5 Classic Soup Recipes To Warm You Up On A Cold Day

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Hello Food Wishers! This is Chef John’s Corporate Overlords back again with 5 classic soup recipes to warm you up on a cold day. When the weather gets chilly, don’t reach for a can! Chef John shows you how simple and rewarding it is to make your own homemade soup with classic recipes like French Onion, Creamy Tomato Bisque, and the best soup for a cold, Chicken Noodle. Whether you’re craving a comforting bowl of Minestrone or the autumnal staple Butternut Squash, Chef John has the right soup for you! American French Onion Soup: Minestrone Soup: Chicken Noodle Soup: Creamy Tomato Bisque Soup: Roasted Butternut Squash Soup: 0:00 American French Onion Soup 6:06 Minestrone Soup 11:30 Chicken Noodle Soup 15:40 Creamy Tomato Bisque Soup 22:39 Roasted Butternut Squash Soup .

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  1. Remember when that beta male Sanjay Gupta went on joe Rogan podcast and stated CNN shouldn't have said what they did about joe taking horse dewormer when he actually took human medicine that's been used for years for other illnesses like river blindness? And Sanjay went back on Don lemon's show and tripled down and talked crap again? Man joe exposed them so hard. We know CNN sucks but man it was beautiful.

  2. Chef John, I started watching your YouTube videos around 2012 when I was a wee lass in university!! You taught us the steps but most importantly you taught us how to cook – using our senses and judgment. Your rhyming "you are the __ of your _____" may be a meme but it really instilled creativity and ownership in my cooking. I owe a lot of my passion to you. Moving into my own house in 4 days and already dreaming of feasts to make in that space !!

  3. All my fav soups! I just have to say less salt please. Let people season to their taste at the table. Let all the wonderful flavors of the ingredients & spices shine. Salt interacts with many medications. If you over salt a pot, throw a potato in to absorb salt & then remove.

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