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Chicken Soup for the Bowl

  1. 1. Chicken Soup<br />The Jewish Penicillin<br /><br />
  2. 2. When we need it<br />First Course of meal for:<br />Sabbath (Friday night)<br />Holidays<br /><ul><li>Cure-all/”Penicillin” for :</li></ul>Colds<br />Flu<br />Broken hearts<br />All other emotional or physical ailments<br />
  3. 3. Beginnings<br />Maimonides <br />12th C. Jewish physician<br />Spain and Egypt<br />Greatest Jewish thinker of all times<br />Second to Moses as greatest Jewish spiritual authority<br />On the Causes of Symptoms<br />1st to recommend chicken soup for respiratory tract symptoms<br /><br />
  4. 4. Jewish Jokes about Chicken Soup<br />Jewish mother’s answering machine<br />Chicken soup<br />
  5. 5. Jewish Chicken Soup from around the world<br />IRAQ<br />Rice<br />Cardamom<br />Turmeric<br />Cinnamon<br />Ginger<br /><br />
  6. 6. Sephardic Matzo Ball Soup<br />Thyme<br />Cumin<br />Coriander<br />Cinnamon<br />Tomatoes<br />Parsnips<br />Turnips<br />Chickpeas<br />Cilantro<br /><br />
  7. 7. Sephardic Persian Chicken Soup<br />
  8. 8. Sephardic Chicken Soup with Sofrito and Herbed Matzo Balls<br />Sofrito Sauce of <br />Tomatoes<br />Bell peppers<br />Cilantro<br />Garlic<br />Saffron<br /><br />
  9. 9. Sephardic Morrocan Chicken Soup with Couscous<br />
  10. 10. Vietnamese Soup<br />Together with rice, soup is a basic item in a Vietnamese meal. Sometimes the meal is only a soup.<br />The Vietnamese will stop at any time of day or night for Soup.<br />Soup (chao) made regularly and especially when someone is sick.<br />
  11. 11. Chicken Soup—Nature’s Best Flu Remedy?<br />Science has actually proved that chicken soup is not only good for the soul, but also your bronchial tubes! The benefits of a steaming bowl of rich chicken broth, especially if spiced up with pepper and garlic, are real. In fact, research shows that it’s a powerful anti-inflammatory agent, helping fight off those pesky winter germs. <br />I think that just about any grandmother, no matter where she’s from, knew this long before laboratory testing proved her right. <br />I just think soup tastes good, and makes me feel good when I'm sick, especially on a chilly, late winter day.Read more:<br />
  12. 12. Favorite Vietnamese Chicken Soups<br />For the cold and flu season, and the road to recovery includes eating hearty soups and broths. Here are suggestion that should help clear your sinuses. <br />
  13. 13. Vietnamese Chicken Meatball Soup <br /><br />
  14. 14. Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup<br />Pho Ga (pronounced fuh)<br />
  15. 15. Vietnamese Sweet and Sour Chicken Soup<br />Canh Chua<br />
  16. 16. Ingredients<br />2  tablespoons  tamarind powder (optional) <br />1/4  cup  thinly sliced shallots <br />1  tablespoon  oil <br />1/2  teaspoon  minced garlic <br />1/2  teaspoon  Asian chili paste or hot chili flakes <br />5  cups  fat-skimmed chicken broth <br />1  pound chicken (or fish/shimp if you don't use chicken) <br />1  cup  pineapple chunks (3/4 in.) <br />2  tablespoons  Asian fish sauce (nuocmam) <br />3  tablespoons  sugar <br />1/4  cup  lime juice (6 tablespoons if you don't use tamarind pulp) <br />2  Roma tomatoes (6 oz. total), rinsed, and cut into 1/2-inch wedges <br />2 stalks celery or taro steam (sliced)<br />2  cups  (6 oz.) bean sprouts, rinsed and drained <br />2  tablespoons  chopped fresh basil leaves <br />2  tablespoons  chopped rice-paddy herb (ngoom) or fresh cilantro <br />2  teaspoons  finely chopped fresh chilies or chili garlic sauce<br />
  17. 17. The fruits of the tamarind<br />Throughout Asia it is common use for health remedies.<br />
  18. 18. Tamarind in Worcestershire sauce?<br />Yes, the ingredient that sets Worcestershire sauce apart from most sauces is tamarind<br />
  19. 19. YouTube - Sweet and Sour Soup<br /><br />
  20. 20. Preparation for Vietnamese flu-fighting soup <br />1. In a 5- to 6-quart pan over medium heat, stir shallots with oil until golden and crisp. <br />2.Add garlic, chicken, and fish sauce to pan and stir until garlic is fragrant. <br />3.Add broth, tamarind powder, sugar, and bring to a boil over high heat.<br />4. Add pineapple, tomatoes, and celery.<br />5.Cook, uncovered, just until chicken is cooked and simmered 5 to 6 minutes.<br />6. Add bean sprouts into hot broth.<br />7. Ladle soup mixture into bowls and sprinkle with fried shallots, cilantro, basil, rice-paddy herb (ngoom), and chopped green onions. Add chilies to taste.<br /> <br />
  21. 21. Taro leaf and stem/stalk<br />
  22. 22. Canh Chua Ca (Vietnamese sour soup)<br />