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Introduction of the Vietnamese famous noodles soup "Pho"

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 Hoang Anh Vu (December 30, 2011)  There is no matter what time day or night, a steaming bowl of pho noodle soup is never hard to find in Vietnam. Just as pad thai in Thailand, pho is Vietnam's unofficial national dish exported with pride all over the world. Pho consists of flat rice noodles in a light, meat-based broth. The dish is usually accompanied by basil, lime, chili, and other extras on the side so that eaters .. (Soups)

Is Noni Juice A Scam or Reality?

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 Kevin Jeffers (December 24, 2011)  Health and fitness enthusiasts often go for health supplements and products that would help them in getting the best results to develop a lean and trim body. One of the latest heath elixirs that claim to support transition in the physical status of the user is Noni Juice. Attractive Publicity Providers of Noni Juice have taken substantial pains to make huge publicity of the product and . (Soups)

Is Aloe Vera Good For Health- Aloe Vera Features

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 Kevin Jeffers (December 24, 2011)  A lot has been said and discussed about aloe Vera, especially about its health benefits. Named as Aloe barbadensis that is commonly known as aloe Vera, the natural plant product is widely believed to have significant health benefits for human anatomy. But is aloe Vera good for health? Forms of Aloe Vera Aloe Vera is available in various forms for use. Most popular forms of it are .. (Soups)

Chicken and Noodle Soup is Easy to Make

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 Mary Mechler (May 10, 2010)  I have memories of my grandmother's homemade chicken and dumplings, and to this day, I've never had any that come close. Unfortunately, I don't have that recipe, but I've come up with a chicken noodle soup recipe that my kids love. It's really not that difficult to make great tasting Chicken and Noodle Soup. Really! With the convenience of using a supermarket roasted chicken, you can .. (Soups)

Pumpkin (or Carrot) Leek Soup

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 Mary Mechler (January 22, 2010)  There is a great restaurant located here in southern Illinois called Mary's. It has been well-known and loved for many years. Even as a college student here at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, it was widely known as The" place for a very special dinner. Although the original owner, Mary Licos retired and sold the restaurant many years ago, the new owner, David Hayes, and his . (Soups)

Stew Cooking Tips - A Novice's Guide to Delicious Stews

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 KC Kudra (January 16, 2009)  Stews are very popular, especially when the weather is cool, and you want something warming and tasty. A stew is a combination of solid foods, usually meat, or fish with vegetables that have been simmered or cooked slowly in a liquid sauce to allow the flavors to combine well. The sauce is served as well as its contents. Chicken, meat, seafood, potatoes, fish, beans, fruit, and carrots . (Soups)

Enhancing Your Favorite Soups With Higher Health Value

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 Tom Boey (January 14, 2009)  From bouillabaisse and goulash to minestrone and vichyssoise, ever wonder, with just a little more effort, you can add much vigorous value to the soups of your choice? Bring the international gastronomy into your kitchen just by combining some oriental ingredients which not only boost the palate of the soup, each of them proffers different and various nutritional and health values that .. (Soups)

Simple Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup

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 Connie Luayon (January 13, 2009)  The cold and wet season is a great time to enjoy a bowl of hot soup. I can slurp my way through any decent soup, especially when there's a heavy downpour and the cold air is beginning to gnaw at my bones. One of my all time favorite warm soups is the chicken noodle soup.   Chicken noodle soup is easy to make. I actually consider it as a leftover recipe, which means that most of .. (Soups)

Easy Soup As Good As You Remember From Childhood

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 KC Kudra (January 10, 2009)  To many people, soup is something that comes out of a can or packet but few things beat the wonderfully fresh flavor of homemade soup. Soup is also an excellent example of a food that anybody can make from scratch. If you can boil water and add things to it, you can make soup. It really is that simple. Soup is also very versatile and you can use your favorite ingredients to make your .. (Soups)

Old Fashion Swiss Broccoli Soup

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 Linda Carol Wilson (December 22, 2008)  Personally, I love soups! To me there is no better lunch or dinner than a good hot bowl of soup. I don't care if it's Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter, I enjoy a good bowl of soup. When I came across this recipe while going through my late mother's recipe collection, it caught my attention because it uses Swiss cheese rather than the usual cheddar. If you, too, enjoy a good bowl of soup, .. (Soups)

Beans Or No Beans in Your Chili Recipe

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 Jim Wools (December 21, 2008)  Chili with Beans? This is often a controversial topic. The mere thought of using beans in a chili dish brings up the ire of a lot of people. After all, chili is often referred to as Chili Con Carne (Chili with Meat) but rarely as Chili Con Frijoles (Chili with Beans). But just as there are chili recipes with no beans, there are just as many recipes that include beans that turn out very .. (Soups)

Creamy Pumpkin Soup - Yummy!

