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YUM YUM YUM. This was SO good. I made as recipe but added 1/2 a teaspoon of brown sugar to bring up the flavour. I used lamb chops for the lamb bit, diced the meat but put the bones in while cooking. I mashed it all at the end with a potato masher because I like that consistancy. I will definitely make this again, might add some celery as well. Thank you so much for this delicious recipe :-)

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Caro NZ December 24, 2009

Interesting! I will use young lamb next time, the mutton was to strong for us ( guess we are not used to it ). The Madeira is a must! Thanks for posting!

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Chef Shadows September 25, 2009

*************** I 'm tripling the stars for this one, FT! Truly a delight for a snowy and cold day Sunday lunch. Hearty and full of flavor (I used 1 bay leaf and some herbs provencale :) ) --simmered stove top in a cast iron pot for 2 hours-as indicated. I think Queen Victoria was smiling as I ate each spoonful with an exclamation of MMMMM. This will be my "GO-TO hearty beef soup now! Made for Aussie Swap#35.

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Caroline Cooks December 06, 2009
Queen Victoria's Brown Windsor Soup