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    Show Me Your Soup

    So its winter and we in the South are blessed with being able to smoke meat all year long. Unfortunately for our Northern brethren that may not always be the case. So what better time to stay indoors and make some soup. Soup is something I always make, regardless of the time of year. But nothing beats a nice warm, bubbly bowl of good homemade soup with a nice piece of crusty bread on a cold winter's day.

    Oh and my excuse for not smoking outside? Lazy

    So here's one I made a couple of week's ago one rainy day. Chicken Tortilla soup. Air chilled chicken thighs dredged in flour and pan fried. Cubed and added to a homemade chicken stock with Rancho Gordo midnight black beans (yea you guys got me started on that). Served with blue corn tortilla chips both in and out of the soup. Stuff was bowl lickin' good.

    So come on guys, make up a big pot of something and show me your soup !!!

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    Last edited by Troutman; January 31, 2021, 11:22 AM.

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    Making some chicken noodle tomorrow.

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    • Troutman
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      See them now?

    • ofelles
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      yes, you're good, thanks.

    #3
    From back in November, I believe this is Tuscan white bean, sausage and kale soup made with turnip greens. And some bread...

    Edit: oops, I pulled the wrong recipe from my bookmarks. Those are clearly black-eyed peas and some red beans. Must be turnip green soup.

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    Last edited by Jim White; January 31, 2021, 11:39 AM.

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    • Troutman
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      Awesome !!

    #4
    Edit to add:
    Shrimp and Corn Chowder frm earlier this month.
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    Some Senate Navy Bean soup from December
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    Last edited by ofelles; January 31, 2021, 01:01 PM.

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    • Troutman
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      YES to both !!

    • Panhead John
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      Both pictures look really good! I’m beginning to believe you just might....might know how to cook.πŸ˜‰

    #5
    Love soup. Just made some Albondigas soup last week that I thought was good, but the family was like 'meh'. But no pics. Below are Chicken soup, Fish Chowder and Chicken n' Dumplings. The CnD are a bit of a stretch regarding soup, but not a stew either.
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    • Troutman
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      Oh man chicken and dumplings. I love that stuff.

    #6
    French onion soup for tonight. Still in the first step of caramelizing the onions
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    Now bring to a simmer and then serve.
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      #7
      We usually do Soup Sundays from late fall to spring here. Make a big pot of soup that helps get us through the week with lunches. Today is Lasagna though to switch things up a big (and give the stock pot a break)

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      • ofelles
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        Lasagna.............GOOD!

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      Been loving this one though I don’t have a picture. I cook in a pot, not the microwave so takes a bit longerClick image for larger version

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      • Troutman
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        Nothing wrong with veggie soup !!!!

      #9
      Here’s a beef and vegetable soup I make each winter. Make a big pot and freeze the rest. It’ll usually last me all winter. I make it with a tomato and tomato sauce base. Love a good bowl of soup in the winter. Nice post here Troutman!
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      • Troutman
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        I might consider bathing in that stuff

      • Clark
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        Panhead John You outdid yourself. Looks delicious!! Bubba

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      #11
      From a few weeks ago. My take on ramen with smoked belly.

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      • Dadof3Illinois
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        YUM!!!!

      • Troutman
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        Ramen with belly is the bomb !!!

      • theroc
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        Love the enoki mushrooms.

      #12
      Turkey soup from some PBC turkey I saved out at the trailer in July. I told my wife that we would make soup some midwinter Sunday, and today was the the day.

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      • Troutman
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        Works for me

      • HawkerXP
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        PBC, ..., ...!

      #13
      Some great photos of really tasty looking soups. Nice job everyone

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        #14
        Tried some loaded baked potato yesterday. I spaced out on leaving some of the ingredients aside for garnishing but it was tasty nonetheless.
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        • Troutman
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          That is a good soup !!!!

        • Andrrr
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          Troutman My wife picked up some premade stuff from the store awhile ago and it hit the spot, then she bought it again last week and I thought I had to try making some. It did not disappoint.

        #15
        These all look great!

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