Re: [sig] soup ideas?
- Add wine to the soup shortly before serving it (just
long enough to cook off _most_ of the alchohol). That
_really_ makes a soup or stew rich and flavorful. For
beef and lamb and strong, rich meats, this works
especially well. Can't document it, but I can see a
rich medieval merchant showing off by putting wine -
not a cheap commodity - in some of his dishes, to
impress his guests....
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> I'm cooking a soup kitchen for an event soon, and
> just found out my budget
> is a _lot_ more than I anticipated. (NZ$350 (About
> $220 US) for soup for 100
> people, which is about what I spent on my first
> feast of 40).
> So, anyone got a suggestion for a soup recipe, which
> doesn't have to be
> budget-aware? I've got some beef and lamb stock
> bubbling away now, so using
> that would help.
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