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Crackers or no crackers?

Ronstar

Well-known member
Wife and I were discussing the merits of soups. I say crushed up saltines complete the soup, she says absolutely no way. Three out of my four kids agree with me, what say all ye???
 

JimmyCT

Well-known member
Saltine crackers in soup made it much better.
+1
 

bad_jack_98

Member
I do agree !
1. large bowl
1. sleeve of saltines
1. pot of my homemade Chile
2. tbsp. per bowl of Hellman's
10 shakes of tobaccos bottle.
crackers Rock!
P.S. i like the fried bread idea Draco going to give that a shot next:unsure:(y)
i just got an idea for a post, thanks Ronstar.
Oh and for tomato soup! has to be grilled cheese sandwich W/garlic salt on it. for dipping! (no crackers)
 
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Ronstar

Well-known member
I remember my Mom putting a small round cracker called oyster crackers in tomato soup too. Dead on with the grilled cheese! Try it with Smoked Sharp Cheddar, as Andy would say….. hmmmm,hmmmm, hmmmmm
 
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