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    Office soup pop luck

    AS the headline says I have an office sou[p pop luck coming up and I want to impress, few things I hate chunks of veggies and onions are only good if they are minced to the point of invisible or just onion powder.

    That said I think I am gonna try an Italian Sausage potato soup recipe I saw.

    Does anyone have any better ideas?

    #2
    We just harvested our leeks to make potato leek soup. You could try a basic recipe of that with some Italian sausage added. When Mrs. CN makes the soup she uses an immersion blender, so no chunks of potato, you can literally drink it from a cup.

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      #3
      My wife makes this Zuppa Toscana that is crazy good. The only difference is she uses a whole pound of bacon and a few more potatoes.

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      • blair2818
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        That looks good I might make that for me for "testing purposes"

      #4
      can you enter a bowl of red? Tortilla soup is always a winner. Smoke salmon chowder too. I'm a big fan of broccoli and cheese, especially if you char the broccoli first, and don't cook it to death. I mean gumbo or ettufe if your stretching the term.

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        #5
        Well, I'll state the obvious.... if this is for a pot luck and you want to impress, then why do you care if there are chunks of veggies and onions in the soup?? Most people, and I'm speaking for the peanut gallery, like veggies in their soup. Anything listed above sounds like a winner.

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          #6
          My office has had an annual "Souper Bowl" competition in early February for several years. My wife is a 3-time winner. She tries to do something different each year. What usually wins are hearty, flavorful soups like gumbo or chicken tortilla soup. One year she made Caldo de Cameron, a Mexican shrimp soup (that one was a winner). So I would say go with something you like, and don't hold back on the flavor.

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            #7
            One of my favorite things to eat from a bowl (besides Honey Bunches of Oats & Raisin Bran Crunch, among others) is my wife's Chunky Beef Noodle "Stoup".

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              #8
              This is a go-to fall recipe from a restaurant I used to bartend at. It is curried squash soup and was on our Oktoberfest menu:

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              • Huskee
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                Curry might make me like squash. (or hate curry?) I am torn....

              • Donw
                Donw commented
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                Thanks Gwen. Added it to winter soup list.

              • Murdy
                Murdy commented
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                My wife makes a squash soup sometimes. Absolutely fantastic. I'm pretty sure her recipe involves curry. Tastes almost like seafood.

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