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March 19, 2008



How come your soups always look fantastic: healthy and vibrant! Mine all look like glop.
Tis is really gorgeous. I'll have to have a look at Mario Batali's marvelous tortellini in brodo but I don't have time for that now either.

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Did you start with fresh, dried, or frozen tortellini? I often keep filled pasta in my pantry, and find that fresh is best, but there is good-quality dried pasta on the market now, too.


"This is just a suggestion. Make it the way you want."

Heh, the best cooking instructions I've seen in a long time, maybe ever.

I'm going to add this to all my recipes as an ingredient from now on!

Meow, kitty mama.


This is the kind of soup that I'd end up eating a few bowls full, so fresh and nutritious. I'm with mykitcheninhalfcups, my soups never look as fresh and pretty as yours!


Looks good! I like to have a package of cheese tortellini in the fridge/freezer to make quick and tasty pasta dishes with.

Karen Jo

That soup looks delicious. I will have to try it sometime.


I'm with everyone else...great soup! It's perfect for our cold and rainy weather. Who says Spring is here?! Thanks for sharing with Presto Pasta Night.


ooohyes please, that looks delicious. it reminds me of that luscious wonton soup you once made -- that i still have to make!


What vibrant colors for a soup...looks great.


That's gorgeous and so "clean" looking!

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