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  • Weekly Cooking (and related issues) Thread

    09/20/2017 3:27:59 PM PDT · by Jamestown1630 · 65 replies
    I had two dishes in a restaurant recently that I enjoyed so much I came home right away and looked for recipes. The first was a salad of mixed greens with orange, walnut and Gorgonzola, very like this one: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/72876/orange-walnut-gorgonzola-and-mixed-greens-salad-with-fresh-citrus-vinaigrette/However, the dressing was a ‘maple-walnut’ one, of which I found many versions; this one from the website ‘A Salad for All Seasons’ looked closest: MAPLE WALNUT VINAIGRETTE Serves: 1 CUP ˝ cup of extra virgin olive oil Ľ cup of walnut oil 2 Tablespoons of pure maple syrup 3 Tablespoons of apple cider vinegar 1 teaspoon of Dijon mustard 2 Tablespoons...
  • Campbell Soup warehouse will create 160 jobs (Ohio)

    04/21/2017 5:55:54 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 10 replies
    The Courier ^ | April 21, 2017 | Lou Wilin
    Campbell Soup Supply Co. will start construction of a 741,000-square-foot warehouse on Findlay’s north end by June. The warehouse will employ 160 when it opens by summer 2018, south of Hancock County 212 and the McLane Co. distribution center, said Tim Mayle, director of Findlay-Hancock County Economic Development. It will be shipping Campbell Soup to supermarkets and to individuals ordering food online, Mayle said. Plans for the warehouse were approved Thursday by the Findlay City Planning Commission. Separately, NWO (Northwest Ohio Orthopedics & Sports Medicine) won planning commission approval to build a 13,332-square-foot surgery center at the northeast corner of...
  • NATIONAL HOMEMADE SOUP DAY – February 4th

    02/04/2017 1:12:53 PM PST · by heterosupremacist · 75 replies
    National Homemade Soup Day is observed annually on February 4th. Before the era of modern transportation, soup was a product of regionally available foods. For this reason, there are thousands of soup recipes available today. Many soups also have medicinal purposes. What was once considered a wives’ tale, chicken soup now has the backing of the scientific community with helping relieve the symptoms of the common cold. Scientists believe that a bowl of the soup may reduce inflammation of the lungs. It is thought that chicken soup slows down the activity of white blood cells that can cause the inflammation....
  • The Weird Reason You Should Eat More Soup

    01/02/2017 11:24:04 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 53 replies
    Time Magazine ^ | December 15, 2016 | Cynthia Sass, Health.com
    By now, you’ve likely heard of juicing. But what about “souping”? Essentially, instead of downing green juice all day long, this cleanse involves sipping on soup. In my opinion, souping is a better option than stricter cleanses. That said, you certainly don’t need to limit your entire diet to liquid meals in order to take advantage of soup’s health and weight loss benefits. Here, why and how to incorporate some healthful soup into your diet. A study published in the journal Appetite found that when people ate a low-calorie soup (about 130 calories for women and 170 for men) before...
  • Jeep Fans? I am Thinking of Buying a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara

    12/06/2016 5:18:25 PM PST · by Chickensoup · 203 replies
    chickensoup the movie | 12.06.16 | chickensoup
    Jeep Fans? Freeper Husbands! I am Thinking of Buying a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara. I like the vehicle, it is big for me, I am moving from my Golf Diesel. Although I have had Xterras and Mazda MPV (Before they ruined its design) previously. I looked at many new cars and SUV crosses and they all are poorly designed, have lousy visibility and have metal that is so thin it needs to be serviced every few months. I also discovered I need a more butch looking vehicle. All the Suv crossovers look like they were made for Oprah. Teardrop shapes...
  • Parihuela: The Most DELICIOUS Soup You Will Ever Eat

    07/10/2016 4:52:52 PM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 149 replies
    Self | July 10, 2016 | PJ-Comix
    Today I went to a Peruvian restaurant and had my absolute favorite soup of all time. Parihuela. You can see the soup I had in the pic below. It is composed of shrimp, clams, mussels, prawn, crab, calamari, octopus, and special chilis. The liquid is a reddish color. The bowl I had was very large and had enough seafood in it to make a complete meal.
  • Weekly Cooking (and related issues) Thread

    06/01/2016 4:45:27 PM PDT · by Jamestown1630 · 77 replies
    My husband and I live in a delivery food 'desert'. All around us are areas where almost any kind of food can be ordered; but it seems all we can have delivered are mediocre Chinese restaurant food, and Pizza. We're generally tired of both; and I think our Friday nights are going to start including a stop for carryout from someplace interesting. BUT: I never tire of the *soups* from Chinese restaurants, and decided to try making my own egg-drop soup. This is a very simple recipe, and you can add things to it - I usually add a little...
  • Cruz's Post-Honeymoon Splurge: 100 Cans of Soup

