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post #21 of 39

Great soup.

Great post.

Great qview.

Great tutorial.

 

Points

 

Disco

post #22 of 39
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I'll be another to steal that recipe, Foam.  Looks easy and great tasting.

 

Ever tried it with a good splash of wine added?  I'm wondering if that wouldn't work with the tomatoes.

 

Or would you consider that a sacrilege?

 

Good luck and good smoking.

 

I don't even consider beans in chili sacrilege, although I worry about those who insist on it.....LOL 

 

Thanks, Its a pretty good recipe and it, like most of my recipes, can easily be customized for your heightened dining appreciation!

post #23 of 39
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Great soup.

Great post.

Great qview.

Great tutorial.

 

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Disco

 

Thank you kind sir. Been missing you around here lately, getting the yard and garden all winterized?

post #24 of 39

Wow!  I had to bump this up one more time, not only does the soup look fantastic and the "Q" is great but thanks to you, I learned another great trick this morning.... All this time, we are buying shrimp sauce when we had it for free.   

 

"Always save the shells and make broth to add to any pot cooking shrimp, it just adds to the shrimps flavor intensity which is very delicate with good shrimp to begin with."  

 

Thanks for the great posting..  

 

John  

 

 

 

 

 

post #25 of 39
That looks real good! Here in Minnesota it's soup and stew season. This looks like one I need to cook. My specialties are: French onion, Gumbo, squash bisque, chuckwagan stew, cioppino, minestrone, cheese burger soup, Germsn potato, and split pea, my wife does the chille. Soups and stews are all I like about Minnesota winters.
post #26 of 39
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I don't even consider beans in chili sacrilege, although I worry about those who insist on it.....LOL 

 

Thanks, Its a pretty good recipe and it, like most of my recipes, can easily be customized for your heightened dining appreciation!

 

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Thank you kind sir. Been missing you around here lately, getting the yard and garden all winterized?

Well, golf season just ended here in the mountains and I have been busy in the yard. I hope to spend more time smoking and on the forums over the winter.

post #27 of 39
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Originally Posted by Old Bones View Post
 

Wow!  I had to bump this up one more time, not only does the soup look fantastic and the "Q" is great but thanks to you, I learned another great trick this morning.... All this time, we are buying shrimp sauce when we had it for free.   

 

"Always save the shells and make broth to add to any pot cooking shrimp, it just adds to the shrimps flavor intensity which is very delicate with good shrimp to begin with."  

 

Thanks for the great posting..  

 

John  

 

 

 

 

 

 

You know, I always try to make shell stock even if I am frying so I can freeze it for another day. I do the same with crawfish. We freeze the shrimp shells on, and as long as they stay under water frozen I have had them last thirty years and be as fresh as the day they were put up. Best freezer containers for seafood are the old waxed milk cartons. Throw the seafood in, cover with water, freeze and they seriously last forever.

 

Another thing you can look for in the grocery is clam juice. In small quantities most folks will think its whatever seafood taste you are cooking with. Just for an added kick.

 

Oh and thank you for the compliment.

post #28 of 39
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That looks real good! Here in Minnesota it's soup and stew season. This looks like one I need to cook. My specialties are: French onion, Gumbo, squash bisque, chuckwagan stew, cioppino, minestrone, cheese burger soup, Germsn potato, and split pea, my wife does the chille. Soups and stews are all I like about Minnesota winters.

 

Thank goodness I just ate or the stock pots whould be on the counter! LOL

 

You know its a good thing you live in the land of ten thousand lakes? Its cold enough so you can enjoy all those great sounding soups each year. I love French onion, heck I like fresh Bermuda onions in a cream sauce.... Mmmmmm...... Onions and garlic = good!

post #29 of 39
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Well, golf season just ended here in the mountains and I have been busy in the yard. I hope to spend more time smoking and on the forums over the winter.

 

Pasture pool! I have tried playing in the mountains where you play up and down as opposed to left and right like we play at sea-level. LOL... like I might have ever mastered left and right. I played, but there is a lot in what George Carlin had to say about it.

post #30 of 39
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Pasture pool! I have tried playing in the mountains where you play up and down as opposed to left and right like we play at sea-level. LOL... like I might have ever mastered left and right. I played, but there is a lot in what George Carlin had to say about it.

As a left wing supporter all my life, his thoughts on turning golf courses into low cost housing has merit. However, I am enough of an old white geezer to enjoy pounding the little white ball.

post #31 of 39

Great looking soup! Went back and looked at some of your other shrimp posts. Mighty jealous of all that amazing shrimp! points1.png

post #32 of 39
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As a left wing supporter all my life, his thoughts on turning golf courses into low cost housing has merit. However, I am enough of an old white geezer to enjoy pounding the little white ball.

 

 

The Hippy Dippy Weatherman!  Laugh-in started some great comedians.

post #33 of 39
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Great looking soup! Went back and looked at some of your other shrimp posts. Mighty jealous of all that amazing shrimp! points1.png

 

Thank you kind sir, all the bounty of game and seafood sort of off sets the mosquitos, politicians and hurricanes.

post #34 of 39

I will have to file that recipe away for when i want a lighter corn and shrimp soup . The recipe i use has cream ,butter ,  cream cheese and cream of potato soup as the base . more of a corn and shrimp chowder.

post #35 of 39

That looks GREAT!!!!  I`ll be trying that one.  Already had to scrape my windshield a couple of times last month--its soup weather here.  Neat thing is, Miss Linda isn`t much for seafood, so I`ll be forced to eat it all myself.  LOL  

 

Looking forward to you Golden Chowder.

 

:points:

 

Gary

post #36 of 39
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I will have to file that recipe away for when i want a lighter corn and shrimp soup . The recipe i use has cream ,butter ,  cream cheese and cream of potato soup as the base . more of a corn and shrimp chowder.

 

I have a thick one also, lots of cream. Never thought of cream cheese though.

 

This one is sort of a lighter soup. You can enjoy it in summer when both the corn and shrimps are fresh. I usually use my frozen corn with the cream base. Don't get me wrong its good also.

 

Try it, I bet you'll like it.

post #37 of 39
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Originally Posted by GaryHibbert View Post
 

That looks GREAT!!!!  I`ll be trying that one.  Already had to scrape my windshield a couple of times last month--its soup weather here.  Neat thing is, Miss Linda isn`t much for seafood, so I`ll be forced to eat it all myself.  LOL  

 

Looking forward to you Golden Chowder.

 

:points:

 

Gary

 

I like it. Try it, its pretty tastee. And it doesn't weigh ya down, you can enjoy seconds. I had forgot all about the golden chowder, its basically sweet taters and lump crab.

 

And thank you sir.

post #38 of 39

Foam,,,,,another great job!!! Looks very tasty!!!!

 

DS

post #39 of 39
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Thank you DS.

 

 I appreciate the compliment.

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