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The Soup Topic (2013–)

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Made this for lunch today:

Started last night: Re-hydrated tofu sticks and dried oysters, a vacuum sealed package of gingko nuts,  ginger slices, orange peel, and dried salty turnip in por5k neck bone stock.

 

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It was cold yesterday, with what my eldest refers to as "crunchy rain" falling, and I had no desire nor compelling need to get out, so I dove into the freezer and pantry for the makings of soup. Came out with chicken, a can of black beans, and a couple of sweet potatoes.

 

Sauteed an onion in the IP. Poached the chicken in with it, and while it was cooking, peeled and diced the sweet potatoes and opened, drained and rinsed the black beans. Took the chicken out, dumped the sweet potatoes in the stock, and cooked them. Shredded the chicken breasts, then added them and the black beans in and seasoned liberally with salt, pepper and smoked paprika.

 

It wasn't bad, but a little bland. Next time I would sub chili powder and add a bit of cumin.

 

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I love soup!  I'm craving the Italian Sausage, Potato and Kale soup that is just about my all-time favorite.

 

Recipe here.


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I would be hard pressed to name a favorite soup. I love tomato bisque, and can several pints of it every summer. (Heat, add cream, and you're ready to go!). I love vegetable beef, which is what first comes to my mind when you say "soup" because it was the soup we had when I was a kid. I love Brunswick stew. Every winter I have to make at least two pots of white bean and Italian sausage soup. I love French onion soup. I made a carrot and sweet potato soup with sorghum recently that was pretty good. I love potato soup, and corn-and-seafood chowder. I love miso soup, and pho. 

 

I'm not sure I've ever had a soup I don't like. 

 

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On ‎1‎/‎4‎/‎2019 at 9:11 AM, shain said:

Lentil soup.


That brings back a fun memory from my childhood. There was a place near where we lived at that time called Jim's Burritos that had a 3 lb. burrito. Me and my brother each attempted one despite having zero chance of succeeding. After stuffing burrito down our throats until we were bordering on sending it all back up, we accepted our defeat and had our leftovers packed to go. Mom made lentil soup for supper that night which, in typical teenage boy fashion, we also inhaled until we could eat no more. The noisy, fragrant evening, night and next day that followed the mingling of those two food items was awe-inspiring. It was bad enough that our parents threw the burrito leftovers away during the night while we were sleeping so we wouldn't eat any more. The legend of Jim's burritos and lentil soup still gets a rolling of the eyes followed by laughter from my siblings and parents to this day.

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35 minutes ago, kayb said:

 

 

I'm not sure I've ever had a soup I don't like. 

 

 

I love soup too.  The only thing I don’t like is any that has barley in it, although it's not necessarily a deal breaker; I just don’t like the texture of it.

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I had a really tasty cream of cauliflower soup at a restaurant last night which I am going to try to recreate. It was made with chicken stock, pureed cooked cauliflower, had some small cauliflower bits (like cauliflower “rice”), milk/cream, and garnished with deeply browned fried potato bits. 

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28 minutes ago, liamsaunt said:

black bean soup to take for work lunches this week

 

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Can I just say how much I love that bowl!

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1 hour ago, Kerry Beal said:

Can I just say how much I love that bowl!

Me too!

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My nephew stole all of my black bean soup 😞  His argument was that he is a starving college student and black bean soup is one of his favorite foods.  OK then.  Work lunch soup part two: this one is a spiced sweet potato and tomato soup.  The recipe was in my local newspaper's Sunday magazine.  After tasting it, I added a big spoonful of peanut butter, which improved the flavor a lot.  

 

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9 hours ago, Kerry Beal said:

 

 

 

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shain's recipe for mulligatawny  caught my attention a couple weeks ago so I finally got around to making it. I decided there was no harm in taking a couple small liberties so, in addition to his suggested cilantro, I served it with some basmati rice and a dollop of chili lime pickle.  Not sure if that's blasphemy or not but it was tasty. 

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I just finished a goodly portion of my Mom's Dill Pickle Soup, a staple from our farm days.  It's creamed with a Sour Cream/flour mix and is so good and so comforting to me.  She uses a pork broth base (uses country style ribs).

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2 hours ago, lemniscate said:

I just finished a goodly portion of my Mom's Dill Pickle Soup, a staple from our farm days.  It's creamed with a Sour Cream/flour mix and is so good and so comforting to me.  She uses a pork broth base (uses country style ribs).

 

Please tell more about this. I'm a big fan of dill pickles, and might want to try this soup!

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26 minutes ago, Smithy said:

 

Please tell more about this. I'm a big fan of dill pickles, and might want to try this soup!

It's a soup consisting of pork broth, cooked until the meat is very soft.  Grated potatoes, carrots and pickles are added.  I'd say Mom's standard ratio is 6-8 cups of meat broth, 3-4 cups of grated potatoes, 1-2 cups grated carrots and 5-6 grated dill pickles (Vlasic is the usual choice) with juice reserved.   The vegetables are added and cooked until just tender.  Mom puts a good dollop of sour cream (3-4 tablespoons) and about half that amount flour in a mason jar with some water and shakes it to combine.  Then pours the mixture through a fine sieve into the soup to avoid lumps.  Cook until thickened.  The pickle juice can be added to boost the tanginess of the soup if desired.  This soup has a thick, chowder-like consistency.   All this cooking is done by feel, so the amounts are my best guess since it was my job to grate all the vegetables.   There are several recipes on the internet searches, most use chicken broth, some cube the veggies, some use an egg as part of the thickening....


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