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2012/02/07 11:18:39 (permalink)

MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup



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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 12:10:39 (permalink)
    Now you see, there you go again. You come up with a great soup idea, but you can't keep from over-baconing. " />
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 12:23:45 (permalink)
    WOW, Chewy that looks great..............OMG, thats a picture, from a camera, in your Restaurant..........What the Sam Hill is going on.........Great job Buddy.................pnwc
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 14:05:15 (permalink)
    Fantastic!
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 14:13:08 (permalink)
    "over-baconing" - love the term, but not sure it can ever happen ;-) this looks so yummy, and decidedly NOT lo-cal!
     
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 14:22:40 (permalink)
    I'm a bacon lover. But what I love is the aroma while it's cooking (oh, and the bacon fat when cooking other things). If only it could taste as good as it smells.
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 14:33:20 (permalink)
    That looks really good but I'll go for a little less bacon too.
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 14:49:06 (permalink)
    How 'bout a little dab of sour cream and some chives on top of that heavenly concoction?
     
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 15:49:50 (permalink)
    Is that what you serve your customers, or is it a picture for Roadfood?  Because it looks incredible, and unfortunately, we customers do not receive that kind of abundance around here -- we are usually served sprinkles instead.
     
    ALLGOOD's suggestion would make perfect and beautiful even more so.
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 15:53:31 (permalink)
    I meant to mention, isn't the idea of all that bacon because some is intended to go down into the soup?
     
    But, unlike others here I guess, I could never eat enough bacon.
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 15:56:11 (permalink)
    But what's with the el cheapo plastic ware?  (smiley face!  smiley face!)
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 16:04:23 (permalink)

    It is a barbeque joint!  He saves his fine silver for his French Onion Soup.  He even allows one to bring in their  Waterford for their beverage of choice

    post edited by Greymo - 2012/02/07 16:31:43
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 17:06:27 (permalink)
    ALLGOOD

    How 'bout a little dab of sour cream and some chives on top of that heavenly concoction?


    We can do that!
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 17:07:44 (permalink)
    I want to be completely off topic here!
     
    A friend's parents did the neatest thing when they went out to celebrate with their friends who were celebrating a significant anniversary.
     
    They new that their friends always wanted to own Waterford Crystal so they arranged with the restaurant to set their table with Waterford.
     
    They said that the friends sat there staring at the crystal and finally said... do you think they'd miss one?
     
    After the meal was served and prior to the dessert the glasses were taken off of the table and returned, washed and gift boxed for their final destination.
     
    Now... I want a bowl of Chewey's crab bisque.
     
    Too much bacon for me on the soup pictured here.  I think it would overpower.
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/07 17:12:23 (permalink)
    easydoesit

    Is that what you serve your customers, or is it a picture for Roadfood?  Because it looks incredible, and unfortunately, we customers do not receive that kind of abundance around here -- we are usually served sprinkles instead.

    ALLGOOD's suggestion would make perfect and beautiful even more so.

    No way would I skimp on anything ever, that's a typical bowl, it would be embarassing to post a pic and have a Roadfood member come in to try it out, I'd be sunk here. I have a number of regular posters who come in from time to time. I never know when someone I haven't met personally is a poster here.
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/09 16:48:22 (permalink)
    Chewy
     
    No wonder i am going to freeze this weekend from falling in a half frozen lake, you got your groove back and figgered out the camera and posting pics thing WOO HOO!!
     
    I am taking a polar plunge for Special Olympics 2 days from now, last weekend it was 60 degrees and sunny sat's forecast 21 degrees and SNOW!!!!!!!!
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/09 16:58:37 (permalink)
    CK, you'll need a bowl of this soup waiting for you....Good luck! Good cause!!
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/10 14:10:24 (permalink)
    Looks delicious.  The pics remind me of a mac and cheese side I had recently.  It was served in a small ramekin with a garnish of thick-sliced chopped bacon, chopped scallions, and grated sharp cheddar.  Added a nice crunch, and contrast to the creaminess of the mac and cheese.  
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/27 05:46:41 (permalink)
    Oh my looks so tempting. My physician just advised me to cut out my cheese and cold cuts in take because I often get dizzy after having a dose. However, I think I may have to try this one. Hopefully soon when I get home from a long journey.
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/27 17:52:46 (permalink)
    My Soup this week is exactly the same except I've added crumbeled country sausage in with the potatoes bacon and cheese...Is it fattening? Maybe!
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/28 11:52:12 (permalink)
    $7.25 for a bowl of soup served with a cheap-@ss plastic spoon?  No thanks.
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/28 14:47:31 (permalink)
    Hey Chewy
     
    cheap ass plastic spoon or not, I'd eat a bowl or 3 of them.  Im still waiting for my bowl of warm up soup to arrive, u do deliver right?
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/29 14:42:03 (permalink)
    CajunKing

    Hey Chewy

    cheap ass plastic spoon or not, I'd eat a bowl or 3 of them.  Im still waiting for my bowl of warm up soup to arrive, u do deliver right?

    LOL! at your comment on the spoon...The quality and taste of the soup has a lot to do with the spoon...Not! Ridiculous comment by the Treetop guy.

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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/29 14:44:08 (permalink)
    Treetop Tom

    $7.25 for a bowl of soup served with a cheap-@ss plastic spoon?  No thanks.

    Go play in traffic.
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/29 19:55:35 (permalink)
    Treetop-  So bring your own silver spoon if it makes you feel better...
       Chill, my friends, he is baiting you.
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/29 20:40:54 (permalink)
    mayor al

    Treetop-  So bring your own silver spoon if it makes you feel better...
      Chill, my friends, he is baiting you.


    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I would eat that soup with a strofoam made spoon!
    post edited by ann peeples - 2012/02/29 20:42:38
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/29 22:28:06 (permalink)
    Got it - it is perfectly ok to tell someone to play in traffic, but not ok to express anything but delight over one of this particular person's menu items.
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/02/29 23:26:22 (permalink)
    TJ Jackson

    Got it - it is perfectly ok to tell someone to play in traffic, but not ok to express anything but delight over one of this particular person's menu items.

    :)
    don't mess with the magnificent 7
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/03/01 09:55:22 (permalink)
    I agree.  Apparently some folks here are held to lesser requirements for civility than are others. 
     
    I will keep that in mind
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    Re:MY Potato, Bacon, Cheese Soup 2012/03/01 10:46:48 (permalink)
    Tom,  you may let other people use my spoon which I left at your place for my personal use!
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