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Re: What are some of your favorite soups 2018/03/07 09:30:01 (permalink)
Mushrooms in my house growing up
meant open one of those little cans of pieces and stems. Never Soup, except used in casseroles.
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Re: What are some of your favorite soups 2018/03/17 09:57:06 (permalink)
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Mushrooms in my house growing up
meant open one of those little cans of pieces and stems. Never Soup, except used in casseroles.

When I was a kid I used to make a snack of the small cans of B in B (Broiled In Butter) mushrooms. I remember just plopping them in a pan with a bit of butter to heat up and eating them by themselves. For a canned mushroom, they weren't bad at all.
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Re: What are some of your favorite soups 2018/03/17 22:34:26 (permalink)
Tortilla soup became one of my favorites the last few years so I studied many recipes and finally got it where I want it.  We also make a Cajun corn soup(with shrimp) that the recipe has been passed down that is great.
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Re: What are some of your favorite soups 2018/03/18 01:44:41 (permalink)
I love all of the Thai soups I've had as long as cilantro isn't sprinkled into it.
 
Tan Tan Mein is my favorite soup for the last few years.  I could eat it every day. 
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2018/05/15 08:15:17 (permalink)
spinach cream soup is probably the favorite one, though I messed it several times before I managed to cook the tasty one 

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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2018/05/18 14:14:59 (permalink)
Avgolemono (Lemon/egg soup) soup made by my Greek grandmother and mother. It was sheer heaven. No matter how many times I try, it never tastes as good as theirs.  Everyone loves mine, but theirs was the absolute best. 

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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2018/05/18 14:42:11 (permalink)
Oh and one more. My husband's favorite soup I make (after split pea which is his absolute favorite but I only make that when I make a ham which is not that often) and that is beef barley. I make it often in the winter. 
 


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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2018/05/18 15:02:37 (permalink)
Beef Barley. YES!!!
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2018/05/18 18:44:20 (permalink)
Love beef barley!!
 
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2018/05/19 23:14:13 (permalink)
I had a chicken tortilla soup at a local Mexican restaurant yesterday that was great. I will return for more in a couple days.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2018/09/25 09:26:39 (permalink)
Thank You for this blog, I cam to know many forms of soups can one have. But my fav is mushroom soup.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2018/10/01 01:24:58 (permalink)
For years I bragged that I never ordered soup in a restaurant because I made such good ones at home.  But with limitations imposed by advancing age, I no longer cook that much and making soup usually means making enough for one meal from whatever is on hand.
 
So I started ordering out and found out I'd been missing a lot!
 
Ramen and Pho are two favorite categories and I can't wait for cooler weather here so it makes sense to order a big bowl.  I have used ramen packets for years; there's some really good one's out there beyond the usual varieties you find at the average supermarket, but only started getting into the local ramen shops last fall.  I'm still determining my preferences but I know I prefer the Shoyu based varieties.
 
Houston has a reputation as having the best pho in the US; there are probably more than a hundred pho shops.  I've settled on a rather simple bowl of Pho Tai - with beef which can range from veal to prime rib eye.  A local shop has stunted a couple of times in conjunction with a local pitmaster to offer smoked brisket pho.  I haven't had a chance to sample that yet.
 
I've always liked gumbo (and was ordering it out even as I was bragging about never ordering soup at a restaurant).  I wouldn't be surprised if pho and gumbo are the two most ordered soups in Houston restaurants.
 
Navy Bean Soup is one of the greatest dishes ever concocted and I recently re-discovered split pea soup with ham.  Another recent rediscovery is Wonton soup.  A small Chinese restaurant near me, run by two women who are either sisters or mother/daughter, serves an awesome bowl of wonton and I try to never be without Trader Joe's frozen wonton soup entree in the freezer.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2018/10/01 02:53:13 (permalink)
I like Indian Lentil soup very much. Very tasty soup it is. It is also called dal soup.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2018/10/01 04:33:49 (permalink)
Dutch pea soup is one of my favourite soup.  Although all Soups are very healthy.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2018/10/01 11:18:22 (permalink)
I don't think this soup has a name.  I had some leftover pot roast in the freezer and decided to add barley to make a beef barley soup. I was inspired by the post above.  I put the veggies in the food processor and made them disappear into the broth. I had some fingerling potatoes, mushrooms and a can of lentils that I wanted to use up.   So I threw them into the soup too.  I didn't have any onions so I put some dried onion into the soup.  It was a mess of different things but it tasted great! We had some for dinner but it was even better this morning for breakfast.  
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2018/10/01 11:30:13 (permalink)
I've always enjoyed soups. I've very seldom made or experienced a really GREAT one but it's wonderful that they are so versatile. So often I 'wing it' and wind up with what I call a 'concoction' more than anything but the important thing for me is that it tastes good and it generally does. I get many ideas for soups, stews, chilis from both the Budget Bytes and Kitchen Riffs Blogs.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2018/10/05 09:25:55 (permalink)
My all-time favorite soup is chicken soup with extra added chili. And also add some spinach leaf to it.
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