Farmersgirl Kitchen

Sunday Soupday

Uncategorized | February 7, 2010 | By

Well it seems that I am always making soup on a Sunday and blogging about it! This week it was French Onion Soup as I just had a fancy for it. I’m not going to post the recipe, you can see it on the BBC Good Food website here if you fancy making some. I’m not sure it is the best recipe I’ve used but it did the job.
I know it looks better with a big bit of baguette and cheese on the top, but as I’m trying to cut back on the cheese, we had it without.

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    Wendy
    February 7, 2010

    Oh I love French Onion Soup…. but I might (ahem) have had the baguette and cheese… looks delicious by itself, mind you!

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    theUngourmet
    February 8, 2010

    French onion is one of my favorites but I don't think I could skip the yummy bread and cheese on top. You've got good will power! 🙂

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    Catherine
    February 8, 2010

    My mouth is watering at that picture, Janice. I've made the English Onion soup from the good food website, which I thought was lovely, but I'll give this one a try too. I'm with Wendy on the cheesy toast mmmmm!

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    The imPerfect Housewife
    February 10, 2010

    Oh I love French onion soup! And French toast, and French fries – France really knows how to do it right don't they?? HA HA I need to go to bed. Have a good one ~ ♥

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    Gigi
    February 11, 2010

    I love onion soup any old way.
    You have some great recipes.

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    Margaret
    February 11, 2010

    It is so cold at the moment we could all do with a delicious bowl of onion soup.

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    Dining Table Set Gal
    October 26, 2010

    Ya even i am also with the same problem . What about other days ? 😛 Your heading is really grate. I think this very delicious dish.

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