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 Margaret Isabelle (October 30, 2008)  I love pumpkin soup not only because of it's unique taste and nutrition benefits (pumpkin and carrots are a great source of Beta-carotene, that is essential for healthy skin and eyes), but also because of the optimistic yellow - orange colour of the soup. Moreover, preparation is extremely simple - pumpkins, carrots and other ingredients can be chopped in whatever-you-like shapes - .. (Soups)

Old Fashion Vegetable Barley Soup

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 Linda Carol Wilson (October 30, 2008)  This old time soup recipe reminds me of my childhood. I grew up in rural Southern Indiana where my family operated an old-fashion general store. We sold everything from kerosene and gas to fresh sliced luncheon meats and cheeses. The center of this huge old building held a big old pot-bellied coal stove to provide heat. Vegetable Barley Soup reminds me of the soups, beans, pot roasts, .. (Soups)

Best Chicken Soup Recipes

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 Isabel Da Silva (October 01, 2008)  The Autumn is there and with it the cold days. For such days, there is nothing better to eat than a soup. Soups are not only great to warm us in cold days but they are also very healthy. You can add as many vegetables as you want in a soup and make it a very nutritious and delicious dish. I like almost all kinds of soups but one of my favorites is chicken soup. Chicken soups are very .. (Soups)

Boomer Budget Soup

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 Carol Stanley (September 27, 2008)  Today we live in troubled times, and most of us are worried about how we will survive if this or that happens. We are eagerly trying to save some dollars and curb our spending. This recipe is a favorite of ours, and I have been making it for years substituting this or that. It will serve two people at least four dinners. . . It is a large pot of soup, and it tastes better everyday. .. (Soups)

Charleston She Crab Soup - The Signature Dish of Charleston

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 Rex Freiberger (September 12, 2008)  Charleston she crab soup is considered to be the signature dish of Charleston South Carolina, and is regularly featured on the menus of many of the city's restaurants. A signature dish is a recipe which helps to identify an individual chef. It is also sometimes used to refer to a culinary region. Charleston she crab soup is named after the female crab, which is also sometimes referred .. (Soups)

The Wonderful and Incredible Life of Soup

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 Rachael Rizzo (September 11, 2008)  Sissy, where does soup come from?" Another on of those questions I didn't know the answer to. High Honors student from high school up and I couldn't answer her. Well, at least that's how I know she's going to be smarter than me. Her question was a very good one. Though millions of people have soup everyday, someone had to start making it and I (or the rest of the population) didn't stop . (Soups)

Soto Kudus (Kudus Chicken Soup)

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 Diana Novita (September 09, 2008)  Kudus is a city in Central Java, Indonesia. It has been famous for its clove cigarettes (known as kretek ) product for long time. Soto is also known as Indonesian dishes. There are many kind of soto vary according to the city of they came from. For example there are Soto Betawi, Soto Madiun, Soto Sulung, Soto Lamongan, Soto Bandung, etc. Different places use different ingredients, and .. (Soups)

A Sample Detox Diet Recipe

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 Abraham Foster (September 09, 2008)  A detox diet, and any detox diet recipe, is formulated to cleanse your body of the free radical molecules and chemicals which are harmful to it. Your detox diet recipes will be made from delicious and nutritious foods which will restore your health instead of harming it, and with a commitment from you, will get your future food choices turned in the right direction. One Detox Diet .. (Soups)

Ham and Bean Soup - Smoky Perfection

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 Kenneth Tireman (September 01, 2008)  Ham and Bean Soup recipes can be found anywhere but rarely are they tasteful, generally bland and mostly containing the same ingredients. Not many carry that unique twist and flavor that we yearn for. This " Smoked " Ham and Bean Soup Recipe has that unique twist with a new taste to leave a flavor in your mouth that will leave you yearning for more. So take a deep breath of fresh air .. (Soups)

How Do I Unsalt My Soup?

