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There are several recipes for "Italian Wedding Soup" on the 'Zaar, and I looked at ALL of them, but chose this one since it is home-made from start to finish. It IS time-consuming, but I knew that from the get-go. WOW - was it EVER worth it!! I made 2 minor changes based purely on personal preference - no offense to Alan - and that is: (1) I used chopped fresh baby spinach instead of escarole - didn't cook it first either - just threw it in when I added in the cooked chicken and meatballs - it DID NOT turn my soup green; and, (2) when I mixed my meatballs I added some fresh grated Parmesan cheese to the mix. Outstanding soup recipe and many thanks to Alan for posting it! :)

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Cream Puff November 03, 2008
Italian Wedding Soup (Minestra Maritata)