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"One of my favorite soups ever!I roast a chicken, then use both for the meat and to make the broth. This adds a little more depth to the already delicious flavor.I also cut back a bit on the cheese, but that's just a personal preference. Thank you for a wonderful recipe!!"
Oct 5, 2009 on Food.com
"Yum!!! I used two bottles of clam juice instead of lobster base and water, 1 2/3 cups whole milk and 2/3 cup cream rather than all cream, and skipped the butter. We had a little crab left from the night before, so that went in as well. Two of my college age kids voted it the best soup they'd ever eaten- this in a household with at least one kin..."
Dec 30, 2007 on Food.com
"I've been using this recipe for 2 years everyone who tries them says they are the best. I've found that the longer i let the jalepenos stay on the plant the hotter they get. I pick my jalepenos early and small when im canning for gifts. My recipe is only a little more than half peppers the rest is carrots, onions, oregano, and garlic (this also re..."
Sep 12, 2007 on Food.com
"My favorite cookie in the world! Do put cashews on the frosting, it keeps them from sticking if you store them in a tin. We make these for Christmas, everyone who trys them raves!"
Dec 22, 2006 on Food.com
"Undoubtedly one of the great flavor combinations of all time. Annlouise, you married well!When I make one of these, Miracle Whip is the only way to go. I sometimes sprinkle a little balsamic vinegar on the tomato slices while waiting (impatiently for the bread to toast. Also, pepper is a must."
Aug 29, 2004 on Food.com