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Reform Jewish Penicillin

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Reform Jewish Penicillin by drbabs

WHO: Drabs is one mean baker who grew up in New Orleans.
WHAT: A comforting chicken soup with the boldest stir-in you'll ever meet.
HOW: Chicken soup is business as usual -- then you'll create a bright, spicy sauce flecked with parsley that will change the whole game.
WHY WE LOVE IT: This soup tastes like your mom's chicken noodle went on an exotic trip around the world -- and didn't come back until it had partied in every discothéque, tiki hut, and cabana there was. Consider us reformed. 

 

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It's ok if you can't get your chicken wing to look this sexy.

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Because they're all going in here. A little salt...

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A little water...

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And set it to simmer! Skim a little here and there.

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When it looks like this, it's time to turn to the sauce.

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Everything you'll need to bring chicken soup to new heights.

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It's simple: just prep and combine.

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A little oil never hurt anyone.

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And mix!

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Remove the chicken and veggies from the broth.

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(Reserve the chicken -- and the onions and carrots, if you like.)

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Watch as all of the brothy flavors reduce and concentrate.

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Nobody likes bones in their chicken soup.

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Don't forget about the noodles! That was the contest, after all.

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See that little bowl in the upper left? Yeah, that's the ticket.

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Our new favorite way to stave off the cold.

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