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44 minutes ago, ExiledInIllinois said:

Am I advised to sample it?

 

Who's lacing it with the strychnine right before I take a scoop?  

 

 

Jesus Christ dude. Do I have to teach you everything??  You ladle soup not scoop it. 🙄

 

Ok now I’m just ***** with you. 

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Funny there is a topic on this, as Exiled in Illinois and I were discussing this recently.

 

Apparently Gugny's favorite is anything from Thai cuisine, and in particular, he loves Cream of Sumyunggai.

 

 

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29 minutes ago, Nextmanup said:

Funny there is a topic on this, as Exiled in Illinois and I were discussing this recently.

 

Apparently Gugny's favorite is anything from Thai cuisine, and in particular, he loves Cream of Sumyunggai...

 

 

...Sprinkled on top with grated frumunda cheese.  From under what I don't want to know!

 

EDIT: @Gugny (so He gets the notification) LoL...

 

 

 

 

 

I just asked my wife her three favs:

 

#1: Golden Lentil

#2: Cream of mushroom

#3: Tomato bisque

 

Gag my a spoon outside of the golden lentil.  At least she got #1 right!!!

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1 hour ago, Nextmanup said:

Funny there is a topic on this, as Exiled in Illinois and I were discussing this recently.

 

Apparently Gugny's favorite is anything from Thai cuisine, and in particular, he loves Cream of Sumyunggai.

 

 

 

36 minutes ago, ExiledInIllinois said:

...Sprinkled on top with grated frumunda cheese.  From under what I don't want to know!

 

EDIT: @Gugny (so He gets the notification) LoL...

 

 

 

 

 

I just asked my wife her three favs:

 

#1: Golden Lentil

#2: Cream of mushroom

#3: Tomato bisque

 

Gag my a spoon outside of the golden lentil.  At least she got #1 right!!!

 

Not sure how I got dragged into this, but DAMN!!!!!!!!!!

 

I love lentil soup and tomato bisque.  your wife has great taste (IN SOUPS).

 

I also love me some zuppa toscana.

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33 minutes ago, Gugny said:

 

 

Not sure how I got dragged into this, but DAMN!!!!!!!!!!

 

I love lentil soup and tomato bisque.  your wife has great taste (IN SOUPS).

 

I also love me some zuppa toscana.

I gave you a skeptical because of the bolded part... LoL...  I am on to you!

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I love chicken noodle when sick.  Makes me feel better quicker when sick 

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I always ask for the Soup de Jour. If they're out of it, I just ask for the Soup of the Day. 

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Actually, Duck Soup... it's a classic!

Fredonia NY complained that this movie gave their town a bad name. Groucho replied: "Change the name of your town, it's hurting our picture." :lol:

 

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26 minutes ago, Nanker said:

Actually, Duck Soup... it's a classic!

Fredonia NY complained that this movie gave their town a bad name. Groucho replied: "Change the name of your town, it's hurting our picture." :lol:

 

“Where does he get all those wonderful lines?...”

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On 3/16/2019 at 5:28 PM, ExiledInIllinois said:

I just asked my wife her three favs:

 

#1: Golden Lentil

So I take is she likes blondes? 

 

what happened?  

Oh and the Split Pea and Lentil soups 

 

have to be thick and not watery 

 

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On 3/14/2019 at 1:50 PM, The Senator said:

 

Nothing so fun as a good Maryland Blue Crab boil - cover the picnic table with newspaper, and break out the hammers and beer!

 

Snow Crab, I could eat all night - and always do when in Florida.

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I had this for the first (and only) time summer 2017. My buddy had something like , idk, 50 pounds of blue crab flown in to Tulsa. It was quite an experience for me on a couple of levels. First  the whole newspaper on picnic table thing. Second, I had never been involved in a black family reunion. Third, I learned what soul food is really all about. It was a blast, and the food was awesome. My buddy moved back to DC last summer and has offered to fly me out for a similar feast. I have not taken him up yet - he also wants me to build him another deck, lol.

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3 hours ago, BUFFALOKIE said:

I had this for the first (and only) time summer 2017. My buddy had something like , idk, 50 pounds of blue crab flown in to Tulsa. It was quite an experience for me on a couple of levels. First  the whole newspaper on picnic table thing. Second, I had never been involved in a black family reunion. Third, I learned what soul food is really all about. It was a blast, and the food was awesome. My buddy moved back to DC last summer and has offered to fly me out for a similar feast. I have not taken him up yet - he also wants me to build him another deck, lol.

 

Do it.  Go there!

 

My favorite experiences in the DC/.Maryland/ Virginia metro area, aside from Maryland Blue  Crab and Chesapeake Oysters, was hopping in a cab with an 80 year old guy that could tell you what DC was like during Johnson/ Nixon.  If you were lucky enough, maybe Roosevelt.

 

Those old timers have so many memories, so many miles, so much wisdom.

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On 3/16/2019 at 3:24 PM, ExiledInIllinois said:

I tend to like cold food.  Soup is nice if not too hot.

 

Another fav:

 

Gazpacho

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I think some places try too hard with Gazpacho. They over think it. It’s a bit like chili, you like it the way YOU like it, so something different could be good, but still disappoints. I have a pretty simple and easy Gazpacho recipe, but there’s always a LOT of chopping! I’m just waiting for true Gazpacho weather. My wife can eat the same food every night, and I can take warm and sunny every day! 

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