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I like the addition of the Herbs de Provence. That would add something that was missing, another layer of flavor to enjoy. This was a nice soup, but it felt a little lackluster to me. You turned it into something truly wonderful!

Trevor Sis. Boom

Amalgamizing it with Herbs de Provence was a great idea! Adding bacon always does the trick for me!


Whey is an interesting choice in the soup - I reserve mine for baking but would never have thought to try it as a stock substitute. Very creative

Tricia S.

I stuck the recipe like a magnet so it was fun to see your creative results. Of course I was also distracted by those yummy sweet potato fries- I adore those and they would have been a nice side.This soup was a surprise hit in my home. My expectations were low since I am not a fan of peas. I will go for a thicker version next time and my guys definitely want a "next time". Dorie inspired me to play around with more soups as this was truly easy and tough for me to rationalize not having time to try. Apologize for the late comment- I had too much fun running around seeing the Barefoot Contessa and cooking and ended up with a miserable cold (but it was worth it).


Herbs de Provence - nice touch! I added thyme and garlic to mine, as I was afraid it would be a little lacking otherwise. I also like your use of bok choy.

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