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Mine is currently roast red pepper and chilli, i love the kick the chilli gives it.
Sounds tasty indeed - love spicy soup but not too much though!
I've been making a hunter's style soup for years. It's a vegetable soup with at least 4 kinds of meat.
I have also been working on a BTL Bisque that is almost there. Bacon, Leek and roasted Tomato.
My favourite is good old chicken soup. As the old saying goes, what good can it do, what harm can it do?
I love Chinese soups especially homemade ones.
One of my favourites is beef and tomato with beaten egg - mmmmmm indeed!
My Mrs is originally from Ukraine and whenever we go to visit her parents we always have a bowl or three of traditional hot borsch.
It's great all year round but when the temperature is -20degrees outside I seem to enjoy it even more!
It's homemade and most of the ingredients are grown in the garden or sourced from neighbours.
I just made some the other day. Delicious.
For those who don't know: borsch or borscht, is beet soup, usually with onions and shredded cabbage, and of course shredded beets, and beef broth. The beets make it taste nice and sweet. Seasoned to taste too. I add basil..it complements the beets quite nicely.
I love Borscht but incredibly, although my ex was from Russia, she didn't cook so never made it for me in Russian style. I have tasted Borscht many times but the first time I tasted it, that traditional Russian dish was cooked for me by an American in Germany! A real multi-cultural event.
I only ever eat soups to be polite - at a dinner party or something.
I either like something to eat or something to drink, but not a soup ...
I tend to like soups really thick and hearty. Soups that, "Stick to the ribs," is a phrase I remember from childhood. Scotch Broth is therefore the soup that gets my vote.
Chicken noodle can never go wrong, but I really like cream soups - cream of potato, broccoli, cauliflower, mushroom, and asparagus.
This sandwich shoppe I used to go to made some delicious mushroom barley soup that was quite good - don't have a clue to make it though, and I miss it since they were forced out of business due to "progress".
Homemade celery and Stilton soup, made with chicken stock.
My favourite is Leek and Potato.. exciting! lol
Me and my sister always make Pumpkin and Squash soup at halloween and serve the soup in the carved out pumpkin. deeee-licious!
my favorite soup is Leek and Potato- but in the winter I like chicken noodle which is awesome if your feeling a bit low and need a pick me up.
Since my nickname is "Cream Baby", since I love milk and cream products I would have to say my favorite kind of soup is either Cream of Chicken Noodle, or Cream of Tomato, and if I am in a Seafood Mood it is Cream of Crab!!! YumYum!
Hooked on Butternut lately.Leek and Potato is a favorite though.
Dry wild mushrooms and barley with sour cream.
A little low on wild mushrooms though in Toronto...
My grandmother has been making a Romanian classic my whole life... Bean soup, with just a touch of white vinegar.
Best soup ever!
My chicken noodle has been accused of being cambells chicken noodle soup. From the non-foodie this is a compliment. 4 gallons of chicken noodle takes me 1 hour and costs me 16 dollars with 4 lbs of split chicken breast meat, carrots, celery. and onions. Add 3 dollars for pearl onions that are worth the difference. The cool thing is that with the addition of dumplings or a pie crust, you have 2 toatally different dishes. Send me an email request for the recipe.
French Onion Soup-with sourdough bread on top and lots of parmesan cheese. My favorite restaurant which served this was just outside of Colorado Springs.
Lori, if you have any cooking skills and want to prepare an easy french onion with parmesan croutons, let me know. For 20 dollars you can prepare 1 gallon of soup and for an additional 10 dollars 2 1/2 gallons. This does not include the croutons. Feel free to email me.
I'm afraid I'm not willing to spend so much on soup these days, thanks for the offer, however!
Creamy tomato basi is by far my most favorite soup. When I was younger, french onion soup was my #1 choice. But since me and onions no longer get along, I moved onto tomatoes!!!
by Sarah5 years ago
any ideas for fall soups, besides the standard chili, potato, chicken noodle and brocoli?
by Janet R. Chamberlain5 years ago
What is the healthiest / best tasting chicken noodle soup recipe for someone who is sick?I am looking to make chicken noodle soup today. I've had homemade before and it was delicious. I also don't know how they made it....
by Moon Daisy4 years ago
What is your favourite chocolate-related food or drink?We have so much choice! Chocolate bars, chocolate cake, milkshake, ice cream, hot chocolate?
by Randall Pruitt5 years ago
What is everyone's favourite flavor of ice cream? I love chocolate! Do you add special toppings?
by lupine4 years ago
What are your favorite kinds of soup?Now that it's cold weather, a delicious hot soup is so enjoyable. What is your favorite?
by Jonas5 years ago
What's your favorite kind of soup in the winter?
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