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All who ate, all said it was great! Thanks for sharing!

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hedi777 October 23, 2007

The only thing I can say about this was I should have made more than what I thought we would we would eat. A nice version of French Onion Soup. I chose to add garlic anc croutons to our soup. Since this posting I have made this soup so many times over and over again. Excellant!!!

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BLUE ROSE August 27, 2007

Very tasty, and what I love the most is how quick it is to put together. Instead of croutons just used a toasted baguette slice and it was yummy with the cheese melted on top!

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LorenLou February 11, 2006

love this. Great without flour addition also and I often use croutons in place of bread.

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jellyko January 10, 2006

I have to agree with everyone here. This is a wonderful tasting soup and so easy to make. I think it tasted better than most restaurants. I did not use the crock pot, but instead let it cook on the stove top for about 5 hours. The only changes I made were to use 4 cans of broth, 1/2 cup of water and 1/2 cup of red cooking wine. Everything else I left the same. I would definitely recommend this even if you have never tried to make before, it was that easy...Thanks!!

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hwoodwa25 November 23, 2004

This was great! my sister and I are French Onion Soup NUTS and i invited her over to "taste test" with me for dinner. we both were AMAZED at the awesome taste and the EASE of making it (I did use the crockpot method). I served it with a hearty honey/oat/whole wheat bread and it was OUT OF SIGHT. will be enjoying the leftovers for lunch tomorrow and will DEFINATELY be making this again. The only minor person tweakings I did was to substitute the 1 c. of water for 1 c. of white cooking wine and added a few extra dashes of worcestershire. ***the only thing I think that may need to be changed on the actual recipe itself was to include the bread/breadcrumbs and the swiss/mozzarella on the actual list of ingredients. I just skimmed the list of ingredients while making my grocery list and, since it didn't list the bread or cheese, failed to grab any while at the store (though, thankfully I had some in the house).

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Parrot Head Mama October 17, 2004

This was a fast and easy soup to make not to mention very delicious. I did'nt have beef broth on hand, so I used Better than Bullion beef base and it was wonderful. Thanks for the wonderful recepie!

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jody notarianni March 27, 2004

Awesome! Awesome! AWESOME!

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karen in tbay December 31, 2003

This was pretty good soup ! I thought it could have used a splah of white wine maybe ? It just needed something to deepen the flavor . We enjoyed it and I will make this again !

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Theresa P October 04, 2003

Absolutely WONDERFUL!! It tastes just like a great restaurant quality soup! Lots of depth- I highly recommmend you try it!

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Julie Pravitz September 18, 2003
My French Onion Soup