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WHO THE FACK IS SOUP COMMENT GUY [Oct. 1st, 2003|01:34 pm]
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Jayzus. Who is the anonymous person who keeps going on about soup in comments on my journal entries?
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From: alfalfafarmer
2003-10-01 11:38 am (UTC)
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From: (Anonymous)
2003-10-01 11:49 am (UTC)

YOU ARE NOT ANONYMOUS CHAIRKISSER I CAN C YA!

Yum. Soup is probably the best, most flexible, affordable, and digestible (mostly) kind of food there is. This one looks like a winner, and yes, chicken, almost any kind of chicken, if you throw in the bones, makes the stock better. i even throw in the carcasse of the chicken i buy ready-cooked in the supermarket... the ones that sit under the light to stay warm so that you can stop at the HyVee or Safeway and pick up a meal that will go pretty much directly on the table. After everyone has eaten all their favorite bits, I toss the pitiful carrion into a pot with onions, carrots, and celery and make stock. Yeah, that kind of chicken is probably full of strange chemicals, and we'll all die of additive poisoning. But the stock is amazing. I don't even like Chicken, but I really like the soup made from the bones...
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[User Picture]From: m3ani3
2003-10-01 12:07 pm (UTC)

Re: YOU ARE NOT ANONYMOUS CHAIRKISSER I CAN C YA!

just turn off anonymous posting in your LJ

it works better that way
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From: (Anonymous)
2003-10-01 12:08 pm (UTC)

CHAIRKISSER U THINK LYNX IS NOT SHOWLING I POSTA

Yum. Soup is probably the best, most flexible, affordable, and digestible (mostly) kind of food there is. This one looks like a winner, and yes, chicken, almost any kind of chicken, if you throw in the bones, makes the stock better. i even throw in the carcasse of the chicken i buy ready-cooked in the supermarket... the ones that sit under the light to stay warm so that you can stop at the HyVee or Safeway and pick up a meal that will go pretty much directly on the table. After everyone has eaten all their favorite bits, I toss the pitiful carrion into a pot with onions, carrots, and celery and make stock. Yeah, that kind of chicken is probably full of strange chemicals, and we'll all die of additive poisoning. But the stock is amazing. I don't even like Chicken, but I really like the soup made from the bones...
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From: (Anonymous)
2003-10-01 12:10 pm (UTC)

Re: NEVARMIND I SEA IT NOU

Yum. Soup is probably the best, most flexible, affordable, and digestible (mostly) kind of food there is. This one looks like a winner, and yes, chicken, almost any kind of chicken, if you throw in the bones, makes the stock better. i even throw in the carcasse of the chicken i buy ready-cooked in the supermarket... the ones that sit under the light to stay warm so that you can stop at the HyVee or Safeway and pick up a meal that will go pretty much directly on the table. After everyone has eaten all their favorite bits, I toss the pitiful carrion into a pot with onions, carrots, and celery and make stock. Yeah, that kind of chicken is probably full of strange chemicals, and we'll all die of additive poisoning. But the stock is amazing. I don't even like Chicken, but I really like the soup made from the bones...
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From: (Anonymous)
2003-10-01 12:16 pm (UTC)

4 MI PEEPZ ON MI NOU JERNEL (HLP WID ICONZ NEADED!)

Homemade Chicken Soup
Ingredients:

1 tablespoons olive oil
1 large carrot, peeled and sliced
1 whole chicken, breasts removed and reserved 1 celery stalk, sliced
2 onions, diced * teaspoon dried thyme
2 quarts boiling water * cup minced fresh parsley leaves
Salt Ground pepper
2 bay leaves

Preparation:

Heat the oil in a large heavy-bottomed pot and saut* the breasts until they are light brown, about 5 minutes. Remove the breasts and set aside. Add the onions and saut* until translucent, approximately 4 to 5 minutes. Remove and set aside. Cut up the remaining parts of the chicken (not the breasts) into small pieces to allow them to release their juices in the shortest time possible. This is the hardest part of the recipe. If you have a meat cleaver, it makes the job easier, but if you don*t, do the best you can with a chefs knife. Add the pieces to the pot, and cook for 8 to 10 minutes until no longer pink. Return the onion to the pot, reduce the heat to low, cover, and simmer until the chicken releases its juices, about 20 minutes. Add boiling water, reserved chicken breasts, 2 teaspoons of salt, and bay leaves. Cover and simmer until chicken breasts are cooked, about 20 minutes. Increase the heat if necessary.

Remove chicken breasts and set aside. Strain and reserve broth. Skim fat from the broth, reserving 2 tablespoons to be used to cook the vegetables. Add the reserved fat to the soup pot and saut* the remaining onions along with the carrot and celery for about 5 minutes. When the chicken breasts are cool enough to handle, remove and discard the skin and bones. Shred the breast meat into bite sized pieces and add to the pot. Add thyme and reserved broth; simmer until the vegetables are tender. Season with salt and pepper, add parsley and serve. You can also add noodles, orzo, or small pasta shells and cook until tender.

Enjoy!
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From: (Anonymous)
2003-10-01 12:20 pm (UTC)

Re:CASTROW BURNIGN MAN KRU!

Yum. Soup is probably the best, most flexible, affordable, and digestible (mostly) kind of food there is. This one looks like a winner, and yes, chicken, almost any kind of chicken, if you throw in the bones, makes the stock better. i even throw in the carcasse of the chicken i buy ready-cooked in the supermarket... the ones that sit under the light to stay warm so that you can stop at the HyVee or Safeway and pick up a meal that will go pretty much directly on the table. After everyone has eaten all their favorite bits, I toss the pitiful carrion into a pot with onions, carrots, and celery and make stock. Yeah, that kind of chicken is probably full of strange chemicals, and we'll all die of additive poisoning. But the stock is amazing. I don't even like Chicken, but I really like the soup made from the bones...
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