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    Original recipe from a former colleague. This is so good with either left over chicken or or turkey or with meat purchased especially for the recipe. I added a specific amount of pepper and a pinch of dried tarragon. A good soup for kids to make and enjoy!

    Recipe #351749

    A very hearty (and optionally spicy) tomato based vegetable soup. Originally received as a typed handout at a WW meeting - no trace of its source. The only change I made to it was to add pearl or pot barley. A big pot of this soup sits in my fridge when I feel the need to lose a few pounds. It is filling and virtually guilt free eating. Eat as much as you want! All vegetables and quantities are optional and any non-starchy veg would work. Tastes better when reheated.

    Recipe #397483

    Original recipe from England but have "tweeked" the ingredients a bit. Tasty old fashioned goodness. Great for lunch on a cold winter day or serve larger portion with crusty bread for supper. JC says it is stick to your ribs good! It is essential to use good quality split peas. This soup freezes very well.

    Recipe #351748

    The "cream" comes from evaporated milk and blending the soup. Onion and garlic amounts can be varied to taste. Carrot may be added for colour. 1/4 cup of CheezWhiz or 2 oz grated tangy cheddar are also optional. Delicious, and so easy. Freezes well.

    Recipe #356429

    Tender, tasty pork chops in a creamy vegetable sauce. I paired it with Carol Bullock's Greek Potatoes (Recipe #8926) and it was a big hit. Also served green beans and sliced carrots. I omitted the salt from the chops as there was enough in the (low sodium) soup for our tastes.

    Recipe #352303

    A creamy, very chunky, satisfying chowder. This soup is made in the slow cooker, but no reason why you couldn't cook it stove top following the same sequence. The recipe calls for just clams and juice, but I also toss in 3-4 ounces of fish and/or seafood if it is available...you might have to add a bit of extra liquid if it is too thick. I also use cut up turkey bacon instead of pork bacon for even lower fat. Freezes well.

    Recipe #454086


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