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    This is a very versatile seafood soup/stew. It’s very easy to make it personal and change up a bit. My aunt, my Mom, and I all make it just slightly different but it’s always delicious. It’s also pretty good for you when you consider it’s not fried and there are really no fats in it. Different ways of serving it are either over spaghetti (my fave) or with chunky Italian bread and corn on the cob on the side.

    Recipe #391304

    My mother in law makes this soup all the time - its delicious and healthy (but hearty :) Its a great starter soup and way to get your veggies.

    Recipe #277789

    I used to buy this by the gallon when I lived in Texas. The person who made it felt pity on me when I said I was leaving for Scotland and shared it with me. It's so delicious!

    Recipe #273559

    I made this the first time when I hosted Thanksgiving at my home for my family (deviating from the "ordinary" cranberry sauce.) Since then I've been asked to make this relish for Christmas, Easter, and any other holiday that involves a Turkey. Yummy, yummy. It is easy to make and one of those great recipes that you can make well in advance to take some stress from the day.

    Recipe #268725


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