What Is Your Favorite Cream Soup?
Not sure I've ever tried a cream soup that I don't love. Heck, I even used to be wild about Campbell's Cream o' Chicken until they desalinated the stuff. I guess my fav, though, is good old fashioned cream of potato, partially pureed, partially chunked, and topped off with fresh dill and a dusting of cayenne.
But enough of my palaver, already. What's the cream of your crop?
Cream of Crab from the Annapolis Yacht Club; I would commit crime for this stuff.
Lobster Bisque at T. Cook's in Phoenix AZ
My own Cream of Green using whatever falls into the pot that day
Cream of Artichoke & Green Chiles
I'm with you on the Cream of Potato - must be homemade and is greatly improved with bacon and Cheddar topping
For some reason, dating from childhood, Campbell's Cream of Celery when I am ill, accompanied by buttered Saltine crackers
Edit: oops, forgot summer soups -- Vichyssoise and (buttermilk) Cream of Cucumber, Curried Cream of Carrot,
Vichyssoise (even though the creaminess comes from vegetable puree).
Roasted poblano with corn and potato soup (again, no cream, just puree).
I'll add another. Creamy chicken with rice.
ETA: Creamy roasted wild mushroom with chestnuts. LOVE it.
Roasted butternut squash and carrot.