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Soups: Classic Comforts

Soups: Classic Comforts
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Six more soup recipes.

Comfort food comes in many forms, and we all have our personal favorites, but it’s hard to deny the warm, soothing security of a bowl of soup — especially when the leaves are piling up outside and the wind’s rattling the windowpanes.

Each of the dishes we’ve included here carries personal meaning for me — mainly because I’m cuckoo for good soup and I love to make it — but also because they all come from family, friends, and my own dog-eared recipe files.


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One Response to Soups: Classic Comforts

  1. Larry Goelz January 12, 2008 at 3:26 pm #

    Made Maha’s Lentil soup. It was wonderful. The subtle tastes were just great. It was very “thick” and required additional water each time I had a bowl. About the best lentil soup I have ever tasted! Hope Maha has more recipes. Thanks Maha!

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