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Let’s talk soups! Now that we have gotten turkey turkey turkey, out of the way, and the season is closing in on us, a warm, filling soup is just the answer to our chilly needs. If you like broccoli and cheese, you’re already one step ahead of this masterpiece. The recipe serves 4-6 people, but of course, for the hungry monsters in your house, you can always double the recipe, and freeze what doesn’t get eaten immediately… Although I doubt you’ll have any leftovers!
If you do happen to have some extra, just refrigerate it and you’ll have a wonderful lunch the next day. We all know soups tend to get better after a day or two, when all the flavors have beautifully blended together! Let’s hear it from our friends over at Food Network:
Excellent meal. I’m a teen who loves to cook and this recipe really impressed me and my parents. I will definetly be making this one again.
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Food Network
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