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    Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    Mine is Habitant Pea Soup with Smoked Ham. It's made with white pea beans. It's been my favourite soup since I was a kid, and it's the best 'warm-me-up' food on a cold winter's night when the wind is howling through the trees and the snow is falling sideways.

    Apparently, as I've been told, it's not available outside Canada.


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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    I'm not a very big fan of stew or soup in general, but I've always been a fan of chicken noodle soup. Come to think of it, I wouldn't mind making some now that the temperature has finally dropped here. I think I will make some tomorrow . Thanks.


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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    My mum used to make a great carrot soup, and a vegetarian friend of hers made a wonderful Celeriac soup.
    Nothing better in the winter.
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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    In winter, a good chili.

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    I like corn soup with egg (made frm chicken stock)
    O how..can I forget asparagus soup, yum

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    Monday night, I made a cornbread soup, and it is one of the best recipes I have ever created.

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    Any of these...




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    Chicken noodle or Tomato with crackers.

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    I like minestrone or cream of mushroom with, like...half a package of high-sodium crackers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard-up1 View Post
    Monday night, I made a cornbread soup, and it is one of the best recipes I have ever created.
    for me?

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    Joswan that looks fucking delicious

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    ^
    In US, the soup is abundance.^^ Idk in other part of the world

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    My honey makes a awesome Spiltpea w/smoked ham hocks and white bean that is to die for.....

    But my fave--is his Chicken Enchilada soup..it is out of this world and I always ask him to make it..
    You cant change the way the wind blow's, but you can change the angle of your sail to take you somewhere else!!

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    Hmmm....I like the Lentil Soup from the nice European Ladies at the Alameda Antique Faire...

    ...or Sweet Tomatoes' Cream of Asparagus but I haven't seen it there for awhile...the Irish Potato Leek there is good too...

    ....The Cream of Garlic Soup at another restaurant I love is yummy and at yet another the Lobster Bisque is my favorite.

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    Love a big bowl of steaming hot soup on a cold winter's night! Minestrone is probably my favourite, followed closely by pea & ham. We also make this tomato & orange soup a lot and love it! The flavours go really well together ....

    Tomato-Orange Soup

    2 x 420g cans of chopped tomato
    two-thirds of a cup freshly squeezed orange juice
    finely grated rind (zest) of one orange
    1 large onion, roughly chopped
    1 large carrot, peeled and roughly chopped
    2 stalks celery, roughly chopped.
    2 tablespns (approx) butter or margarine
    3 tablespns extra butter or margarine
    4 level tablespns plain flour
    4 cups chicken stock (I use Campbell's)
    good pinch cayenne pepper
    salt to taste

    Melt 2 tablespns butter in a big pot over medium heat. Add onion, carrot, celery & stir-fry for a few minutes. Stir in canned tomatoes (undrained) and stock. Bring to boil, stirring, then turn heat right down, put lid on and allow to simmer gently for about 30 minutes. Blend stock & vegetables in blender till smooth. I usually pour the mixture through a sieve after I've blended it, to separate out any gritty bits left behind (tomato seeds etc). Set mixture aside. In the same pot, melt the extra butter, stir in the flour and mix well together over very low heat till you get a smooth 'roux'. Then (very gradually and thoroughly) stir in the blended soup mixture, orange juice, orange rind (zest) and cayenne pepper ... keep stirring till everything is smooth & thoroughly incorporated. Have a taste & add a little salt if you like. Turn heat up to medium and continue stirring till soup reaches boiling point and thickens. Enjoy! Absolutely delicious with a little chopped parsley sprinkled on top of each serve and accompanied with yummy toasted garlic bread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozguy View Post
    Love a big bowl of steaming hot soup on a cold winter's night! Minestrone is probably my favourite, followed closely by pea & ham. We also make this tomato & orange soup a lot and love it! The flavours go really well together ....

    Tomato-Orange Soup

    2 x 420g cans of chopped tomato
    two-thirds of a cup freshly squeezed orange juice
    finely grated rind (zest) of one orange
    1 large onion, roughly chopped
    1 large carrot, peeled and roughly chopped
    2 stalks celery, roughly chopped.
    2 tablespns (approx) butter or margarine
    3 tablespns extra butter or margarine
    4 level tablespns plain flour
    4 cups chicken stock (I use Campbell's)
    good pinch cayenne pepper
    salt to taste

    Melt 2 tablespns butter in a big pot over medium heat. Add onion, carrot, celery & stir-fry for a few minutes. Stir in canned tomatoes (undrained) and stock. Bring to boil, stirring, then turn heat right down, put lid on and allow to simmer gently for about 30 minutes. Blend stock & vegetables in blender till smooth. I usually pour the mixture through a sieve after I've blended it, to separate out any gritty bits left behind (tomato seeds etc). Set mixture aside. In the same pot, melt the extra butter, stir in the flour and mix well together over very low heat till you get a smooth 'roux'. Then (very gradually and thoroughly) stir in the blended soup mixture, orange juice, orange rind (zest) and cayenne pepper ... keep stirring till everything is smooth & thoroughly incorporated. Have a taste & add a little salt if you like. Turn heat up to medium and continue stirring till soup reaches boiling point and thickens. Enjoy! Absolutely delicious with a little chopped parsley sprinkled on top of each serve and accompanied with yummy toasted garlic bread.
    Hmm...sounds good. I think I'll try that. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AWP82 View Post
    Hmm...sounds good. I think I'll try that. Thanks.
    Let me know what you think of it ... we love it!
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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    Korean spicy soup set with chicken meat. The best soup to have during the monsoon. Might get it later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozguy View Post
    Tomato-Orange Soup

