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Unread 10-07-2009, 12:56 AM   #16
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Danggg!!! That looks and sounds great. I would like to have some of those onions and celery still in there. I also love the peas & carrots ,but also like cut up Green beans in mine. But to each his own tastes and soup... But keep it up...
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Oh I think the cream would be amazing with the smokey flavor, think of a good smoked cheese, like gouda...etc they would compliment one another very well!
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This soup sounds excellent. I agree with the cream but I would try it with a little bit that way if you do not like it you wont ruin your masterpiece
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I'd like a big bowl of that soup please. That's a hitter right there!
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I'd like a big bowl of that soup please. That's a hitter right there!
I'll have one sitting on the table for you when I get home tonight.
You bring the Crackers, Please...
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Looks great. Beats the heck out of the Campbell's Chunky in my cupboard!!
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Your soup looks great. My wife is a bit of a soupoligist and uses drippings created in the smoker to compliment most any soup.
So, your smoky soup should be off the hook!
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I'll have one sitting on the table for you when I get home tonight.
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Oyster crackers or saltines? I'll bring the beverages too!
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You know those Royal Magical Rare Mexican Kaskaskian Peppers do the trick every time. See I knew when I sent the super-sized bag it would force you to find other uses for the peppers. Rumor has it the played a role in the discovery of the H1N1 vaccine...... Good job can wait to hear the out come. Any Cherry butter left? Have you tried anyof the other jars? Did Mrs N8 get any of the vaniller peaches. I need to get there before the end of the month. They have a pumpkin patch the close in November for the season.
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Default Night Three....Soups On!!!!

Stopped by the market on the way home and picked up some heavy cream, sour cream and Saltines (Bob, where you at?) Got the pot out of the Fridge and back onto the stove top for the third time....
Look at how thick it has gotten since last night...The Noodles have released their starches into the Broth and worked their Magic.....


Scooped out the first official Bowl without the Heavy Cream....


Slight hint of Hickory Smoke, not overpowering, with subtle tastes of the blended herbs, and cooked vegetables, packing definite heat from the peppers to the back of the palate, down the gullet with sinus clearing properties... Delightful
The next bowl or, rather three, I added a Double Shot glass of Heavy Cream along with a spoonful of Sour Cream...Mighty Delightful.
Sorry, no pix of those, too busy, Nomnomnomnomnomnom...
I think I'm going to leave the Soup Pot Mixture as is and adjust each individual serving to taste.
Cathy said," It is pretty good but, a little too spicy for my delicate, sensitive, flower goddess like being.." Ok...I made some of that up on the fly.....
Womern!!!!
I'm going to Freeze six quarts to have during the colder months, and take some to work tomorrow to share with my pals there....
All in all I consider this a total success and will do it this way again...

Thanx for the comments and checking out my pix.....
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Unread 10-07-2009, 07:13 PM   #27
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Nice soup there N8te
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Nice soup N8!
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Wow, that is one hell of a bowl of soup!
A little word of warning when it comes to freezing soups with noodles though. Last year I spent two days making what I thought was chicken noodle soup nirvana. It really did come out good, but I froze it with the cooked noodles. When I thawed and re-heated it, the noodles broke down into what could best be described as "mush".
If I had to do it over again, I would have frozen everything except the noodles, then just cooked fresh noodles with the soup when I reheated it. You might want to consider doing the same thing and removing the noodles before you freeze it. Up to you though, that soup looks awesome!
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Wow, that is one hell of a bowl of soup!
A little word of warning when it comes to freezing soups with noodles though. Last year I spent two days making what I thought was chicken noodle soup nirvana. It really did come out good, but I froze it with the cooked noodles. When I thawed and re-heated it, the noodles broke down into what could best be described as "mush".
If I had to do it over again, I would have frozen everything except the noodles, then just cooked fresh noodles with the soup when I reheated it. You might want to consider doing the same thing and removing the noodles before you freeze it. Up to you though, that soup looks awesome!
Saiko, thanks for the insight, I hadn't considered the possibilty of the fragile nature of the egg noodles breaking down in the freezing/thawing cycle.
I will indeed, heed your advice and remove the noodles before hand...
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