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Reviewed Italian Lentil and Barley Soup
"Great autumn afternoon soup. My vegetables were fresh from the farm stand. Although listed as optional, the cider vinegar is important for additional flavor. The combination of lentils and barley was an unexpected treat."
Nov 11, 2012 on Food.com
"Quick and tasty. Thanks."
Nov 4, 2012 on Food.com
"One pot meals are always a convenience. I used frozen chicken breasts and chopped them before putting them in the crock pot and stewing initially on high. A bit too salty; perhaps it is best to use one bouillon cube or eliminate the bouillon all together. A nice winter afternoon soup."
Nov 3, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Golden Split Pea Soup
"Tastes wonderful. Since I doubled the recipe it took a while to prepare the vegetables- peeling and chopping sweet potatoes and onions, grinding ginger, cutting the tomato and the like. I used the blender and the result is a creamy, golden soup. Low calorie. Worth the effort."
Oct 27, 2012 on Food.com
A parent of three young adults, wife, and career accountant who loves to bake and make Sunday meals. Soups are a weekly event in the autumn and winter. I bake pies from scratch in all seasons, and appreciate a tasty one pot meal recipe.
Fortunately we have easy access to many fresh veetables, fruits, and herbs. My husband is an avid gardener. Fresh seafood is readly available in our community.
Artichokes, white peaches, fresh soups, fresh seafood namely just caught striped bass, quality baked goods.