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    4loveofchefs

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    Saved Recipe Pressure Cooker - Pea and Ham Soup by **Jubes**

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    Added Recipe Photo to Coconut Shimp Bisque Soup #5FIX

    Monday, Mar 11, 2013 on Food.com

    Shared Recipe Coconut Shimp Bisque Soup #5FIX

    Saturday, Mar 9, 2013 on Food.com

    "5-Ingredient Fix Contest Entry.
    I made this soup last night as it was cold outside and I was limited on what I had in the house to make for dinner. It was so delicious, if nothing else, I have to share this recipe with all. Try it, it's fantastic, simple and DELICIOUS!"

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    Reviewed Poached Eggs with Crab Salad and English Muffins

    Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 on Cooking Channel

    The quality of the crab meat is obviously essential!! Buy the best jumbo lump meat you can find. One reviewer wrote they felt this dish was missing something. At first I did too. However, if you make this and let it sit to develop the flavors for at least an hour it comes together quite nicely. I also roasted asparagus in a cast iron skillet i"


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