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oh my, I see a little hand holding that spoon. What's your secret for getting kids to eat it? (We are failing miserably over here in the kid-willingness-to-try department.)

As for myself, I would eat it in a second, it looks just yummy and perfect.


ah, so you puree it all? My kids think the original recipe is a bit too spicy for them. It's still one of my favorites.


i will have to make this soon.
all the ingredients are things i almost always have on hand.
what size can tomatoes?



And hey, make sure my email didn't get spammed again!


Thanks for the recipe! I tried it today and it was very good.


Thank you so much this recipe. I "stumbledupon" your website and tried this soup. It was so delicious that night, plus after freezing and thawing for friends. I have chat masala from an Indian friend so I lucked out but I think it could be skipped possibly for people who don't have it. This is going to be one of my staple soup dishes now. Thank you! Oh, and my kids did eat it, BTW.

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I wish we could have ordered more, because I loved everything we ate, and every other dish I saw come out of the kitchen also looked amazing.

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Wow, I love Peking duck and never thought to make it myself, but you are always a source of inspiration. Can I just say that when I first saw that picture, I thought had a 6 pack, and was ripped! Regardless of the athletic inclinations of the duck, the final results look amazing.

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