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January 19, 2007


Lisa (Homesick Texan)

This certainly sounds tasty! I'm curious about the mushrooms, what do they add to the overall flavor?

Stephanie Beack

Lisa, glad you think it sounds good...it really is. The mushrooms don't add much flavor at all, they actually absorb the flavors but do have just a slight earthy freshness. I add them more for a balance of textures and to really give the overall result a good, hearty body.


LOL I love step 7. I'm mean- I won't take Beano. BF can suffer, though chili he has vehemently denied ever wanting to try =( (I also love the "If you like it mild, make minestrone!" comment - I'm not a fan of spicy spicy spicy foods, so that would be me! AH well!) It looks gorgeous and though I love your name just fine, I'm curious so my submission is Scrumptious Yum. Simple and to the poin. Or perhaps... Scrumptious... no, it doesn't matter. I only came up with silly names way too long for practical usage.

Stephanie Beack

Yvo, you can seriously cut back on the spice, and it's still really good. I debated the Beano note, but I really felt I have a duty to my readers. Well, Scrumptious Yum is the only one up for submission at the moment so if I get no more suggestions, you WIN!


This soup(chili? stew?) warmed my innards and curled my toes.

Love the Beano suggestion, then again, did you ever see the movie ‘Blazing Saddles’? :)

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