    2 x 420g cans of chopped tomato
    two-thirds of a cup freshly squeezed orange juice
    finely grated rind (zest) of one orange
    1 large onion, roughly chopped
    1 large carrot, peeled and roughly chopped
    2 stalks celery, roughly chopped.
    2 tablespns (approx) butter or margarine
    3 tablespns extra butter or margarine
    4 level tablespns plain flour
    4 cups chicken stock (I use Campbell's)
    good pinch cayenne pepper
    salt to taste

    Melt 2 tablespns butter in a big pot over medium heat. Add onion, carrot, celery & stir-fry for a few minutes. Stir in canned tomatoes (undrained) and stock. Bring to boil, stirring, then turn heat right down, put lid on and allow to simmer gently for about 30 minutes. Blend stock & vegetables in blender till smooth. I usually pour the mixture through a sieve after I've blended it, to separate out any gritty bits left behind (tomato seeds etc). Set mixture aside. In the same pot, melt the extra butter, stir in the flour and mix well together over very low heat till you get a smooth 'roux'. Then (very gradually and thoroughly) stir in the blended soup mixture, orange juice, orange rind (zest) and cayenne pepper ... keep stirring till everything is smooth & thoroughly incorporated. Have a taste & add a little salt if you like. Turn heat up to medium and continue stirring till soup reaches boiling point and thickens. Enjoy! Absolutely delicious with a little chopped parsley sprinkled on top of each serve and accompanied with yummy toasted garlic bread.
    A couple of dried bay leaves added to, and simmered with, the stock mix, also adds a tasty extra 'kick'. They can be left in and blended up with the rest of the mixture. If you don't know what bay leaves are - or can't get them in your part of the world - doesn't matter!
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    Minnestrone or Vegetable soup, love them both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozguy View Post
    A couple of dried bay leaves added to, and simmered with, the stock mix, also adds a tasty extra 'kick'. They can be left in and blended up with the rest of the mixture. If you don't know what bay leaves are - or can't get them in your part of the world - doesn't matter!
    Two bay leaves...got it. Thanks.

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    clam chowder. had that yesterday for lunch with some biscuits.
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    Soondubu Jjigea

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    ^ Hmm, I like that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram View Post
    ^ Hmm, I like that too.
    Only soup I ever make really.

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    Only soup I ever make really.
    Isn't it difficult to make? I will buy from the local store. It's Korean crack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram View Post
    Isn't it difficult to make? I will buy from the local store. It's Korean crack.
    No it's easy for me, just a lot of chopping. Also like making seaweed soup.

    My mom always made these as a kid and taught me how.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    No it's easy for me, just a lot of chopping. Also like making seaweed soup.

    My mom always made these as a kid and taught me how.
    I am going to start making my own Korean food. Looking for easy meals to start of with. I think I will start with Soondubu Jjigea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram View Post
    I am going to start making my own Korean food. Looking for easy meals to start of with. I think I will start with Soondubu Jjigea.
    Yeah, that's a good one, good luck.

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    I love very many soups--Corn Chowder, Clam Chowder, and various Bean soups, in particular.

    But probably my favorite is Chicken Bone Soup, a recipe I found quite by accident.

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    I like Portuguese Kale Soup made with lots of chourišo!

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    I make chicken corn chowder that's like heaven in a bowl. I haven't made it in a long time, though. I'll have to get the stuff to do so soon.

    This past weekend I attempted to make wedding soup but forgot to buy spinach so it was pretty much just chicken soup with meatballs. Not bad, though.
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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

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    Any I make:

    Preferably with leaks and beans in it.... but sometimes I make them without either.

    There just tends to be too much salt and not enough flavor in other soups.
    Though I do like to take the middle man(Me) out of the equation and order almost one of every soup from the Chinese Eatery down the block.


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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    Onion soup with melted cheese :

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    ^ oh yeah

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    OMG I LOVE PHO! And most soups.

    The one that I really miss is French Onion.
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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    Butternut squash and lima beans. Just something I threw together one night and it turned out so good I keep making it!

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    Wonton soup. I can do an okay imitation.

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    Pasta e fagioli, but actually just about any Italian bean soup. Besides its other many virtues, one of the best things about Rome is that at some restaurants a different bean soup is served each day.

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    Just about any bean soup, but especially the USSenate version of navy bean soup.

    But french onion will certainly do.
    Last edited by palbert; December 13th, 2012 at 09:26 AM.

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    Quote Originally Posted by racer2438 View Post
    My honey makes a awesome Spiltpea w/smoked ham hocks and white bean that is to die for.....

    But my fave--is his Chicken Enchilada soup..it is out of this world and I always ask him to make it..
    Apparently we are married cause these are my favorites as well... I also make a mean chicken noodle and an equally mean beef vegetable soup...

    Soup is the perfect food.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by palbert View Post
    Just about any bean soup, but especially the USSenate version of navy bean soup.

    But french onion will certainly do.
    Along with ample Beano supplies...

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    Re: Your favourite 'warm me up and fill my belly' soup

    My home made pea soup or chili.......in fact I'm polishing off a pot of chili tonight for supper

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