Can-Do Cooks: Best Tomato Soup

Are you a Can-Do Woman who loves to cook, or perhaps like many, you’re super busy, but you love the idea ? Well, I’m one Can-Do Woman who enjoys cooking all sorts of things.  I’m  not much of a baker, but just let me near a cookbook and pantry full of ingredients and I’ll have a delicious dinner, lunch or snack whipped up in no time.  

This being a magazine-style blog devoted to all things Can-Do Women, today’s post marks the launch of Can-Do Cooks as a regular feature of this blog, where I’ll spotlight my favorite recipes, and yours too if you would like to submit something. Easy, tasty, tried and tested recipes are what you’ll find in Can-Do Cooks.

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I’m feeling a bit under-the-weather today, so I thought I would share with you one of my favorite recipes for good old-fashioned Tomato Soup.  I found this recipe in the New York Times a couple of months ago, and have since made this soup many times to great success.  The magic ingredient here is the celery salt, so don’t try and substitute it – it’s worth a trip to the store if you don’t have it.  Also I like to halve the recipe so that I don’t have to worry about left-overs.  The soup keeps fine in the fridge for several days if you want to feed off of it.

Click on the recipe for the original NY Times publication

 

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9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ruthie
    Jan 12, 2011 @ 05:49:23

    I remember tomato soup as a first meal after being sick. It was served in a little bowl with toast “soldiers” to be eaten in the cosy warmth of bed. This particular soup was not this delicious recipe but good old Heinz tomato soup. Must with macaroni cheese be one of the best comfort foods.

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  2. Can-Do Woman
    Jan 12, 2011 @ 09:30:54

    This recipe is really excellent especially with a lovely grilled cheese on crusty bread…..

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  3. nancyspoint
    Jan 14, 2011 @ 15:45:36

    I happen to love tomato soup, so I’ll have to give this a try. Yum.

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  4. Ginny Marie
    Jan 22, 2011 @ 09:25:28

    I have to make this for my girls…YUM! (And we even have some celery salt!)

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  5. Being Sarah
    Jan 26, 2011 @ 14:14:58

    Celery salt is on the shopping list! I will report back on the results!

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