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Old 01-11-2009, 06:22 PM
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What kinds of bread, biscuits or crackers go with potato soup & brunswick stew?

We are having a "soups for teachers" lunch at my kids' school. I volunteered to bring crackers, rolls, biscuits...whatever...to go along with the soups.

So far, I've been told there will be potato soup and Brunswick stew. What would you make/buy to go along with these types of soups?

Thanks for any suggestions!

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Old 01-11-2009, 07:06 PM
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I think that it is a tough one. I for one like to dunk bread in my soup but others like to dunk bisquits or even crackers. I am not a cracker person. I like to take bread and dunk it in. I know this didn't help but that is my opinion.
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I know what you mean.

Here in NC people tend to like biscuits over rolls but I'm a bread or cracker lover.

I'm thinking of doing a little of each, maybe.

Anyone else have an opinion?
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LOL, it's going to school, so I am guessing that Beer Rolls wouldn't be appropriate! (they'd be good though!)

I'd recommend Outback Steakhouse Honey Wheat Bread (you can make rolls from this recipe), Amanda's Pull-Apart Dinner Rolls, or Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits.
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Old 01-12-2009, 06:15 PM
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Cornbread goes nice.... you don't have to make muffins, but a big pan and cut in squares.
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I like bread, rolls or biscuits with my soup/stew.
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Old 01-13-2009, 11:21 AM
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LOL, it's going to school, so I am guessing that Beer Rolls wouldn't be appropriate! (they'd be good though!)

I'd recommend Outback Steakhouse Honey Wheat Bread (you can make rolls from this recipe), Amanda's Pull-Apart Dinner Rolls, or Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits.

Barb, Which recipe did you use for the Cheddar Bay Biscuits or did you use a combo of both recipes? How many biscuits did one recipe make?


I think that I'm going to make the Cheddar Biscuits, some mini corn muffins and then buy a couple of different crackers.

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Tami, I use the top one but I mix the butter, spices, and garlic into the biscuits instead of brushing over the top. Since you're not going to serve them immediately, I'd recommend you go that route as well. (And use only half the butter--that's all that is needed if you do it this way.) These biscuits do "grow" so don't think you have to make huge "drops" on the cookie sheet. I think you get about a dozen out of this recipe if you keep them kind of small.
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I always think either corn bread or sour dough bread goes well with stews or soups. Biscuits are also a good option or maybe a combination of all different kinds of breads.
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My DGD did very well at the dentist today. I try to be involved as much as I can. I like the idea of the teachers getting a stew or soup and then the parents give the bread part or something else.

I like the idea of giving one thing and everyone else giving something else to make the meal complete.
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