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  1. ttfn300 says

    i'm a new convert to this soup (never had it as a kid?), so i had no idea where the name came from –thanks for the info! love the bean addition :)

  2. Donna-FFW says

    This soup is one of my very favorites and yours looks divine. I could have this as my complete meal. Love your addition of the beans.

  3. Jenn says

    I wish I had some of that soup right about now. The weather is calling for a warm bowl of soup. Interesting little tidbit about the origin of the name. Thanks.

  4. Calm In The Kitchen says

    I love the bowl!I've never made Italian Wedding Soup, so I have no idea what is right or wrong. Yours looks pretty darn good to me!The weather here is so crazy. This is perfect for the once a week cold night.;) amy

  5. Bunny says

    I like your recipe Reeni, we serve Italian wedding soup at the restaurant and it has sausage in it which I don't care for. Yours is made with beef!! I love it!

  6. Krista says

    This looks so much better than the condensed canned version! I could go for a bowl right now!Great bit of trivia too. Thanks for the info and a delicious recipe.

  7. Bob says

    Love it! I didn't know that's what the name meant, I always thought it was because it was for eating at weddings. Learn something new every day! :)

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