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    Soup Help

    It's going to be a couple of drab, dank and miserable days coming up so I thought I'd make me some soup. I've got a nice double smoked ham hock on the go in the stock pot. Now I just need some ideas of what to put with it,spilt green peas, lentils,white beans, all of them or none of the above. Or something completelt different. What say ye?

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    I'd use the white beans, and add some greens to it. Maybe cabbage, Chard or spinach. Put some potatoes in to thicken it up a bit.
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    I've used a 15 bean mix I buy at the store for chili and casseroles. Soak them overnight first and you've got enough variety to make you look like a gourmet.

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    It's hard to beat a nice pot of split pea soup. Here's a recipe.

    http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/fo...-Pea-Soup-1919
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    I'll vote for lentils. Toss in an onion, nicely chopped and a few carrots for color & flavor. Throw in a handful of chopped celery at the last minute. Keeps it crunchy. You'll be set for meals for a while.

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