth just won't do." So I looked up what it would be in German, found some similar recipes online, fiddled with the contents of the crockpot a bit, and here's what we had for dinner! :) Really simple, and very tasty! This is a Pantry Challenge recipe, using ingredients that were already on hand at home.

    Recipe #113297

    From the Seattle Times, Wednesday, May 22, 2002. Recipe adapted from "The Cook's Illustrated Complete Book of Poultry."

    Recipe #112684

    When we first prepared this recipe, we weren't quite sure we'd like this soup served cold, but we figured we could always heat it up if we preferred it that way. However, when the soup was done and we tried it chilled, it was absolutely delicious! A wonderfully creamy and tasty soup, a keeper for my cookbook. It is an adaption of a recipe from Gourmet Magazine (June 1989). The original recipe made a huge batch - this is our scaled-down version with some substitutions. The recipe could easily be made vegetarian simply by omitting the bacon (although you could try veggie bacon) and using vegetable broth. Prep time includes chilling.

    Recipe #111947

    One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle was Kaleenka's on First Avenue. I loved their borshch and piroshky, and I always felt warm and comfortable in the restaurant. Kaleenka's has unfortunately closed, but I did find their recipe for borshch in "Dining Ethnic Around Puget Sound" which was published in 1993. This is an excellent borshch, well worth making! Kaleenka featured good Russian hearty fare, traditional cooking from the Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and Georgia. The name "Kaleenka" was derived from a ubiquitous shrub that grows all across Russia, which is revered since ancient times as a symbol of the land and culture. According to Kaleenka's... there are many variations of the soup called "borshch," and this one is a vegetarian recipe. What's the secret of a good borshch? Brown the vegetables separately. How do you pronounce "borshch?" Like the "sh ch" in "fresh cheese." In Russian it is indicated by a single letter.

    Recipe #110365

    I'm a big fan of soups, and also wanted some succulent salmon for dinner. This soup nicely provided both, with great flavor and minimal preparation. This is my second recipe from the Pantry Challenge: I am making a dish from whatever I have at home already--those ingredients which are "just waiting around."

    Recipe #105744

    This is the first of my Pantry Challenge recipes. I am making a dish from whatever I have at home already - those ingredients which are "just waiting around." This soup came out quite nicely, with a great texture and a wonderfully creamy and rich taste! The leftovers didn't last long, either... hubby and I ended up "fighting" over who got the last bit. :)

    Recipe #104725

    Almost ridiculously easy to make, this soup is based on a recipe from "S.O.U.P.S. - Seattle's Own Undeniably Perfect Soups" by Michael Congdon and is my absolute favorite soup. Although it is titled as "southwestern," this soup tastes very much like my favorite Indian dish of Chicken Korma, a mild, flavorful, non-spicy curry. I also use the soup as a baking sauce for chicken breasts, thighs, and cubed tofu - very tasty!

    Recipe #103950

    I tossed this together the other night and it was wonderful! I was more than pleased with the results. Very easy, simple, and tasty. :) A surprisingly tasty combination of ingredients!

    Recipe #68504

    A wonderful savory fish chowder, perfect to start off an evening of fine dining or as a hearty dinner with good, crusty bread.

    Recipe #51165

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