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    This is the recipe I always use. Sort of. I just made this soup up out of my head one time, and my family asks for it over and over, so I have pretty much committed it to memory. But I mentioned it on my blog, and decided it would be a good idea to write down the recipe for posterity. LOL -------- I usually make it about the same, but depending on what I have on hand, or might feel like mixing things up, it will be slightly different every time. Feel free to add, subtract, or alter it to your own personal tastes! -------- I usually use frozen egg noodles, but today, I made them from scratch, using this recipe. http://www.recipezaar.com/Delicious-Homemade-Egg-Noodles-95311 -------- I also used my own homemade chicken stock that I made from a roasted chicken a few days ago! I did this by taking the leftover carcass, and simmering it in a large pot of water, with some onion, carrots, celery, salt and pepper for several hours. After it cooled down, I strained out the chicken bits and veggies, and stored the stock in the fridge. When I was ready to use it, I was able to skim the hardened fat off the top and throw it away. I ended up with about 4 cups of stock! -------- I hope you enjoy this soup as much as my family! The serving amount below is approximate. It would usually feed my family of 5, with little leftover, but they go crazy when I make it! LOL Also, prep and cook time do NOT include the time it took to make homemade stock and noodles.

    Recipe #353434

    I've been eating creamed tomatoes over biscuits or cornbread my entire life. It's so yummy! For those who've never had it, it tastes similar to creamy tomato soup, but it's thicker. I grew up in rural West Virginia, and everyone always called it creamed tomatoes, but a few years ago, I found out that some people call it tomato gravy. Either way, it's the same thing. My hubby also likes to pour it over his fried or mashed potatoes! I hope you enjoy it. It's always been one of those down home comfort foods for me! Serve with homemade biscuits. Here's a link to a really good recipe! https://www.recipezaar.com/26110

    Recipe #321752

    My mother-in-law gave me this recipe. We absolutely love it! I cook it for several hours in the crock pot, and I usually double or even triple it, because my family loves having the leftovers!

    Recipe #157277


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