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I made this as directed with one exception. I added a little cabbage. I made it on a Sunday and ate it on Monday. I thought the taste of the ketchup was overpowering. I don't like my food sweet it all. I froze it all with hopes that it will mellow by the time I defrost. Next time I would leave the ketchup out. I think it would be better without it.

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jrusk February 13, 2011

I love this soup, I make often though I found it in the newspaper as a recipe request from Witchitah Pub here in Oregon. I do like variety of vetetables in my soup and this has what I like.Since it has so much celery do not substitute celery salt as celery is so good cooked. The recipe will not taste the same.

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muffinlady October 05, 2009

Excellent soup, I used really lean hamburger 96/4 and only had 1 carrot. It turned out so good DH didn't even notice the lowfat hamburger. I will definitely make again!

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PopcornLady March 23, 2008

Excellent soup, I have been making this for years! I found the recipe in a Little Pillsbury Cookbook I got at the grocery store in 1985. Everybody loves it soup. I add shredded cabbage as well, usually during the last half hour or so, of cooking. Tastes even better the next day.

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JT'sMom June 14, 2007

This is part of a double rating. 5 Stars for this and 5 Starts for the BEEF & BARLEY CASSAROLE. I made the cassarol first and left overs. Since these two recipes are very similiar, I had this last night. Terrific. Two great recipes for the price of one. Great job, Bev.

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Myrna 2 June 14, 2005
Hamburger Barley Vegetable Soup