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canmac2 
Posted: 24-May-2002, 09:54 PM
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INGREDIENTS FOR 12 SERVINGS:

3/4 pound Neck of Mutton
3 quarts Water
2 pounds Potatoes
1 piece Turnip
3 Onions
1 Carrot
Salt and Pepper to taste
Curry Powder

INSTRUCTIONS:
Place Mutton in pot with Cold Water and bring to a boil.
Chop the Potatoes, Turnip and Onions and add to the soup.
Add Salt and Pepper to taste and boil for 1 1/2 hours.
Add Grated Carrot.
Soup is ready when Potatoes are pulped and soup is thick.
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Have Curry on table to add to individual taste.


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Posted: 24-May-2002, 10:25 PM
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Ohhh!  I love potato soup.  It is my fav.  Yummy! I always bake a pan of cornbread to serve with it.  Baked in a cast iron skillet.  

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Posted: 24-May-2002, 10:35 PM
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Don't forget the Curry Powder, it makes all the difference!! (d)
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:D OK guys take this recipe don't make soup make a very thick stew, put on a pastery crust, fold in 1/2. Bake till brown. You now have Pasties. A popular food in Michigan's UP, where there was a large population of Welch miners.
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Is there anything I substitute for mutton? This sounds like a great crock pot recipe! Thanks for posting it!


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  Posted: 02-Jun-2002, 09:29 PM
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In the UP they make beef and chicken. Beef is the one you see the most; guess it's because they had to get rid of that blue ox. :D
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Stop it!!! You're making me hungry biggrin.gif

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Potato soup has always been served in my family and with my close circle of friends..Just can't beat it when it comes to eating something that will 'stick to your ribs' and keep you content until you finish that great book on a starry eve ~smile~ My Papa Bluefeather always adds about 1-2 cans of beer to his stock..we don't use meat in it but, there isn't one vegetable that isn't allowed to go into a big pot of potato soup ~smile~ And just when it is served to you in that deep bowl, we always shred a fresh cheese of our choice on top of it! Talk about yummy! ~grin~


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QUOTE (freekenny @ 17-Jul-2004, 10:40 PM)
Potato soup has always been served in my family and with my close circle of friends..Just can't beat it when it comes to eating something that will 'stick to your ribs' and keep you content until you finish that great book on a starry eve ~smile~ My Papa Bluefeather always adds about 1-2 cans of beer to his stock..we don't use meat in it but, there isn't one vegetable that isn't allowed to go into a big pot of potato soup ~smile~ And just when it is served to you in that deep bowl, we always shred a fresh cheese of our choice on top of it! Talk about yummy! ~grin~

Your making me drool freekenny!

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Potato soup tomorrow it will be. It is suppose to snow. Anyone have any good beer cheese soup recipes for the crock pot?? I love beer cheese soup... chef.gif
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Recipe Name: BACON POTATO SOUP
Category: SOUP
Serves: 4

1/4 pound Bacon diced
1/4 cup Celery
3 Leeks
2 Tables Flour
2 cups Water
2 cups Milk
2 medium Potatoes peeled and diced
Salt and pepper to taste
1 teaspo Parsley chopped

Slice the leeks lengthwise. Remove the root end and most of the green end. Slice the leeks across the grain and soak in water until needed. Add the bacon pieces to a heavy saucepan and cook until brown. Add the celery and leeks. Cook until just soft. Add the flour and cook for 3 minutes. Add the water and milk. Slowly bring to a boil. Reduce the heat, add the potatoes and simmer for 1 hour (or until the vegetables are tender). Check the seasonings. Serve warm, garnished with parsley .


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