In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Add condensed soup and half-and-half or milk to the bowl with the stuffing mixture in the bowl; stir to blend.
- It's a condensed sauce of peas, stock, garlic and seasonings that can be frozen and then made into soups.
- After about two minutes add two cans of condensed beef consommé with enough water to bring it to about 3 cups of liquid.
- In addition to cheese, the plant manufactures fractionated whey products, sweet cream, whey cream, condensed whey and water.
- Sales of condensed soups in those familiar red cans have stagnated.
- Condensed soups are pretty much just cans of flavour.
- It tasted like there was some condensed tomato soup in there.
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