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 Is too much soup a good thing?

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Is too much soup a good thing? Thu, 11/18/10 12:20 PM (permalink)
I love making soup as much as I love eating soup.
From looking at CTF's pictures I now wonder if there is too much soup in my creations.  Do you prefer more chew in your soup?
I start my soups on the stove and when I need more room to cook other things,  I finish them off in Crock pots.
These two soups started as one until I heard....  "You're making clam soup?  You know I don't eat clams!"
So I split my base between two pots, added different things to each and ended up with two disctinctly different soups.
The Manhattan Clam isn't finished in this picture.  If I remember correctly I added some more tomato sauce to this pot before it was finished.

Sudden Cabbage Soup

Should they have been thicker? 

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