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Lobster Bisque II

Submitted by: CORWYNN DARKHOLME 
This version is simple but delicious, the soup you make to show off the freshest lobster. A few scallions, half and half, and dry sherry make the base for this lovely bisque. 
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Special Lobster Bisque

Submitted by: Tara Edwards 
This is the recipe passed on to me from my Aunt Doris (who in turn had it passed on to her). Seafood is local favorite on the East End of LI due to its fishing community. Fresh seafood is best. 
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Lobster and Chive Bisque

Submitted by: Angie 
A quick and tasty bisque. 
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Lobster Bisque I

Submitted by: Michelle Chen 
Make any day a special occasion with this divine lobster bisque -- lobster tail with scallions, carrots, tomato puree, sherry, and cream, seasoned to perfection with nutmeg, whole peppercorns, and fresh tarragon. 
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She Crab Soup II

Submitted by: sal 
An easy recipe for the most unforgettable creamy crab soup on the East coast. 
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Wisconsin Cheese Soup I

Submitted by: MARBALET 
Vegetables sauteed in butter and chopped ham are simmered in chicken broth and milk seasoned with cayenne, paprika, and dry mustard in this rich corn starch thickened soup with cheddar cheese. 
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Cheese Vegetable Soup II

Submitted by: Mary Frances Wasson 
Served hot or cold, this is a thick and creamy soup made with processed cheese, carrots, celery and onion cooked in chicken broth. 
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Cream of Fresh Tomato Soup

Submitted by: Karen Gibson 
Tomato stock is thickened with a roux and combined with milk to create this flavorful soup. 
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Potato Leek Soup II

Submitted by: Ruth Greer 
Easy version of soup using wild leeks, chicken broth and instant potato flakes. Garnish with chopped fresh parsley. 
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Lobster Stew

Submitted by: Marion Mason 
This is it, the holy trinity of Maine seaport cooking: lobster, butter, cream. Do not adulterate with other ingredients, do not substitute margarine for the butter (lest you be struck down by lightning), and, most importantly, do not feel guilty as you enjoy this heavenly soup. 
 
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