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My husband and I spent our honeymoon in Rome and Paris. Of both places, our favortite was by far Paris. Not only was it the city of romance, but it was just full of beautiful sights and places to see. But, to top it all off, as amazing as the food in Rome was, the food in Paris was just outstanding. We tried so many different dishes. They were so completely different than anything we had ever tried which made them absolutely amazing.
One of our favorites while we were there was French Onion Soup. We knew we had to try French onion soup in France, and luckily, it was very cold while we were there (mid April), so we were able to truly enjoy it on multiple occasions. We loved it so much that when we got back, we looked for places to enjoy this here in Miami. We were happy to find a place right by where we live, but boy do they over price that soup! So instead, now we make it at home with this awesome recipe from my Crock pot. It is so simple and just as delicious as the Parisian one!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Tammilee Tips.
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Quick Tip: Add some fried onions for a crunch over the top