    04/14/2016 7:38:49 AM PDT · by winoneforthegipper · 69 replies
    Newser ^ | 04/14/16 | Jenn Gidman
    Ted Cruz showed up Wednesday for a CNN town hall—or what Gawker frames as "another glimpse into the waking hell that is Heidi Cruz’s daily life"—with his wife and two young daughters in tow, and Heidi offered up a personal, if bizarre, nugget of life with the GOP presidential candidate. She dished on what her husband did right after they got back from their honeymoon: bought 100 cans of Campbell's Chunky soup. "I never bought 100 of anything," she told moderator Anderson Cooper. "This was shocking to me, so we had a tough conversation about it. I said, "You don't...
  • Ever thrifty, Dukakis ready for more turkey carcasses

    11/25/2015 7:10:57 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 31 replies
    The Boston Globe ^ | November 25, 2015 | Matt Viser
    You’ve carefully stuffed, cooked, and carved the turkey. You’ve sliced up all the extra pieces, packing them in tin foil for leftovers. And you may think you’ve used every possible aspect of that turkey. You’d be wrong. Before you toss that last bit, Michael Dukakis would very much like your turkey carcass. For decades, inside his tidy kitchen in Brookline, the state’s former governor and onetime Democratic presidential nominee has had a quirky but endearing tradition that is legendary among family and friends. The man is renowned for his thriftiness — he drinks coffee bought in bulk at Costco, at...
  • Campbell Soup Shows 'Real, Real Life' With Commercial Starring Gay Couple

    10/06/2015 10:46:21 PM PDT · by ScottWalkerForPresident2016 · 52 replies
    AdAge ^ | 10/05/2015 | Jessica Wohl.
    Campbell Soup's first major brand push in five years depicts real families, including a gay couple and their son, along with real weather patterns as the soup giant tries to tap into what's really going on in people's lives when it's time for soup. The effort carries the new tagline "Made for Real, Real Life," which aligns with the company's corporate purpose of "real food that matters for life's moments."
  • SIX NOODLE SOUPS THAT AREN'T RAMEN OR PHO — AND WHERE TO GET THEM

    05/21/2015 11:08:57 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 15 replies
    Westword ^ | THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2015 | MARK ANTONATION
    Cool, rainy days are still in the forecast, at least through the weekend, and soup is just the right meal to help chase away the blahs, even if a brimming bowl isn't exactly traditional Memorial Day fare. Ramen and pho have been getting all the love lately, but there are plenty of other Asian noodle soups out there waiting to be slurped, with specialties at hip new hangouts and favorite old haunts. Here are six noodle soups guaranteed to warm you up if the weekend proves too soggy to fire up the grill. 1) Vietnamese Bun Bo Hue Wonderbowl Vietnamese...
  • Weekly Cooking (and things related) Thread

    02/19/2015 3:27:45 PM PST · by Jamestown1630 · 97 replies
    This week, it's Soup and "Bread" (It's freezing here; and Soup's my favorite thing to cook anyway!) When I first developed a serious interest in cooking, my favorite cookbooks were the original 'Laurel's Kitchen' and a Shaker cookbook whose name I've forgotten and can't seem to find cited anywhere. One soup recipe that has stuck with me and remained a favorite is the "Favorite Green Soup" from 'Laurel's Kitchen.' Here is an adaptation of it, a really great soup, very nutritious, with plenty of room for variations. (In our house, it has the undignified name of 'Green Slime Soup' because...
  • Steve’s Butternut Squash Bisque

    12/02/2014 5:18:47 PM PST · by lifeofgrace · 23 replies
    Charting Course ^ | 12/2/2014 | Steve Berman
    Okay, I like to cook.  I made this butternut squash bisque for Thanksgiving, and took it to my in-laws, where we devoured it and fought for the leftovers.  It's so good, I made it again, wrote down all the ingredients, remeasured everything, and made it into a real recipe. Here it is so you can try it. Makes about 8-10 servings.  It will take you a good hour or two to make this. Ingredients:1 medium butternut squash – peeled, seeded and cut into ˝” cubes (6 cups) 3 med yellow squash (4 if they are small) – seeded and cut...
  • Would you eat “nuclear soup”? Japanese artists serve broth made with Fukushima-grown vegetables

