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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Wonton Noodle Soup

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it was a weekend that required some comfort -- what better than grandma's wonton soup? this time with added yellow noodles & baby bok choy, shared with a friend while we watched sappy british movies on netflix.

recently watched: Legion. it was my 2nd time seeing it and i still screamed like a whore burning... in church. i don't think melissa recovered from her laughter that night.

16 comments:

  1. Yeah, I want this now and every night that it's cold. Looks and sounds amazing!!

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  2. Lan, I just made this the other week and yours still looks far better. But it tasted wonderful.

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  3. Whenever my family went out for Chinese, my dad would always say to the waiter, "Wonton soup? Do you two ton soup?"

    Sigh. Dad jokes.

    Your homemade soup looks amazing. The best part is you get to put as many wontons in your bowl as you want.

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  4. That soup looks delicious, all your blog is delicious.!!!!
    Freesia

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  5. Those wontons look perfect! I had a BLT for comfort today. It's snowing in Chicago! :(

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  6. that wonton soup looks mmm mmm good! I always thought highly of people who could make soup, it's very challenging (to me ;)

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  7. i would be willing to fly you to dallas to make this for me! it looks unreal!

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  8. esi, it is so seriously satisfying and belly warming now that winter is creeping in.

    wendi, i am sure your version came out beautiful to look at! so glad it tasted wonderful, too.

    ali, HAHA, and yes, i can have as many as my belly can hold, which is ALOT. usually the noodles get ignored....

    freesia, thank you and welcome!

    jacqui, oh dear, the snow! none of us here, just yet but i do have a stash of these in the freezer for when that day comes!

    bear, i will have to teach you how to make soup this winter!

    claire, you are too sweet. it really is easy to prepare!

    mei teng, thank you!

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  9. The photos made me so hungry! Haven't had wonton soup in months.

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  10. gali, then i think it's time you made yourself a bowl! :)

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  11. The photos made me so hungry! Haven't had wonton soup in months.

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  12. esi, it is so seriously satisfying and belly warming now that winter is creeping in.

    wendi, i am sure your version came out beautiful to look at! so glad it tasted wonderful, too.

    ali, HAHA, and yes, i can have as many as my belly can hold, which is ALOT. usually the noodles get ignored....

    freesia, thank you and welcome!

    jacqui, oh dear, the snow! none of us here, just yet but i do have a stash of these in the freezer for when that day comes!

    bear, i will have to teach you how to make soup this winter!

    claire, you are too sweet. it really is easy to prepare!

    mei teng, thank you!

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  13. That soup looks delicious, all your blog is delicious.!!!!
    Freesia

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  14. Whenever my family went out for Chinese, my dad would always say to the waiter, "Wonton soup? Do you two ton soup?"

    Sigh. Dad jokes.

    Your homemade soup looks amazing. The best part is you get to put as many wontons in your bowl as you want.

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  15. Yeah, I want this now and every night that it's cold. Looks and sounds amazing!!

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