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What is your favorite kind of soup?

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Homemade: Potato and Vegtable.

 

Canned: Bean & Bacon and Tomato.

 

Restaurant: Potato from Cheddars.

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This one isn't even close for me---French Onion

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What is the definition of soup lol? Can we include chowders, bisques, etc?

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Potato. And my wife makes a pretty good Italian vegetable soup.

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Until last fall I would have said, without reservation, she-crab soup. My favorite since childhood.

 

But last fall I finally found something better. It took 64 years and several thousand miles. Seafood chowder, McGann’s pub in a village called Doolin on the west coast of Ireland.

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Not a big soup fan, but I would say Potato.

 

What's yours?

 

Does your potato soup have to be liquified now, so you can sip it through a straw there Bane?

 

Your avatar is creeping me out!

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I am very basic and like soup right out of the can. I haven't eaten soup in years but my favorites are chicken noodle, tomato, or maybe beef vegetable.

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I am very basic and like soup right out of the can. I haven't eaten soup in years but my favorites are chicken noodle, tomato, or maybe beef vegetable.

 

 

Not gonna lie, sometimes I return to my childhood and have Campbell’s chicken noodle soup with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and milk.

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Not a big soup fan, but I would say Potato.

 

What's yours?

 

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A good seafood gumbo is hard to beat, in my opinion.

 

On the more traditional front, there's a potato soup recipe that's in the BGP cookbook that we make multiple times during the winter, and it always hits the spot.

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