Earl of Sandwich Tomato Soup Recipe

Discussion in 'Cooking' started by marjie8230, Sep 26, 2005.

  1. marjie8230

    marjie8230 Mouseketeer

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    The best tomato soup I have ever had in my life was at the Earl of Sandwich in Downtown Disney. I am not a tomato soup person and for the last 18 months I have been fondly recalling this fab soup. Basically, it was offered at checkout for $1 or something and I thought my husband would like it. I practically ate all of it and he was ticked (not really.) :bounce:

    Does anyone out there have the recipe??? :confused3 Please provide and I will be deeply indebted.

    Thanks. :paw:

    By the way, I can totally recommend this restaurant for a reasonably priced and quality casual meal in Downtown Disney. :cheer2:
     
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  3. jennz

    jennz DIS Veteran

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    I love that place too but haven't tried the tomato soup, it sounds delicious! Bumping this up for you (and me :) )
     
  4. PixyDusted

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    Bump....a few years later. It's amazing and I want to make it today! (It's a rainy day here in Orlando and perfect for some delicious tomato soup!)
     
  5. TwistofLemon

    TwistofLemon <font color=green>I laugh til I can't breath<br><f

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    OMG PixyDusted! How in the world did you manage to find this thread 3 years later?!? :lmao:
    Sorry, I can't help with the recipe!
    I'm craving some tomato soup now though....and I don't even like tomato soup!:rotfl2:
     
  6. piratesmate

    piratesmate <font color=red>Drah-gun! I don't do that tongue t

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    I'm going to copy this request to our Disney recipe thread & move this thread to the Cooking board.

    I checked our index http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=1777635 and this recipe has not been posted. If you check post #4, there are some suggestions about how/where to request recipes. You might want to try yourself.
     

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