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 Von Cook (August 28, 2008)  Over-salting soups can be disastrous - Especially when healthy food is prepared; you don't want to appall your guests by serving them under-textured soups (thick to thin), overcooked ingredients or splitting cream. When cooking, always measure the size of your serving to the logic of your mind to the guests - Are they health conscious or travel diners? Will their age suit this seasoning . (Soups)

Radish Top Soup

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 Judy Ferril (August 27, 2008)  Before you say ick!, now, I would never think of using radish tops. But, why not? This soup is thick and rich and hearty and is a favorite at our CSA, Crazy Daisy Farm. This is not an original recipe, however, the source is not known. I did find reference to a discussion of Radish Top Soup from “The Origins of Fruits and Vegetables" by Jonathan Roberts and the same or a similar .. (Soups)

Clam Chowder

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 Isabel Da Silva (August 26, 2008)  Chowders are thick, chunky soups that are made from a variety of ingredients, such as vegetables and seafood. The most well known chowder variation is the clam chowder, which has clams and broth as the main ingredients - as the name indicates. Potatoes, onions, salt pork or bacon, and celery are ingredients that are commonly used in clam chowder recipes. Often, clam chowder is garnished . (Soups)

Meatless Soup Recipes Suitable For Diabetics

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 Linda Carol Wilson (August 23, 2008)  As we quickly approach the fall season, it will be time to get out the soup recipes for those cool~how I look forward to them~fall days. Following are a couple of soup recipes that do not use meat or meat broth. If you are looking for a different soup recipe, try one of these. Note: This is a soup my 15-year-old grandson came up with. He likes to make it about once a week. He hopes you . (Soups)

Red Bean Soup

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 Daniel N (August 05, 2008)  No, this is not another one of those canned bean soups. You know what I'm talking about - the ever so famous “Tex-mex" soup with three kinds of beans. And the red beans I am talking about are not the kind of beans you pack on a camping trip either - the kind that gives you. . . gas. No no no my friend! The red bean soup I am talking about is of a whole different sort. It's sweet, .. (Soups)

Food and Drink Paradise Soup Explore!

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 Chang Joan (July 23, 2008)  Sooner or later most of us are going for our retirement. Do you have any exciting program? What about a new investment? Everybody grouping around in the meeting room. Your best friend, John is waiting for your opinion over an investment idea. He asked: “What do you have in mind for our retirement? What are you going to do with your golden years? Are you going to stay around and .. (Soups)

Seaweed Soup Cooking With Algae

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 William Berg (July 20, 2008)  Algae can be useful in many different situations. Algae are for instance used as food for humans as well as for live stock, and it is also included in various health products and cosmetics. Seaweed is predominately gulped down in South-East Asia, especially in China, Japan, and Korea, but it is becoming more and more popular outside this range for each year that passes. If you want to .. (Soups)

Food and Drink Paradise Soup Paradise

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 Chang Joan (June 17, 2008)  Lovely soups and cooking tips! Most of the children did not like to drink plain water. Soup is the solution for it. When the water is tasty, then they will not have problem to drink it. And when they want no vegetables in the meals, soup is also a good solution. You may cook soups with all the vegetables, meats, or sometimes also with fruits. They are all delicious! It helps our tummy .. (Soups)

Spinach Soup Recipe Cream of Spinach and Artichoke Soup

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 Kenneth Tireman (June 17, 2008)  This spinach soup recipe is a homemade delicacy at home. A gourmet soup can be bought anywhere but at what cost? Yes, exactly, don't take it anymore. Learn to make Cream of Spinach and Artichoke Soup, homemade and better than ever. With this easy recipe, very little preparation and 30 minutes of time, they everyone can master the art of creating mouth watering Cream of Spinach and .. (Soups)

Lemony Asparagus Soup

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 Pat Lockhart (April 29, 2008)  This is a wonderful seasonal soup with a subtle lemon flavour. Super easy to make, it pairs up well with almost anything and is light and refreshing to serve as a first course. Use fresh asparagus only as this soup will not be a success with frozen or canned asparagus. 2 ½ cups fresh asparagus, chopped 2 medium potatoes, diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 small onion, chopped 4 cups .. (Soups)

Garden Patch Soup Recipe

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 Donna Hager (August 24, 2007)  Every year as summer draws to a close I find myself looking ahead to heating up the kitchen and filling the house with the wonderful aromas of hearty soups and stews. It is enjoyable to change our meal planning from lighter summer menus to traditional autumn foods. Eating seasonally means enjoying certain foods when they are at their ripest and freshest. Autumn is the height of harvest . (Soups)

Delicious Mushroom and Carrot Soup

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 Lois Center-Shabazz (July 03, 2007)  1 onion finely chopped 8 cups chicken broth 2 Tsp fresh basil chopped 1 Tsp fresh cilantro chopped 2 cups of mushrooms, sliced 1 bay leaf 1 tsp olive oil 2 carrots, sliced Place the chicken broth in a large pan. Add the bay leaf and bring to a boil. Melt the butter in a saucepan over medium heat. Add the mushrooms, and season with salt and pepper (exclude the salt if the broth has .. (Soups)




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