How to make it

  • In large stock pot, saute onion and garlic in butter until softened.
  • Stir in flour and blend well. Cook until bubbly.
  • Add beef broth, tomato puree, vinegar and seasoninings.
  • Bring to a boil.
  • Reduce heat and simmer 40 minutes.
  • (At this point mixture can be chilled overnight. Reheat before proceeding.)
  • Add any vegetables, pasta or rice and simmer 30 minutes.
  • Add any cooked meats and heat through.
  • Serve in bowls.

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  • chrispf 9 years ago
    This sounds like fun... it could be a very interesting soup! I might try it next fall when soup season returns.
    Thanks for the great idea!
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    chefelaine ate it and said...
    Hehehe! This one was hard to rate because you never know what the guests will put into the soup. But -- it sounded like such a fun idea, I rated you five for the ingenuity! :+D
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  • nemo 11 years ago
    Sounds like fun and could be very interesting!
    Unfortunately too random for the Italian family :(
    so i prob. cannot try this one... unless I choose all the ingredients :p haha.....
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  • borinda 11 years ago
    Great idea to make every guest feel they are contributing to the meal. Serve up the breads, salad, and great desserts and what a great party on a nasty, cold night. This sounds cozy. Hooray!
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  • notyourmomma 11 years ago
    Kind of like the Stone soup fable. What a wonderful idea for a dinner. Anyone do a progressive dinner these days? One of the best parties we ever did was a traveling supper from house to house for a 8 couples. It was so much fun.
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