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Thread: Good Cold Weather Food!

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    Default Good Cold Weather Food!

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    I make a hamburger soup that is simpler.

    Saute onion, garlic, chopped celery and chopped carrots until onion is clear (with butter)
    add 2lbs ground beef, brown and drain
    add beef broth (one of the tall containers, no idea how many ounces), 1tbs of tomato paste (I keep adding to taste) and a can of crushed tomato
    Add dried Italian seasoning to taste (maybe a tablespoon, IDK I don't measure, I smell and taste)
    bring to a boil, reduce to a simmer as long as you want (covered). The longer it simmers the better it tastes
    10 minutes before you want to eat it add any leftover veggies in your fridge and a cup of uncooked macaroni (elbows are best)
    If you add a shit ton of veggies you may have to add more beef broth if too thick, buy 2 containers
    Once pasta is done, so is your soup.

    My small crew eats the shit out of this.
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    I make a vegetable soup that is pretty good, if I do say so myself.

    2 large potatoes (or 3-4 medium sized)
    3 large carrots (or about half a bag of baby carrots)
    3 celery ribs
    2-3 bay leaves

    Peel and dice as necessary, then place in a large pot or stock pot with enough water to cover, and a little bit of salt & pepper. Boil for about 15 minutes, then add:

    Half an onion, diced
    3-4 cloves sliced garlic

    Cook until the potatoes and carrots can be speared with a fork or toothpick. Then, add:

    1 can diced tomatoes and their juice
    1 can navy beans, rinsed and drained
    1 8 oz can of tomato juice (or more, if you want a thinner soup)
    a couple of handfuls of frozen corn

    Reduce heat and let simmer for at least 30 minutes. Meanwhile, cook some small pasta - I use those tiny shells - then drain and blanch them. Add the pasta to the soup right before serving. For leftovers, the pasta will slowly absorb most of the liquid, so add a little more tomato juice before reheating.

    Absolutely delicious with Bisquik type biscuits.
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