George Washington's Favorite Soup

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George Washington's Favorite Soup
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This recipe for George Washington's Favorite Soup makes a meal that is fit for a president! If you have never tasted Virginia peanut soup before, then you are missing out on one of the classic dishes of the colonial era. It is rumored that George Washington ate this soup every day. This peanut soup recipe is made from onions, celery, butter, chicken broth, peanut butter, and sour cream. You can top each bowl of the finished soup with chopped, roasted peanuts for a warm and filling homemade soup that your whole family is sure to love.


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So sorry, but George and I must disagree on the peanut soup. It is way too sweet. Just give this southern girl a peanut butter and banana sandwich.


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