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  1. Feb 18,  · I do the same thing with bones—store them in the freezer after meals. When I have enough, I simmer them in salted water for an hour or two on the stove OR in a slow cooker for 24 hours and then strain. Here’s a detailed post on bone broth. Vegetable soup. As with fermentation, you don’t need to follow exact measurements for soup.
  2. The dumbest thing a kid can do in his high school career is to piss off the toughest kid in school, especially on the first damn day. It’s the equivalent of social suicide. But Daniel, aloof to the rules of high school, doesn’t do this, and the yet again pisses Johnny off by talking to Ali.
  3. There are several unconventional ingredients used in soups, such as rats, snakes, etc., and the most unthinkable parts are used to create the most original’s end with a little history lesson. Archaeologists believe that the first soup dates back to BC, and it was a hippopotamus soup.
  4. Dec 18,  · Without The Soup, the words Spaghetti Cat, Chicken Tetrazzini, and Cupcake Dog would mean nothing. And if they don't meaning anything to you, for shame! Let's remedy that right now.
  5. Beautiful Soup Documentation¶ Beautiful Soup is a Python library for pulling data out of HTML and XML files. It works with your favorite parser to provide idiomatic ways of navigating, searching, and modifying the parse tree. It commonly saves programmers hours or days of work.
  6. The Soup lady likes nothing more than to hear about soup that makes an impression on others. Here is a letter from reader Howard Summers who reminisces about two soups for hard times: Catsup Soup and Stone Soup. Dear Soup Lady.
  7. DIRECTIONS. Add oil to stock pot over medium heat. Add chopped onion and celery. Heat over medium heat for about 5 minutes (or until tender). Add water and bouillon cubes.
  8. Before you dip your spoon into your bowl of soup, sprinkle, drizzle, swirl or squeeze a little extra beauty on top. Here are four creative soup-topper ideas, but these are just a jumping-off point-anything goes! Pictured Recipe: Garden-Fresh Asparagus Soup. 1. More Veggies. We always love an excuse to add more vegetables to a meal.

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