Dianes lost her mind making soup



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Nick

01/17/2019
12:28:45


Very good recipe, thanks!! 



Sarge

11/09/2018
12:59:32


The only thing missing for the young service members soup Diane is a bit of bow tie noodles or egg noodles tossed into the soup right before you eat it. IF I don't say this before Sunday Happy Veterans day to all whom have written the check and answered the call



Maiingankwe

11/04/2018
21:24:17


Thank you Diane, that was awesome! A great tutorial for newbie cooks and a refresher for us older ones.

I have a story to share. When my husband and I first got married, I made him a soup full of ingredients that needed to be used up. I was happily surprised he loved it and wanted me to make more. Hes such a picky eater and a pain in my rumpus because of it.

Anyways, it wasnt long that he complained my saucepan was too small, so I went one bigger and then bigger even yet. Still not good enough because he came home with a five gallon pot. I am so not kidding.

Well, this is a heck of a lot of soup for just two people, so I asked him if his friend would like some. Nope. He said. It was the same answer to every friend of his I could think of. Well, how about your bachelor brother? I asked. Oh, heck no, he doesnt like soup, never did!

Yeah, right there buddy. So when one of his friends stopped over, I asked him, and he said, Oh heck ya, Ill take some! Later, so did his brother.

I dont know how many containers it took to fill 4 1/2 gallons of soup, but it was a lot. The whole fridge was full of it. So of course, I was more than happy to give some of it away. Next thing I know my hubby comes home with a used fridge to put in the garage. Im serious, all over giving his soup away and me complaining there wasnt any room in the fridge. You guys, I tell ya.

Youll never guess what the secret was, and I only came up with it is its all I had on hand. A complete fluke. With the ground hamburger, I added chicken broth with a bit less of tomato sauce. I know, a big no-no, but it really was good. Thank goodness for Sams and big cans. And yes, Diane is spot on to add a little bit of sugar to take away the can flavor and balance the acidity in your meal.
Be well and stay smiling,
Maiingankwe

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BUDS131

11/04/2018
16:40:12


See you guys in a few minutes

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Irishjrk

11/04/2018
15:45:37


Are we forgetting about the dinty moore beef stew?
Step one: open can
Step two: heat it or dont heat it.... dealers choice
Step three: be near a water closet tootsweet.
Voila..... ya got yourself soup and a cleanse. Evening hooligans

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EFD620

11/04/2018
15:20:52


Leaves are falling fast

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EFD620

11/04/2018
15:17:37


Went to a viewing today with the boss. A friends wife passed away from heart attack. We decided to try to get some fall pics on the way home. Got some weird looks after getting out of the truck in a suit to snap a few water pics.

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US INFANTRY-Hound Dog-

11/04/2018
15:08:29


Guys at sled hockey practice kept rocketing the into my face,,,had to take drastic measures

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Simon77

11/04/2018
14:36:19


To make soup really fast try the pressure cooker recipes, the ingredients will be about the same Diane used.
The electric ones are getting pretty cheap but the 6 qt $45 Stainless Steel Presto at Amazon is really all you need.

Cubed beef, chicken etc can be browned on the bottom for "one pot" cooking so meat starts as 1/2 cooked then throw in all that other stuff so it's a "one stage" process.
There are fancier 2-stage processes to keep some "crisp" in the veggies but that's really not necessary.

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Hogan

11/04/2018
13:12:59


No..they dont wanna hear a goose call,lmao