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It looks great. I will try this. Thanks for the recipe.

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awww. i know you do ..

Maybe I should seriously consider relocating to Iceland? Even if it was just for the food -and I live in France right now!
Please feed a starving writer ;)

Tempting! Veeery tempting! Gona try it … soon :)

Yum. Now I’m in a cooking mood.

Looks delicious, I’ll give it a try. Also very nicely structured recipe, easy to follow. Thanks for sharing!

SophieMuc wrote on March 16th, 2008

sounds and looks delicious!! :-)
think I’ll try it as well… just not sure what the exact equivalent of cream cheese is here in Germany…

they don’t have cream cheese in germany?! that’s surprising.. maybe iceland is more americanized in some ways..

mascarpone is the italian equivalent, i think.. tho im not 100% sure…

cream cheese is Frischkäse or Rahmkäse in german.
if you use like philadelphia or stuff like that, i would recommend to add some créme fraîche, which makes it lighter and anyway créme fraîche goes with everything.

Sigurd av Easton wrote on March 17th, 2008

Rebekka:

You do have a tripod – right? Nevermind.

Is that a non-gluetin bread, or something illegal in Oregon and the Faroe Islands? Seriously, a bread recipe would be nice. I collect them for a W.H.O. sustenance project in the making. (We’ve a flat bread recipe that includes finely milled saw dust. Just like Finnish vodka! Should go over well in the Sudan.)

Your soup recipe reads pretty groovy, but I’ve something less conjestive (call it post-20th C., macrobiotic health gruel) that the boyz (and yucky gurlz) just can’t get enough of. And there’s no saw dust in it! Just pine nuts! (Well…not really.) At least it’s digestible. (That’s the hope, anyway.)

Of course, we luv you… and don’t ever doubt it! Would I lie to you? LOL

Hendri wrote on March 17th, 2008

O my God, you cook your own meal too! that looks delicious, especially in the temperate climate like yours

SophieMuc wrote on March 18th, 2008

@Oberbestimmer: I am aware of the translation, just not sure if I should rather buy something like Philadelphia or something like Schmelzkäse… but thanks for the tip. Creme fraiche will do the trick I think :)

Tried the recipe yesterday – it’s great! Thanks for the recipe! Waiting for more recipes from you…

Hi, just found your blog via your incredible pictures on Flicker! and now I have a new recipie to try!

I knew it was a good day!

nasos p. wrote on April 1st, 2008

…my sister makes mushroom soup…it’s great.. i’m gonna email her the recipe cause i asume this one with the chicken addition will be great too …after all everything you make is delicious !!

Is there *nothing* that you are not good at? Come on, there must be something… poker, football, DIY, singing, flower arranging… there must be something! (looks delicious, will give it a try!)

Vicki wrote on April 9th, 2008

I tried your soup recipe… it was great (definitely comfortfood-ish). The funny thing was I was part way through making it… then had to race out and buy a big enough pot to finish cooking it in haha! Nevermind, it was worth it and I have a nice shiny new large pot as well :)

i have a blog. i never know if people check it or not. i just thought i’d tell you that i check yours all the time. i’m anxiously awaiting an update!!!

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xo,
brooke

hello, my name is Jack, im a student from China
u r my idol!!!
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Lexiskull wrote on May 3rd, 2008

Hi Rebekka,

i’ve cooked the soup like you listed in your recipe…it was a great meal, really delicious. Thank you so much !!

Oh, by the way, I love your art of photography too, not only your recipe!!!!!! Please publish more of both.

For “SophieMuc”: I’ve done it with Philadelphia, it’s the same as cream cheese in Northamerica.

I guess a cookbook is on the way ?

I love your menu !!

Jandon wrote on May 25th, 2008

Mushrooms, EWWWW!!! :) Actually it looks delicious…

ring wrote on May 29th, 2008

já takk… þarf svona núúúúnaaaa!!!

hehehe…
eníhú… þetta er klárlega eitthvað sem maður verður að prófa :)

I’m a new reader of your blog. I just wanted to say I love your work and your blog.

It’s about 40 degrees (C) here where I live (Sonoran Desert, USA) and now you’ve got me craving hot soup!

I will try to cook it. Thanks for it!

This seems a very good and tasty recipe. I will try this ASAP.
Thanks for posting it Rebekka

I cooked this one a few months ago, and it was just perfectly fitting the atmosphere – icy cold outside and uncomfortable as can be, and cuddly warm inside, enjoying a wonderful meal. Thanks for the recipe! :)

It seems amazing…….

Looks and sounds good! What kind of Cream Cheese did you use?

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