Discussion in 'Food' started by demi, Jun 9, 2017.
I also like soup! And many types of soup is amazing
It's summer time...."cold beet soup"
If you're going to make me pick a favorite, I'll have to say a good old fashioned bean with bacon. I'm a big fan of stews and chowder too. I'm lucky, when it comes to food there isn't much I don't like.
What’s the cowboy soup?
Yep...Something looks so easy but it’s really hard. Bless you.
Add some condiments make the soup more delicious~
Me too! I like many kinds hot soup!
Why? You may communicate with your wife if you really want to eat soup.
Does chili count as "soup?"
The kind I make does, since I use beans (according to Texas Chili aficionados, anyhow).
Me too. For some reason, it's hard to fathom NOT using beans in chili. I probably use several other "non-allowable" ingredients. Basically my chili usually consists of: beef, beans, stewed tomatos, tomato paste, a large onion, mushrooms, McCormack's hot chili seasoning, fresh jalapeños and/or fresh habaneros. It always tastes better when I have fresh habaneros since they have the best flavor.
That's really close to what I make. I just make sure to call it chili-beans around my BBQ / Chili Cookoff type friends.
I actually don't really care for meat-only chili. The fillers are what makes it, IMO.
Red meat stew (beef/game)
Green chile stew (pork/game)
Chicken and dumpling with thin broth
New England Clam Chowder or Pasta Fagioli
It sounds great!
Cheesy potato or maybe cream of crab soup. Hard to pick.
27years...You must very miss it...
But it must be delicious！
Everything with grilled cheese is amazing！
What’s Buddha Jumps Over the Wall?
Haven't met a soup I didn't like.
It's hard to play favorites, they are so competitive .
Really , exploration of new flavors is always inviting .
Truth be told, any soup ,unless it's got sand in it , can be fixed .
Any soup. Standouts were my granny's vegetable soup (she sent me quart jars in college), Thai Tom yum (sp?), Indian sambar, pozole (Mexican soup with hominy).
The funny thing to me is that my little granny's soup had a flavor component that no one else's could touch and a hillbilly like me had no reference for. Only years later did I figure out what was in it. A touch of curry powder. I was eating Indian food and told a friend it reminded me of my grandmother's soup. Of course, there was a degree of difference in intensity, but that was it.
fish head soup made with salmon collars and heads.potatoes carrots onions and parsnips with a little boulion in it.
Lots of favorites, one of them being homemade turkey gumbo after Thanksgiving!
I may be bending the definition of soup but chicken and dumplings or crawfish etoufee anytime anywhere
Stop, you're making me hungry!
Slit pea with smoked ham hock.
During warm weather a gazpacho and in cold weather my mother's garlic soup that has day old bread, a bit of onion, paprika and not sure what else. Served with a soft poached egg.
I can not say no to a good gumbo.
Honestly I do miss the soup. Also I miss the island I was on. It was quiet, just me and the Dog no one else around.
yep...cold things is better in summer.
I love soups, stews, and chowders as well as chilli. Now to pick just one soup is impossible, so i'll just pick two- french onion and potato soup like Bennigan's once made when they were in business in stamford ct. The french onion i have had good many places. But the potato is a current search for either a recipe or resturant.
żurek Traditional Polish soup with white sausage and egg often served in bread
Summer I usually do vegetables rice in chicken broth. Light and filling.
Winter it varies vegetable beef (ground or chunks). I sometimes substitute game.
Chili, beef stew, potato.
My favorite , which I just had today for Brunch
1. MENUDO ( Tripe Soup )
2. Oxtail ( Soup or Stews )
3. Chicken Soup
4. Turkey Tails ( Soup ot Stews )
5. Bean & Ham-hock ( Soup or Stew )
6. Clam Chowder
Not my recipe but I lurrrv this Vietnamese chicken noodle soup.
My Dad used to make a Scotch Broth that would make your heart leap when you walked in the door and smelled it simmering. Even though he tried to teach me the secret, mine has never come out as good as his. Even the recipes I've found online don't come close although this one is pretty good.
A hearty and home made cream of mushroom.
@Junkyard Dog Scotch Broth the BBC recipe is merely a bath for the vegetables. proper Scotch broth is a hearty meal in itself, so thick you can nearly stand a spoon up in the finished product. LOL
The carrots & turnips both 'grated' (for body/sweetener/thickener) peeled skin removed & then sliced.
Potato is optional prepped same as the other root vegetables.
The onion sliced & diced.
Celery is optional (finely sliced).
Leek include the 'green' part sliced thinly along with a little of the white as your adding onion.
Parsley sprigs & include some finely chopped.
The dried products, pearl barley, dried mixed veg, peas *soaked overnight drained & cooked with the stock *then add the root vegetables.
Any stock mutton, beef or vegetable. The seasoning salt or pepper optional can be added when served.
Everyone makes soup differently, it's done by taste & by sight. I don't use metric measurements whilst cooking broth, I use my hands "a handful of this & a handful of that". You'll never beat in your case how your father made it & he probably said the same about the family member who taught him.. so on & so forth.. BTW we have a saying that the broth always tastes better on day 2 giving the contents time to bind & ferment.
A hearty soup is a simple, comforting meal at the end of a busy day. Chicken corn chowder is my favourite.
slow cooked pumpkin soup with turkish bread. Butternut pumpkins straight out of the garden and put on the slow cooker for 6 hours. heat up some turkish bread and you've got a filling meal! Easy to take in a thermos when you're going out.
Weekly leftovers in the pot on the back of the stove all fall and winter.
Oh I am such a lover of soups. I guess my all time favorite is chicken and creamy potatoes in a camp oven using cream of chicken soup, chicken thighs, and those little cream potatoes on a cold night with a dash of salt and pepper. A good minestrone with fresh sourdough is a tough second.
Nothing goes to waste as it should be.
Just thought of another one I like when camping, it's an 18th century receipt called Bubble and Squeak. Simple to make some fat back, ham or bacon or any left over meat, potatoes, onions, broth or bullion cube, cabbage, salt and pepper and lovage if you can get it (it's an herb and tastes like celery/parsley) great flavor. Boil till potatoes are done and enjoy. Make a big pot or small one depending on how many your feeding. Most will look in disdain but, once they try it their opinions will change.
Pho and pozole are top two in my book
When camping in wintertime, I love chicken soup. With rice or noodles, potato, onion, carrots and bacon. Nothing better on a cold night right before bed.
Split pea, gumbo, and clamp chowder. I'll eat Ramen now and then. Not my favorite, but my dad loved it. He would add all sorts of stuff to it. I'll get to thinking about him and make a bowl. Memories.