Maybe I should have asked BEFORE I ate it...
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Older DS brought over some tomato soup he made- he knows I love it and he made this and it was WONDERFUL. I ate a HUGE bowl of it, then I asked how he made it... no wonder it was so good.. heavy cream and cheese along with the tomato and fresh basil and stock. I bet it had a billion calories ( but oh so good).
You ever do this? Eat something and then find out it has a million calories???
Yes that reminds me of LOVING those Shanghai Wings at Chilis - then I found they have almost 1300!!! Calories. OMG - I about DIED when I read that. Thinking I did so good and "only" ate 1/2 of them!!! That is about 1/2 of my days worth of calories in one APPETIZER. But they sure tasted good!! LOL
My Gorgeous Daughter the Graduate----------------->
If you are going to eat something, you should make it count and eat something that tastes REALLY good! I figure you only live once, so make the most of it! That tomato soup by the way sounds wonderful! I have a similar recipe that I use in the fall when we have fresh ripe tomatoes.