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#1001 Thu 13 Oct 11 2:40pm

SonomaEddie

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From Northern California
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Re: Soup's on!!

MMmmm love it!

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#1002 Thu 13 Oct 11 9:24pm

SusanneH

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Re: Soup's on!!

My mouth is watering too.....

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#1003 Mon 17 Oct 11 9:09am

hippytea

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From Scotland
Member since Mon 12 Sep 11

Re: Soup's on!!

I've never made an onion soup I'm happy with. But then I don't really know what it's supposed to taste like, so maybe I just don't like onion soup!

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#1004 Wed 26 Oct 11 10:36pm

MarielH

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From Scotland
Member since Sun 14 Dec 08

Re: Soup's on!!

hippytea wrote:

MarielH - thanks for the welcome! Yes it's a good old Scottish lentil soup. I always feel it's the forgotten Scottish soup - everyone talks about Scotch Broth and Cock-a-Leekie and even Cullen Skink, but when did you last see a recipe for plain old Lentil Soup? But it's one of the best. The biggest mistake people make is to make it too thin, I think. It should be thick and rib-sticking! That or they don't cook it long enough and you can still see the lentils. I like it cooked til it's completely smooth.

If you want to make an easy cheat pea-and-ham soup, you can make lentil soup based on a strong ham broth, take the meat out, then add a handful of frozen peas at the very end, liquidise the whole shebang, and put the meat back in (or if you're using ham stock cubes, add

Oh Hipytea - so freaky - I've mad two pots of soup this week - one is  a lovely thick lentil and the other pea and ham made with ham hough and frozen peas - now trying to stock freezer up with soups as like soups for lunchtime over winter.



some crispy fried bacon bits). It tastes way better than the kind made with dried peas, and it's a beautiful colour!

smile  smile  smile

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#1005 Wed 26 Oct 11 11:05pm

@MyLunchTweet

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Re: Soup's on!!

The best Mushroom Soup recipe? @MyLunchTweet

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#1006 Mon 21 Nov 11 6:50am

ainsliejones

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Member since Sat 19 Nov 11

Re: Soup's on!!

tomato soups , i love it .

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#1007 Thu 24 Nov 11 5:10am

jennykyn

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Re: Soup's on!!

hy guy's


i have visited a site where we can have some tip's on cooking great tasting foods   big_smile

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#1008 Thu 24 Nov 11 5:13am

jennykyn

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Re: Soup's on!!

hope to see more

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#1009 Sun 01 Jan 12 5:50pm

@nGoose1

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Member since Wed 28 Oct 09

Re: Soup's on!!

Salsify and Roast Garlic, from the Sugar and Spice book. Probably on the Eat Like a Girl Website.
Both Niamh Shields.

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#1010 Sun 01 Jan 12 10:18pm

frizz1974

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Occupation Mother of 2 working more than full time
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Re: Soup's on!!

Need to deal with the ham bone.. think I will make a soup base & freeze that...

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