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Old 12-29-2012, 01:48 AM   #11
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Progresso New England Clam chowder or Progresso Italian Wedding soup. Never eat the canned stuff now due to the high sodium, so we make our own fresh batches in addition to a mean 5 pepper 3 bean chili!



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Campbell's Clam Chowder or Tomato. I like both the same.



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It would either be Campbell's Cream of potato or Mrs Kluskis noodle soup. Cream of tomato is good with crackers too.

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nothing better than tomato and a grilled cheese sammich

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nothing better than tomato and a grilled cheese sammich
I have to agree.

What type of cheese do you use? I like either deli sliced yellow American or Velveeta
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It would either be Campbell's Cream of potato or Mrs Kluskis noodle soup. Cream of tomato is good with crackers too.
Saltines or oyster crackers?
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nothing better than tomato and a grilled cheese sammich
+1 on that!...and I add sliced tomato in my grilled cheese as well
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Saltines or oyster crackers?
Depends on my mood. Sometimes I break up saltines and sonetimes I use oyster crackers. I actually put croutons in it sometimes as well.
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Depends on my mood. Sometimes I break up saltines and sonetimes I use oyster crackers. I actually put croutons in it sometimes as well.
Sounds like my way of thinking.
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Knorr's potato soup.



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