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4B's House Recipe for Tomato Soup

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    Posted: 23 July 2013 at 17:25
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When I make this (probably in the autumn or winter), I will provide a little history of the restaurant chain in the pictorial.....
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I finally was able to make this a few days ago, 7 October, and enjoyed it immensely. This was a spur-of-the-moment thing, so there were no photos; however, I was really, really impressed with the taste, which was just as I remember it being from the 4B's.

I followed the recipe, except for a few small changes, two due to whim and the other two due to available ingredients:

For some crazy reason, we had no sugar at all on hand; no honey, no brown sugar etc. Because of this, I used a non-caloric sugar substitute that we had (Splenda, I think).

We had no cream of any kind on had, either; I was going to dice some cream cheese and add it, but instead just added milk.

I used a very small onion that - when diced - probably amounted to 2 or 2.5 tablespoons, instead of 1.

I added a minced garlic clove, just because.

At the request of my youngest son, I also gave it a whirl with my wand-type blender, in order to transform it from a chunky tomato soup into a smooth one.

If you like tomato soup - even a little bit - you will love this! My only regret is that I didn't have a couple of grilled cheese or grilled ham and cheese sandwiches to go with it. Give it a shot and let me know what you think -

Ron
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