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MeridianDog
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French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14

Here is how it went:

5 medium onions, thin sliced



and sauted



until translucent in a half stick of butter and a tablespoon of olive oil.



The supporting cast: Salt (none) and (1 tsp) Black Pepper, (1 tsp.) Thyme, (2) Bay Leaf, 32 oz Beef Bullion, (1/2 cup) good wine



Oh yes, 1 Tablespoon of Kitchen Bouquet and 2 Telma Beef Cube (from Israel will make you reconsider Beef flavored stock cubes).



Everything in pot - not very impressive yet.



Get the Bowls ready with 2 slices of French Bread and 4 Slices of Swiss Cheese per serving.



Ready to bowl



Enough for two



With toasted French Bread Slices



And Swiss Slices



After two minutes under the broiler



On the Table



Nice dinner for a rainy night.

edited to add

remnants






This post was edited on 1/14 at 9:37 am



NickyT
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
Looks fantastic


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Darla Hood
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
Great pictorial! Looks delicious ... and I love your bowls.

PS - Put "with pictures" in title so more people will come and look!


lsewwww
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
How long did that take to crank out?

Looks good. Best one I ever had was in some hotel in Dallas. Can't remember the name....


MeridianDog
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
Thank you Miss Darla.

The bowls come from a potter in the Craft Guild in Gatlinburg, TN. We have six of them and use them about a hundred times a week.


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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
well done


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MeridianDog
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
French Onion soup cooks very fast. It took about an hour for the soup plus ten minutes to take the photos.

My wife didn't like the way I sat the table and redid it for me.

Great rainy night meal. We don't do it often enough.


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AlmaDawg
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
quote:

MeridianDog


Very nice!

I love French onion soup!


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Lester Earl
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2 cute <3


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Darla Hood
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
What do you keep in your pink and clear glass vintage refrigerator dishes? :nosy:


Walt OReilly
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
looks good


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Degas
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
quote:

I love your bowls
I noticed those right away too.


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BRgetthenet
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
would destroy


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MeridianDog
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
The wife (May Her Name Be Praised Forever) collects depression glass (American Sweetheart - Pink). We have the worlds biggest collection (not). And she has lots of other depression glass. I think those were originally Butter Dishes. The clear dish has salt and the pink dish has sugar. I always taste to make certain.

Maybe I'll post our Cracker/biscuit jars one day.


Darla Hood
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Maybe I'll post our Cracker/biscuit jars one day.


Please do!


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pochejp
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
That looks great. Good job and nice post. Thanks.


AUCE05
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
Looks great, dawg. I like the pics.


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Ling King
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
looks great


MeridianDog
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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
Everyone:

Thanks. Hadn't tried to take photos in the past. Hard to make even good food look good.


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re: French Onion Soup for a Wet Sunday Night (with pictures) edited 1/14
Awesome. Looks great. Thanks for sharing!


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