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My Mother's Chicken Soup

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Five spoons (Raeann) from WASHINGTON,iNDIANA on 11/5/2001 9:25:00 AM

IT IS A VERY TASTY SOUP. IT HAS A LOT OF GOOD HEALTHY VEGATABLES IN IT.I'M A DIABETIC AND IT FITS IN MY DIET.

Five spoons Anonymous from Australia on 5/9/2006 3:45:00 AM

Five spoons Anonymous on 5/15/2001 9:26:00 AM

Five spoons DonniD from Victoria BC on 6/12/2004 6:48:00 PM

I would recommend a different approach to yummy chicken soup. Head on down to your local butcher and ask if they have some fresh chicken bones. (grain fed, hormone and steroid free of course). I bet he offers you all he has because it costs him money to dispose of them. Substitute the bones for the chicken and instead grill up a couple of breasts and chunk them up for the meat in the soup. Much tastier and your chicken in the soup doesnt taste like a bunch of cardboard. Keep Cookin!

Five spoons WestCoastDonni from Victoria BC on 6/12/2004 6:48:00 PM

I would recommend a different approach to yummy chicken soup. Head on down to your local butcher and ask if they have some fresh chicken bones. (grain fed, hormone and steroid free of course). I bet he offers you all he has because it costs him money to dispose of them. Substitute the bones for the chicken and instead grill up a couple of breasts and chunk them up for the meat in the soup. Much tastier and your chicken in the soup doesnt taste like a bunch of cardboard. Keep Cookin!

Five spoons WestCoastDonni from Victoria BC on 6/12/2004 6:48:00 PM

I would recommend a different approach to yummy chicken soup. Head on down to your local butcher and ask if they have some fresh chicken bones. (grain fed, hormone and steroid free of course). I bet he offers you all he has because it costs him money to dispose of them. Substitute the bones for the chicken and instead grill up a couple of breasts and chunk them up for the meat in the soup. Much tastier and your chicken in the soup doesnt taste like a bunch of cardboard. Keep Cookin!

Five spoons WestCoastDonni from Victoria BC on 6/12/2004 6:47:00 PM

I would recommend a different approach to yummy chicken soup. Head on down to your local butcher and ask if they have some fresh chicken bones. (grain fed, hormone and steroid free of course). I bet he offers you all he has because it costs him money to dispose of them. Substitute the bones for the chicken and instead grill up a couple of breasts and chunk them up for the meat in the soup. Much tastier and your chicken in the soup doesnt taste like a bunch of cardboard. Keep Cookin!

Five spoons WestCoastDonni from Victoria BC on 6/12/2004 6:47:00 PM

I would recommend a different approach to yummy chicken soup. Head on down to your local butcher and ask if they have some fresh chicken bones. (grain fed, hormone and steroid free of course). I bet he offers you all he has because it costs him money to dispose of them. Substitute the bones for the chicken and instead grill up a couple of breasts and chunk them up for the meat in the soup. Much tastier and your chicken in the soup doesnt taste like a bunch of cardboard. Keep Cookin!

Five spoons DonniD from Victoria BC on 6/12/2004 6:49:00 PM

I would recommend a different approach to yummy chicken soup. Head on down to your local butcher and ask if they have some fresh chicken bones. (grain fed, hormone and steroid free of course). I bet he offers you all he has because it costs him money to dispose of them. Substitute the bones for the chicken and instead grill up a couple of breasts and chunk them up for the meat in the soup. Much tastier and your chicken in the soup doesnt taste like a bunch of cardboard. Keep Cookin!

Five spoons DonniD from Victoria BC on 6/12/2004 6:49:00 PM

I would recommend a different approach to yummy chicken soup. Head on down to your local butcher and ask if they have some fresh chicken bones. (grain fed, hormone and steroid free of course). I bet he offers you all he has because it costs him money to dispose of them. Substitute the bones for the chicken and instead grill up a couple of breasts and chunk them up for the meat in the soup. Much tastier and your chicken in the soup doesnt taste like a bunch of cardboard. Keep Cookin!




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