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In an 8 ... are tender). Stir in chicken, corn and lima beans. Simmer for 20 more minutes. Add 1 to 2 cans chicken broth if soup is not "brothy" enough.
In an 8 quart stock pot combine chicken, water and the 1 teaspoon salt. Bring to boiling; reduce heat. Simmer, covered, until chicken is tender. ...
In large pot, ... ground beef, tomato soup and catsup and ... salt, pepper and a little sugar to taste. If too juicy, add crackers or oatmeal to thicken.
Brown ground beef and onions; drain. Add tomato sauce, tomato soup, then corn and peas. Add water last. Simmer 45 minutes.
Cook hens, stew beef and onions together until tender, take out bones, mix chicken and beef. Add all together except potatoes and corn. Cook ...
Boil chicken until done. Remove chicken discard broth except for about 1 inch in the bottom of dutch oven. Add all the remaining ingredients, stir ...
Cook ham, chuck, ... tomatoes, tomato paste, soup, Worcestershire sauce, ... beans and potatoes. Stir well. Heat through. Yields approximately 8 quarts.
Put the chicken ... simmer about 10 more minutes. Add Worcestershire sauce to taste and more salt if necessary. Serve in big soup bowls with corn cakes.
Cook meats and remove from bones; add other ingredients. Cook slowly for 4 hours.
Cook hogs head ... ground beef, tomatoes, soup, and catsup ... pepper, salt, and a little sugar to taste. If too juicy, add crackers or oatmeal to thicken.
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