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I love chowder - corn, crab, clam 

I love chicken noodle soup 

I love a good tomato 🍅 soup. 

Not to many I don’t like. 

They have to be very good. 

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My absolute favorite is Thai tom yum goong.

 

Huge fan of Yemenite/Mediterranean bean soup.

 

Closer to home, Brunswick Stew (if you consider that a soup), and lobster bisque.

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Chicken wing soup - no veggies but celery allowed.

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Everyday option, I'm with you, mead.....clam chowder with oyster crackers. 

 

Once in awhile option, a huge bowl of pho, all garnished with siracha/sprouts/soy.

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1. French Onion - Every new restaurant I go to,  I try the French Onion if it's an option. 

 

2. Tomato Bisque 

 

3. Ham and Bean

 

Not sure is chili is considered a soup, but it's always under the soup section in menus. If so that's tied with French Onion

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Split Pea

Split Pea w/ham

Lentil

Chicken with Wild Rice 

Italian wedding soup

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Truly a difficult question!  Although I always fall back on a favourite pizza with specific toppings, and a specific burger from ‘The Works’, there are just too damn many good soups out there to name a specific.  Probably can narrow it down to a vegetarian base, with a lentil or bean component.  Keep your foo foo squashes away from my soup!

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Clam Chowder - damn if I say NE

Lentil - my German g/f makes a great lentil soup

Homemade Chicken

Hot and sour

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Chicken noodle is a classic/staple of staying home sick from school :flirt:

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Posted (edited)

Minestrone

Pasta Fagioli

Caldo Verde (Portuguese) — my wife makes it best.

Cream of Turkey

 

 

 

Edited by snafu

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New England clam chowder. It has to be thick. The best canned I’ve had is Campbell’s Chunky.

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I've been making a bobby dazzler of a tomato soup the last few months.

 

Chopped tomatoes

Sun dried tomatoes

Celery

Chillies

Red Onion

Garlic

Paprika

Vegetable Stock

 

Stick it all in the slow cooker for 8 hours. Whizz in a food processor to smooth. Ensures there's enough for  4 lunches at work during the week.

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A good cheddar broccoli 

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5 minutes ago, Teddy KGB said:

She crab 

 

 

 

Bang on there..good anytime of the year.

Avgolemono..(Greek Lemon Soup) also good anytime of the year

 

Beef and Barley in the winter

 

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New England Clam Chowder for winter (I’ll eat around the potatoes)

Minestrone

She Crab

Lobster Bisque

 

A good gazpacho in the summer  (some people try too hard here and ruin it) 

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Split Pea

French Onion

Corn Chowder

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2 hours ago, RaoulDuke79 said:

Not sure is chili is considered a soup, but it's always under the soup section in menus. If so that's tied with French Onion

 

I would respectfully NOT call chili a soup; you are right, it's under the "Soup" on menus, however. 

Also, explain the draw of French Onion soup; I've never had it.

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1 minute ago, Seasons1992 said:

 

I would respectfully NOT call chili a soup; you are right, it's under the "Soup" on menus, however. 

Also, explain the draw of French Onion soup; I've never had it.

It’s all about the cheese....and of course.... the salt. 

 

How could you grow up in These United States of America and NEVER have had French Onion soup? You don’t have to go to France....that’s just what they call it! 

 

Also, I left off Black Bean soup earlier. There’s a Mexican place I go to almost weekly for their black bean soup. 

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2 minutes ago, Augie said:

It’s all about the cheese....and of course.... the salt. 

How could you grow up in These United States of America and NEVER have had French Onion soup? You don’t have to go to France....that’s just what they call it! 

 

I just got done reading how to make it.......I'll need to try that ASAP. It's basically a wet beefy oniony grilled cheese.

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2 minutes ago, Seasons1992 said:

 

I would respectfully NOT call chili a soup; you are right, it's under the "Soup" on menus, however. 

Also, explain the draw of French Onion soup; I've never had it.

For starters it's a hearty dish. I like salt and if it's done properly there's some good flavor to it. Then there are croutons or some type of crusty bread in the soup which take on the flavor and give it some texture. Finally its topped with cheese. The type can vary, but I prefer gruyere. The cheese is then  baked or broiled so that it gets a bit of a char. It all mixes into a delicious concoction. 

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Chili is a soup   is like  saying a Hot dog is a sandwich 

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2 hours ago, PastaJoe said:

New England clam chowder. It has to be thick. The best canned I’ve had is Campbell’s Chunky.

 

NE* Clam Chowder by far.  We should have a separate thread for best places.

 

Every time I have it somewhere new my wife asks me for my rating.

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