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Soup's on!

Last month, I started a fun new column involving two of my favorite things: food and eating out.  (No, those aren't completely redundant.) It's called "Recipe on Request" whereby this reporter goes to local restaurants begging chefs to give up the recipes of our readers' favorite dishes.  This month, it was one of my favorite soups at my favorite local eatery.  Check it out.  Mm-mm, good!


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