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October 08, 2012


Paula in NH

I made this for dinner last night. It was OK, but the overall comment was that it was missing something. Still it was better than canned soup.


I appreciate you comments, Paula. Love hearing from you.

You know, it's going to sound weird but what your family might have been missing is a cup of chicken stock in it. I wanted something completely vegetarian (in this instance) but a lot of restaurant-style tomato soups have chicken stock in them. I also limited the sugar but a lot of tomato soups also have about 2-3 times the amount of sugar in them.

Paula in NH

Thanks for the feedback. I reheated the soup the next day and added oregano, basil and celery salt. It was better. I also used whole milk instead of cream so that may have been another problem. I will be making it again.


Good.-- Me too. You know, now that you said that, I actually enjoyed the reheated version the next day better too. It must be the extra time for all the flavors to marry.

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