Rainy day soup

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buzzy

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With the weather being rainy with storm coming thought we’d make a big pot of chicken corn soup. Corn from the garden & chickens from the barn makes for a bangin soup. Decided to can some to save freezer space.
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Jars after the pressure canning.
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Saved some for supper.
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Thanks for looking
 
That's gotta be good! Especially with home raised chickens and corn! And even better with your weather.

Ryan
 
Recipe? Where's the recipe?
Sorry can't help out with a recipe because the wife makes it without one. Best I can do is give a little insight. She roasts a whole chicken. A good size roaster. Then lets it cool down to pick off meat. Puts that in big stock pot with 3 gallon bags of corn thawed & drained corn. Adds broth from roaster. She freezes broth from other times she cooks chicken an adds that as needed. (thawed) Brings to a boil then simmers for a while. Add salt & pepper to taste. Not sure how long. Maybe 2 hours. Then brings back to a boil to add rivals. Done & ready to eat. Wish I could give more detailed recipe. Hope this helps.
 
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