23 years ago hubby and i were honeymooning in gatlinburg, tenessee and ate at a restaurant called the brass lantern. we had trout and a vegetable soup that was
this is a recipe i've been searching for for a long time. on my trips to southern california, i would always stop in a restaurant named keefer's inn in king city, california. unfortunately, the restaurant changed hands and this soup served there wasn't th
a romany gypsy recipe for a cheap and filling sausage and potatoes soup from paula stanford. paula stanford married into a large romany gypsy family 12 years ago. although they no longer follow the travelling life the family still spends most of the time
adapted from susan #2's 'lynn's famous gazpacho' for the magic bullet blender.
this recipe is based on another recipe i found on the internet. i made a few changes and added my own touches. it does take a long time, but it produces the richest flavor possible! i made a double batch of this last night and had 12 people over for dinne
another nice soup i am looking forward to trying from the somersizing website. looks great. for anyone that isn't familiar with somersizing, you need to eat the right combination of healthy fats, protiens, carbs, etc. it's all about balance. ;) suzann
this delightful recipe is from restaurant al-fassia in marrakesh, morocco and is one of the vegetarian dishes featured on the menu.
a nicely spiced red lentil soup by nz tv "chef" huey
this is a really great cheese soup, the carrots are perfect with the cheese. my step-mother makes this for a crowd and there is never any leftovers! use a can of chicken broth or make your own stock. works great with turkey stock after thanksgiving too. y
wonderful comfort food from rozanne gold, a favorite cookbook author. this is a creamless creamed soup and it's delicious. it's made thick with potatoes and rich with butter. the color of this soup is stunning.
i stole (and adapted) this recipe from applesforhealth.com, because they have stolen dozens of recipes from me and hundreds of recipes from recipezaar! the original source of the recipe is the art of cooking for the diabetic. low sodium and low cholestero
when winter howls outside there is nothing more soothing than a bowl or cup of thick soup. the orange juice and spices in this recipe lend it the slightest tang and piquancy without interfering with the wholesome veggie taste. this is my own recipe, but t
mulate's restaurant in new, orleans takes a novel approach with jambalaya, utilizing catfish as the main ingredient. the recipe is quite easy. try this out for your next mardi gras party, and you will surely get praise for being unique and creative. th
wonderful with cornbread.
this year (2006), i have resolved to take better care of my diabetes. well, actually it was more of an order from my doctor. he told me either to straighten up or find a new doctor. big wake up call! for me because i love todd to death. he made it pos
this easy to make soup is very close to the vegetable beef barley soup they serve at denny's.
tastes like mom's homemade!
make this the day before you need it and re-heat right before serving time. thanks to susan branch ("autumn") for this wonderful recipe. on the day of serving, prepare your "serving bowl" by baking a hollowed out pumpkin (remove seeds & stringy gunk,
we've eaten this hot and cold and like it both ways. it really is a creamy soup; however, the potatoes add the creaminess, not cream. so you can feel pretty virtuous eating this. you may substitute broccoli or broccoflower the the cauliflower for varie
this is another of the dishes i've been brought up on. a warming, comforting dish, very nutritious and, without the dumplings, low in fat. the vegetables can be substituted, there are no hard and fast laws, after all, my nana makes it with whatever she ha
my mom wanted to try this diet, and made a huge pot of this soup, and she didn't like it. i think it is wonderful!! although i am not on the "cabbage soup diet", i make this soup often, and i love it!! this recipe makes a big pot of soup. it also freezes
thickened with a mix of cooked oats and vegies, this soup has all the flavor of the original with a fraction of the fat stuff. low in cholestorol too!
surin, a thai restaurant with 3 locations in alabama, makes this really really good coconut soup. i found a recipe on yahoo! answers in response to someone's inquiry about the soup. give it a whirl!
back when i was "beachin'" this was probably one of my favorite recipes. very easy to make and such a nice change from a piece of meat and veggies. this is phase 1 appropriate, and tastes very good topped with shredded 2% cheddar, a dollop of plain yogurt
zuppa con orzo, parmigiano e porri. from the barilla website.
i got this recipe from the back of the book "an irish country doctor" kinky really reminds me of my grandmother
this recipe came from restaurant once in business in california's inland empire. they would share the recipe along as posted it in a cookbook that helped raise money for battered women. the recipe is tasty and has been used in our family for many years.
wonderful and warm for cold nights! i usually start this the night before by completing step one, and placing the chicken and broth in the refrigerator in separate containers. the next evening the finishing touches are quick and the result is delicious!
yet another variation on a theme - adapted from australian table magazine
this soup came out delicious! i served it to my husband and some guests and they declared it restaurant quality. it's especially good with some savory crunchy croûtons in it.
in 'the french slow cooker' by michele scicolone
this is my family recipe for adess. i often cook it in the pressure cooker as it saves a lot of time! this recipe freezes well & is simple to make.
taking its name from the word for the meatballs that float in its rich broth, this great one-dish meal is arguably the national soup of mexico. make a big pot for a casual party, keeping it warm on the stove top. adding the cilantro pesto to each serving
an original recipe created by chef scott meskan, george's at the cove. we enjoyed this when we visited this restaurant in la jolla, california. this recipe is requested so often, they have it printed and ready at the hostess stand. it's unbeatable at the
this is simply delicious and smells so good. i've changed the original recipe enough to make this one my own by now. i'm not always able to find fish stock so i use vegetable stock. i add a lot of old bay for extra seasoning but that's because i think old
my favorite fish to use in this is red snapper. but any firm fish will work. smells and tastes yummy.
this is rachael ray's recipe. it is a traditional thick italian soup with delicious flavor.
this recipe comes from a wonderful little community called homestead heritage outside of waco, tx. this spicy, creamy, smoky soup is a favorite of everyone who tries it and i'm pleased to say that they share their recipes! i entered this soup into our chu
i ate a cabbage soup at a restaurant that was so delicious, i had to seek out the recipe. i was so happy when i found a version of this recipe in one of my older cookbooks. i changed some ingredients to match the taste of what i ate at the restuarant and
this warming soup brings the summery flavor of basil to mid-autumn meals. russian “kletsky” (pronounced as “klet-skee”) is a word used to name the dish known also in ukrainian and belarusian cuisines as “galushky”, in italian cuisine as gnocchi, in czech
this is sooo great! i got it from the website soupchick.com and it is a winner. the tomatoes are roasted and the blue cheese is melted into the soup so every bite you get a bit of the tang. crispy bacon on top completes the perfect soup!!
this food is a staple in my house. you cant go wrong. its fast, incredibly easy, and healthy too. serve with toasted pita.
from hungry girl: "we're calling this soup "peachy-keen," but the recipe can be made with any fruity salsa. we're sure you'll agree that pineappley-keen doesn't have quite the same ring to it..." per serving (1/8th of recipe, about 1 cup): 151 calories,
trying several corn chowders, i decided to try to come up with one with a little more pazazz. atfer many errors, i developed this hearty corn chowder. i use jimmy dean or williams brands of hot sausage to spice this soup up a bit. my husband, who's not m
a good soup from the foodcourt column by anjali vellody of the weekend magazine(dated:01/02/04).
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