@speediedelivery Uhhh… My wife makes it. No recipe. Most everything she cooks has no recipe. She adds what we have. When we have tons of tomatoes from the garden… Tomato soup! We also freeze tomatoes (skins off) for use in the winter.
I know she puts tomatoes to simmer down, adds a little can of tomato paste to help thicken & speed up the process, adds milk, chopped browned onions, usually chopped celery &/or carrot, a crispy bacon crumbled up, parsley and uhhh… that may be it. salt/pepper?
I like to help her in the kitchen, though she usually always cooks, I do dishes. She’s asleep or I’d go ask her…
@mfladd damn. I was feeling nostalgic already. I’m not a fan of peas in dishes. I would however eat split pea soup that my dad made. I don’t think I’ve had any since he passed away. I’m a little misty eyed now.
@mfladd@RiotDemon same. My Dad would make that three or four times every winter. We just used his recipe after Christmas this year and it was wonderful. But I add more bacon bits and diced ham than he did when we were growing up because we can afford to.
@mfladd@RiotDemon same, i can’t stand peas, but i love pea soup. my aunt makes a good one. (i also admit i really like the canned healthy choice pea soup with ham, not sure if they still make it or not.)
@Crood@UncleVinny I’ve had this is Korea, served scalding hot in a small earthenware crock. Cooked with the ginger and very hot peppers, with kimchi and washed down with the local root liqour, it’s a whole body suana …
Bean and polish sausage is the correct answer but I like the listed varieties. I’ve also had awesome Reuben soup as well as stuffed pepper soup. My vote was tomato and the implied grilled cheese sandwich.
@testoclesarroyo i liked what you said until you said tomato soup, with the grilled cheese sandwich tomato soup is a garnish and complements that sandwich, which is still tasty without the tomato soup.