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Hearty Ham and Bean Soup

Updated on February 1, 2010

I love to cook and learned from two of the best cooks I know, My grandma and my mother. My grandma could make a feast out of anything. I eventually picked up on her habit on never measuring anything and to this day I still don't. I do it all by eye. So far, like my grandma I have never had any complaints.

I'll try to give you a general ingredient amount in making my soups so you will have a place to start. Soups have become my specialty. I love to make them and comming up with different recipes. They are very versatile and will hit the spot all year long. Truthfully it's hard to mess up a soup but it does take a bit of know how in blending the right ingredients so here I'd like to share some of my favorite recipes.

Please Check back for more Soup Recipes including:

Potato Chowder - http://hubpages.com/hub/Potato-Chowder-Recipe

Grandmas' Beef Vegetable - http://hubpages.com/hub/Grandmas-Beef-Vegetable-Soup-Recipe

Quick and Easy Chili - http://hubpages.com/hub/Quick-And-Easy-Chili-Recipe

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Hearty Ham and Bean Soup

This should be started early in the morning.

Fill a large 6 to 8 qt soup pot half full of water

rinse 1 lb bag of navy beans and add to water.

add about 2 medium onions diced

3 or 4 celery stalks diced 3 or 4 carrots grated

4 cups or more of ham cubed and uncooked

Toss in about 1 teaspoon of minced garlic

Cook untill the beans are tender adding water as needed.

Pepper to taste.

The ham usually adds enough salt but add to your taste.

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