Poll: Dunk some bread in dat shit yo
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Huu
12 71%
Hum
3 18%
Hud
2 12%
Voters: 17.
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#2
french onion yes
tomato bisque, chicken noodle soup (properly done though), minestrone, lentil soups, miso soup, chicken tortilla soup, and such. very nice
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it's all coming back

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#3
Soup is bomb.
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#4
Quote by Baby Joel
french onion yes
tomato bisque, chicken noodle soup (properly done though), minestrone, lentil soups, miso soup, chicken tortilla soup, and such. very nice

How did I forget lobster bisque in my pics wtf I gotta edit this immediately
#5
How do we feel about chowder?
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#8
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Note picture 3



Ah, how foolish of me. Of course.


Here's a corn chowder in a bread bowl to make up for it:

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#9
Mmm clam chowdah :d
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#14
I made soup a few days ago. Bunch of veggies in the blender, then added some smoked ham bits and simmered for a while with spices and some pasta bits. Better, cheaper and healthier than any soup you can buy! Doesn't even matter much what veggies, as long as they go good together
#16
Really soup is my favorite food right now.
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#17
see user title

garlic soup and mushroom soup are my favourites probably


Gozd in gora poj,
silen ženimo hrup,
uboga gmajna, le vpup, le vkup,
le vkup, le vkup z menoj,
staro pravdo v mrak tulimo,
da se pretulimo skozi to zimo
#18
Cupboards distressingly bare. Will have to go shopping for soup items tomorrow.

Thinking curried sweet potato. or ?
#20
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Nah, not a fan of curry soups. Like mulligatawny or whatever is ungood yo. British takes on Indian food is generally ungood.

Well, Heinz mulligatawny does suck pretty bad.

I usually find a bit of curry powder and cayenne gives soups made with stuff like sweet potato or squashes a bit of a lift, 'cos they're a bit dull otherwise.
#21
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french onion yes


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french onion



French Onion Soup!
French Onion Soup!
By yourself
or in a group
French OOOOOOONION!
#22
Quote by slapsymcdougal
Well, Heinz mulligatawny does suck pretty bad.

I usually find a bit of curry powder and cayenne gives soups made with stuff like sweet potato or squashes a bit of a lift, 'cos they're a bit dull otherwise.

Yeah huu on cayenne, makes homemade tomato soup the most baller thing
#25
^ nice


Gozd in gora poj,
silen ženimo hrup,
uboga gmajna, le vpup, le vkup,
le vkup, le vkup z menoj,
staro pravdo v mrak tulimo,
da se pretulimo skozi to zimo
#26



Need some ramen love.
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#27
Sinigang soup is underrated
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#28
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Sinigang soup is underrated



I don't think I've ever eaten it as a soup. We put it on rice.
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#29
I regularly make rice noodle soup. Usually with a miso stock, occasionally switching it out with fermented beancurd (usually of a chilli variety). Simple, calming to make, and rewarding to eat.

However, I don't know if you're meant to boil certain vegetables, or fry them and then add them. Obviously tofu is fried to a brown crisp, but what of peppers? Do any of the more cooking-knowledgable folks prefer to straight boil the flavour of the peppers into the noodles, or do they prefer to fry them, despite the oil?
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#30
This might seem odd, but one thing that people do is they actually slightly fry the vegetables, add a broth of sorts and then thicken to make a sauce. This is then put on top of the rice noodle soup. Sec, I'll find an example

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雪菜鸭丝湯米
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#31
Ah, I see. Thank you: I'll give it a go. I try and eat well when possible and the making of it can be very relaxing. Naturally the levels of salt in my blood are currently 10x the usual.
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#32


The stuff on top in that particular bowl is like, preserved cabbage, carrot julienne, beansprouts, spring onions and duck. You'd put this in a stock, usually just water and chicken stock powder as is typical in HK, thicken with a little cornflour and then add oyster sauce at the end.
#33
Outta interest, what are those very large onion/leek-like vegetables you often get in ramen noodle soups? Or the almost chewy sweet potato that's usually sliced up and put in some? I know the crabstick (which I don't eat, veggie blah blah etc) but I'm struggling to find the stuff over here, even after asking in dedicated stores for ingredients...
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#35
I dont understand they sell it at my local Mizu and I can't for the life of me figure out what they are they're way larger than spring onions

idk I guess I'll just ask the staff. thanks for you advice, anyhow, haha. What I make tastes nice but I always feel like I'm guessing too much
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#37
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I dont understand they sell it at my local Mizu and I can't for the life of me figure out what they are they're way larger than spring onions

idk I guess I'll just ask the staff. thanks for you advice, anyhow, haha. What I make tastes nice but I always feel like I'm guessing too much

Please report back, I'm curious too now
#38
Wait, so are you looking for something that resembles leek/onion but is not leek, onion or spring onion?
#40
Does it more resemble an onion or a leek in appearance?

I googled 'leek like vegetable' and got fennel as a result
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