Cream of bologna
Rubber band bisque
Cream of bologna
Ya know now that you mention it the last time I had clam chowder thats about what it tasted like…rubber bands
Now give me a nice steaming bowl of home made beef veggie with a spoon full of mustard…droll and some cursty bread
See now ya done it…Now I have to go make a pot of soup
hope i didn’t mess up a poetry theam or anything
i like tomato. mmmmmm.
Cream of Coworker
Kitten Placenta Gumbo
Creamy Puss Filled Scab
I don’t remember who said it, but once a critic of those “cream” soups did mention that with cream, even sawdust would taste good.
Cream of shrimp!
Ooops, those are real!!!
[sub]I kinda like them.[/sub] :eek:
Cream of Koosh-ball.
Rubber Duckie Ragout.
And the ever popular Termite Nest Chili! (Served with wood chips?)
Good 'ole soup. Nice to see it getting the adoration it deserves.
Betelnut Broth with spittle
Split Pee Soup
Or Spit Pea Soup, for that matter.
Oh heck, why not–or maybe you’d prefer Spit Pee?.
There should be a banana soup…just so I can order it at a restaurant.
To ask is to recieve:
Sweet Banana and Coconut Milk Soup: Che Chuoi
Recipe courtesy Corinne Trang, Authentic Vietnamese Cooking, Simon & Schuster, 1999
1 cup canned unsweetened coconut milk
1 cup water
1/4 cup tapioca pearls
1/2 cup sugar
Pinch coarse sea salt
1 1/2 ripe bananas, peeled and diced, or 1 cup fresh sweet yellow corn kernels
Toasted sesame seeds
Bring the coconut milk and 1 cup water to a boil. Reduce heat to medium-low, stir in the tapioca pearls, sugar, and salt, and cook until tapioca pearls are translucent, about 30 minutes. Add banana or fresh corn kernels and cook for 10 minutes more.
Divide among 4 bowls, garnish each with a sprinkle or 2 of sesame seeds, and serve hot, at room temperature, or chilled.
Yield: 4 servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 40 minutes
Soup. Fah. That’s not a meal. That’s an overly thickened drink.
Soupe a la bunion
Chicken ‘n’ phlegm
Egg dropping soup
Old-Fashioned Yarn and Chipmunk
Cream of tuna
chunky milk and shiny meat
Cream of (dish that didn’t get all eaten last night, so they put in more “broth” and called it soup)
That’s how we got “cream of chicken a la king” and “cream of rice a roni” in high school. I wish I were kidding.