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December 01, 2006



pretty, yummy and easy!
I'm interesting in Mexican oregano, the one I using not really goes so well with my potato & onion soup.


Oh wow! Looks fantastic. Wish I had a bowl right now and it's breakfast time.

bea at La tartine gourmande

Oh yes, I would love this hearty soup!


It looks wonderful to me. I have the Penzeys catalog sitting on my desk right now, and thanks for the reminder that I need to get some Mexican oregano. I do think there is quite a difference in the two types of oregano, especially dried where the flavor is more intensified. Of course, hooray for the cilantro in the soup.


Funny, I think that would be great for breakfast! I guess I should really look for the Mexican oregano or maybe try looking for a plant in the spring and grow it.
I really like the look and sound of this soup.


BEAUTIFUL!! I totally dig :)


This looks like a keeper. It's the sort of thing that my husband would be thrilled to see on the table.

Good tip about the Food and Wine staff favorites too.


The first time I used Mexican oregano, I danced around the kitchen singing this song:

Of course, there may have been wine involved, but it still plays in my head everytime I see the stuff!

Great looking soup, by the way! I could totally dig into that with a tortilla.


I think the pics look great. It sounds lovely.


That looks so good for this time of year!! Thank you for posting this!


Mmm, looks yummy to me! Thank you.


This is exactly what I am looking for. I have to make soup for a faculty party at school and I want it to be a big hit! This appears to be the one I need! Thanks and the picture does look good enough to eat!

Atopijski Dermatitis

I just made this tonight and it was delicious! Thanks for this recipe. You can't beat how easy it is, plus it tastes great.
Thanks again!

Victoria LaBarr

Really looks delicious! I never would have thought of putting Polish sausage in a Mexican soup! I have only used chirozo (which is great!), but will definitely try the Polish sausage next time!

Jodi Mueller Casolari

I have a couple of questions, Where do I find Mexican Oregano? I like flavor, But I don't like heat. Is the cilantro, cumin, or chipotle going to make this hot?
I have found with most things slow cooking adds to the flavor, Especially of stews & soups. Could this recipe be done in a slow cooker, in your opinion? & If so, What if any adjustments should I make?

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