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July 29, 2012


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Deb in Hawaii

This is such a delicious-looking and homey soup--perfect comfort food with the beans and fresh pasta. Thanks so much for sharing it with Souper Sundays this week! ;-)

Carol @ Always Thyme to Cook

Really hearty and flavorful, your soup looks fantastic!


This soup would make me happy:D


I agree with bellini. This soup would make me happy, too. I like the looks of the speckled bayo beans and I love the idea of the egg pasta. :)

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Deb. It's always a pleasure to participate.

Thank you, Carol.

Ciao Val and Paz. I wish I could send you some ;)

A Canadian Foodie

Simple, delicious, nutritious and economical. How can one go wrong... and it looks gorgeous, too. Great pics!


this looks wonderfully delicious

Lori Lynn

This one calls to me!


Glad you like it, Valerie.

Thanks, Akheela!

Lori Lynn, it's perfect on a chilly evening.

Pot Sets

Homemade chicken soup is one of my favorite soups all year round. I love beans and bean soups, but I never thought of adding any kind of dried beans to my chicken noodle soup. Yes, I said "noodle"...I suppose you would cringe at the thought of using prepackaged dried noodles...but I have never made egg pasta. However, after reading your recipe for the homemade pasta, I am going to test my skills for this culinary task and I will be adding the beans,as well, to my chicken soup. Your recipe sounds incredibly delicious, wholesome and hearty.

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