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Loop De Loop...What's your favourite winter Soup..

Ok folks...Because I end up visiting WDW in the summer, I rarely have soup.I love it at this time of year as it's Baltic here in Scotland..Now I tried the Veg Chilli soup at CHH and loved it...But what soup would you recommend to beat the winter blues.?

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I like Asian soups like Thai tom yum, Japanese miso, and Chinese hot and sour. New England clam chowder is okay if it's authentically made and not a cream soup with clams in it, and I've had a few tomato-based seafood chowders and such that were pretty good. I make homemade corn chowder that isn't bad. And if I'm feeling sick and need something that won't aggravate my upset stomach, I want Lipton's noodle soup with chicken broth. Those are pretty much the only soups I'll eat. Oh, one more; I like French onion soup as long as I can get it without all that gross cheese on top.

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Well, my grandmother's chicken corn soup is my all-time favorite, but she's living at a local retirement home now and she doesn't cook anymore, so now my standby is a good creamy tomato soup. I also love a good pumpkin bisque or butternut squash soup for a treat.

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When it does get cold here, my favorite fall backs are homemade beef stew, baked potato soup and a good cheddar broccoli soup. All of them are very filling and make you feel warm.

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I'm not really a big soup person but I did LOVE my Grandma's homemade turkey soup. Unfortunately she is no longer with us and since she never wrote the recipe down, the soup is gone too sad

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I just made a big old pot of chicken soup and we ate pretty much all of it. Over a couple days!

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alicemouse wrote:
Well, my grandmother's chicken corn soup is my all-time favorite, but she's living at a local retirement home now and she doesn't cook anymore, so now my standby is a good creamy tomato soup. I also love a good pumpkin bisque or butternut squash soup for a treat.

Why don't you learn to make it? Get the recipe from her then make it yourself.

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Chili! No beans, made with beer and Hard Times Texas spice mix. YUM. Over some spaghetti with onions and cheese on top....

Although a good tomato with a grilled cheese usually hits the spot as well!

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Creamy chicken, sausage & wild rice soup. Yum!

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Surprised no one mentioned the famous Cheddar cheese soup from Le Cellier. That seems to be fan favorite everywhere I read. But for me, in terms soups in general, I think I'll go with lobster bisque as my favorite.

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Mandy, I've tried, but it's not quite the same. She never wrote anything down and her memory is a little...off

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I make a mean pot of chili; however I miss my Mom's vegetable soup. She would make a huge pot and it so good. It wouldn't taste the same though because it wouldn't have her special ingredient.....LOVE.

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alicemouse wrote:
Mandy, I've tried, but it's not quite the same. She never wrote anything down and her memory is a little...off

Oh okay.

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I pretty much like any soup. My favorites are things like butternut squash, chicken wild rice, and beer cheese soups. YUMMMM!

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h0ney227 wrote:
I pretty much like any soup. My favorites are things like butternut squash, chicken wild rice, and beer cheese soups. YUMMMM!

Chicken wild rice.? eek ...Beer Chase soup.. eek ...Enlighten me please...

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King Fergus wrote:
h0ney227 wrote:
I pretty much like any soup. My favorites are things like butternut squash, chicken wild rice, and beer cheese soups. YUMMMM!

Chicken wild rice.? eek ...Beer Chase soup.. eek ...Enlighten me please...

I believe that was Beer CHEESE soup. you do not have to chase it, they bring it to you. laugh

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King Fergus wrote:
h0ney227 wrote:
I pretty much like any soup. My favorites are things like butternut squash, chicken wild rice, and beer cheese soups. YUMMMM!

Chicken wild rice.? eek ...Beer Chase soup.. eek ...Enlighten me please...

I believe that was Beer CHEESE soup. you do not have to chase it, they bring it to you. laugh

Dash..I was hoping for something chasing me...LOL...

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Canada's Cheddar Cheese Soup
50's PT's Chicken Noodle Soup
Trail's End's Oak-smoked Chicken and crispy Dumpling Soup & Chili

Not really a soup but it's a meal in a soup bowl...Shrimp & Grits. You can get them at Boatwright's (POFQ), as well as many other places in the world.

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a good spicy meaty chilli, French onion and clam chowder

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Mulligatawny.....and Corn Apple Cheddar Chowder....

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Canada's Cheddar Cheese Soup
50's PT's Chicken Noodle Soup
Trail's End's Oak-smoked Chicken and crispy Dumpling Soup & Chili

Not really a soup but it's a meal in a soup bowl...Shrimp & Grits. You can get them at Boatwright's (POFQ), as well as many other places in the world.

Oops...Boatwrights ( PORS ) LOL.. yay

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True...typing faster than my brain was willing to work...

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Magic Mirror wrote:
Mulligatawny.....and Corn Apple Cheddar Chowder....

That sounds delicious!

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awesome

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Miso, Ramens and NE clam chowder are my faves.

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