    10/30/2014 6:46:27 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 29 replies
    RocketNews ^ | 2014/10/30 | Philip Kendall
    Would you eat “nuclear soup”? Japanese artists serve broth made with Fukushima-grown vegetables Philip Kendall 17 hours ago Would you eat a bowl of soup made mainly with vegetables grown in Fukushima Prefecture? What if the cook swore to you that everything that went into the soup had been tested and was safe for human consumption? Would you be able to push all thoughts of Fukushima Daiichi, contaminated groundwater and Blinky the three-eyed fish out of your mind long enough to risk a spoonful? A pair of artists from Japan recently gave visitors to the Frieze Art Fair in London...
  • Regulators and Bureaucrats Vs The Soup Nazi

    10/19/2014 11:58:47 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 7 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | October 19, 2014 | Gayle Trotter
    Episode 115 of “Seinfeld” featured a gruff entrepreneur who ran a soup stand offering the best soup in New York City. “You can’t eat this soup standing up, your knees buckle,” Jerry Seinfeld explained to Elaine. “There’s only one caveat — the guy who runs the place is a little temperamental, especially about the ordering procedure,” Jerry said. “He’s secretly referred to as the Soup Nazi” because if you don’t order right, “He yells and you don’t get your soup.” No one liked the Soup Nazi — but everyone loved his soup! Despite his grumpy, rude and domineering demeanor, the...
  • NBC Doctor Who Ignored Ebola Quarantine Issues Apology

    10/15/2014 11:55:28 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 80 replies
    WWOR-TV ^ | October 15, 2014 | Tamara Laine
    (VIDEO-AT-LINK)Hopewell, New Jersey - NBC's Chief Medical Correspondent, Dr. Nancy Snyderman, violated her voluntary quarantine when she left her home to go get a sandwich at the Pleasant Grill in Hopewell, New Jersey. Dr. Snyderman was in Liberia when her cameraman contracted Ebola, which is why her and her team are under quarantine. Dr. Snyderman issued an apology, but some people are saying she dodged responsibility for her actions and she threw her crew members under the bus. “While under voluntary quarantine guidelines, which called for our team to avoid public contact for 21 days, members of our group violated...
  • Quarantines Are for the Little People: NBC's Nancy Snyderman Breaks Ebola Confinement to Get Soup

    10/14/2014 4:12:39 AM PDT · by servo1969 · 23 replies
    rushlimbaugh.com ^ | 10-13-2014 | Rush Limbaugh
    RUSH: Of course there's also news the NBC chief medical correspondent, not to be confused with Engel, this is Nancy Snyderman, good friends of Hillary, there's a reason for that. They share anatomical features. But, nevertheless, they're big buds. And Nancy Snyderman has been accused of violating the Ebola quarantine to visit her favorite soup restaurant, and this has forced the entire crew into manned isolation. "The NBC News crew exposed to Ebola were forced into mandatory quarantine after chief medical correspondent Nancy Snyderman violated their voluntary isolation to visit her favorite soup restaurant." Ms. Snyderman is a medical doctor....
  • What's Your Favorite Clam Chowder Recipe?

    09/30/2014 6:17:41 PM PDT · by Randy Larsen · 78 replies
    9/30/2014 | Randy Larsen
    Were creeping into fall, and now is time to start thinking of those cooler months before winter arrives. Fall to me means Chowder.
  • ‘A Soup of Misery’: Over Half of People Say They’d Abandon Their Cable Company, if Only They Could

    06/06/2014 4:19:10 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 50 replies
    Washington Post ^ | Brian Fung
    Frustrated with rising prices? Check. Keep getting hit with more fees and charges? Check. You're paying for more channels than you'd ever want to watch? Check. These are just a handful of the most common complaints consumers have when it comes to grappling with cable companies. And it's not just anecdotal: A survey of subscribers on the nation's biggest cable providers has found that more than half of Americans would abandon their cable provider if they felt they could. Cable rage is real, and here's the data to prove it. Fifty-three percent of respondents to a recent survey said they'd...
  • Woman Finds Huge Silverfish Bug in Soup Served in New York Restaurant

    03/15/2014 11:57:13 AM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 37 replies
    Yahoo! News ^ | |March 14, 2014 | Will Lerner
    It’s been a rough week in terms of eaters finding disgusting things in their food. There was Jon Hughes of North Wales, who found a dead shrew inside his bag of potato chips , and Robin Sandusky of New York who found a lizard’s head and arm inside her salad . Making this a trifecta is Natalie Estrella, who found a large, disgusting bug in her soup from a New York restaurant, as WPIX 11 News reports. After finding the bug (and taking a picture), she alerted her waiter. The waiter took the soup away and disposed of the bug,...