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Yes! This is exactly what I was looking for. I grew up in Vegas and ate at the Alpine Village often enough to know that it had the best soup. I didn't use the Accent, and the soup still came out just like I remembered. If you're a messy cook like me and you're going to use a blender for a smooth texter, start the blender, with the lid on, and then add the soup through the hole in the top of the lid, blending a couple cups of soup at a time. This made it easier and a lot less mess in the kitchen. Thank you for posting the recipe!

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Kimmarie1966 June 08, 2009

I grew up on this soup and their spiced up cottage cheese is a delicious combinatorial to die for. This soup alone has probably saved my life on countless times. I'm always cooking it up at least once a month at two gallons a batch, it's never lasted more than three day. Everybody that's ever tried this soup has loved. Try to double the carrots if you prefer a sweeter soups, and more garlic for those stubborn colds or flu bug. I personally favor the ground dark chicken meat for a richer taste of chicken soup. Give it a try, it's so simple and fast to whip out a batch in no time. It's at peek floor after being refrigerated over night. And for the experimental try some potatoes and a stalk of celery, all finely chopped and of equal size. Enjoy you kitchen time and this wonderful soup that became world famous by the rat pack of lasVegas.

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Dougdg54 March 28, 2015
Alpine Village House Soup - Chicken Supreme