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Soups -- From the bachelor's perspective Recipe

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James Hart
Added: Saturday, September 16, 2006

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Chili is really the only soup that exhists, as far as a bachelor is concerned. Again, there are many varieties to choose from, but my recommendation is Stagg Chili. I must, however, issue a warning here. While I believe that the blend of seasoning in Stagg Chili is superior to that of other canned chilis, I found that it also wreaks more havoc with my digestive system. That said, for those of you who are willing to live life on the edge, all you need is a can of the good stuff, a can opener, a bowl and a microwave. Put the bowl of chili in the microwave and heat for two or three minutes. The time is a judgement call. The best indication of when the "soup" is at an appropriate temperature is the number of explosions that cause the content of the bowl to find a place on one of the sides of the microwave's interior. Four or five is preferable. Once heated, grab yourself a spoon and dig in. Wiping down the microwave is optional.

 

 

 

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