Saw you on twitter, LOVE your blog and can't wait to try this soup!
Those parmesan crisps are something new to me. Can't wait to try. And, I can eat soup anytime, even in very hot weather. I like your tomato soup recipe a lot.
Boy do I have tomatoes to use up! This is wonderful,I love the parm crisps to, a great combination!
This looks so delicious! The crisps definitely add something special. I've been looking to make a good tomato soup! I think this will be the one!
Mmm, this just screams comfort.
This looks fantastic!
This sounds so delicious!!! I may just have to plan a date to make this soon!
love this soup! and the parm crisps! All I need now is a big fat grilled cheese and I am good to go!
Oh, this looks so wonderful! Those parm crisps are great (on burgers, too). Can't wait to try this...
I've seen Giada make Parmesan Crisps before and have always wanted to try them. This soup sounds perfect with them!
Parmesan Crisps sound perfect with your soup.
PERFECT summery dinner with a big salad. Of course, my husband might argue w/ me on that one, but I think it's perfect :)
Beautiful pictures!I have bookmarked this and will make it!
I really like this.Your timing is perfect (have I said that before, I meant it then but now I mean it even more.)I have been meaning to look up a recipe for parmesan biscuits ever since we ate them with caponata in a place in Roma recently (they had moulded them over a cup while still warm to make little paremsan bowls which they filled with the caponata)The soup, the soup........
Hi Elaine! Just bookmarked this one. I have tried sooo many tomato soups and haven't fallen in love with any yet. I've got a serious crush on this one though.
I'm with Susan, bookmarked! I have a ton of tomatoes I'm trying to use up and your recipe sounds sooo good along with those crisps. I need to get some silpats and stop using parchment!
The soup was great, very fresh tasting. It wasn't difficult at all. Love all the recipes. Great site!
*so* delish. Just made this today - a double batch! The kitchen is in ruins, but I'm having everyone over for a "welcome-back-to-campus" party - everyoe's excited! thank you for this recipe!
Proud Italian Cook: Actually, I love parchment - no clean up!Misha: You made my day!
Just wondering if it would be possible to substitute skim milk for the cream without compromising the integrity of the dish. Thoughts?
Jenny: You can, actually, substitute milk for the cream. Of course, it won't be nearly as rich, but it will give it a little creamy flavor. I've actually used 2% milk when that was all I had in the house. Try it out and see what you think.
This soup looks so beautiful with the crisp on top. I love making roasted tomato soup, even in fall when the tomatoes aren't as beautiful--roasting them really concentrates the flavor of imperfect tomatoes--but I've never thought to roast the garlic along with them as well. Such a great idea. Another pretty alternative to the crisps (if you are less inclined to bake as I am), is to put some crispy pancetta and a basil drizzle on top of the soup:http://tinyurl.com/dn79gathanks!
WOW this is one of the most beautiful web sites I love to cook and was so impressed with the colors and pictures. I sent you link to many of my cook friends. I am trying your tomato soup today and can not wait I sure it will be a winner.
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Hi, My name is Haley, I am thirteen. I made this dish for my family because I recently fell in love with this tomato bisk recipe at a resturant, so I wanted to find somthing like it. I made your recipe and it was AWESOME! My family and friends all got seconds. I am now eating the leftovers for breakfast luch and dinner! :)
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