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Posted: 02/18/12 06:18pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

OK, I grew up on Campbell's Cream of Mushroom Soup. So, I'm a little emotionally biased. Old enough to know though that there might be some really good canned cream of mushroom soup out there that I'm missing.

The cream of mushroom pork chop crock pot topic is at fault for this posting.

So, what do you consider the best canned cream of mushroom soup readily available on the market? And why?


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I wish I knew what brand this soup is, but I was in the Spokane hospital and went down to the little deli there and they had the best mushroom soup I've ever eaten. I went back a few months later and they didn't have it any more. I was very disappointed. Never did find out what brand it was

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I am really enjoying Campbell's Mushroom soup that comes in a squat tub with a pull tab top. It is ready-to-eat, not condensed and it is fairly pricey, but absolutely outstanding!
I just discovered this on the top shelf of the soup aisle a few weeks ago and really like it.


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The best I ever had was at a Big Boy restaurant, but no idea of the brand. Maybe Gordon Food. But Campbell's has always been very good.

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This cooking section has me motivated to do more than grill tri tip every night.

Good to see others are still fans of Campbell's besides me.

Dusting off the crock pot. Checking the cupboard for a can of Campbell's COM. Digging out some chicken breast filets. And wondering what I should have for side dish and dessert.

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Not a big fan of canned soups, too salty. Campbell's Golden Mushroom makes a decent topping for pork chops.

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IF you can find it, Progresso makes a darn good Cream of Mushroom soup!

Hint! If you do find it, buy as many cans as you can carry!



(And do not read the ingredient list...it's not what Mama would have put in it...but it is very good for store bought!)


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It isn't hard to make real mushroom soup from scratch but if you want to keep it simple, do a can of Campbells with a 1/2C of half&half or whipping cream and nuke 8 OZ of fresh (washed) shrooms and add them to the pot.


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fordsooperdooty wrote:

IF you can find it, Progresso makes a darn good Cream of Mushroom soup!

Hint! If you do find it, buy as many cans as you can carry!



(And do not read the ingredient list...it's not what Mama would have put in it...but it is very good for store bought!)


I won't read the ingredients. I believe in better living through chemistry. I was wondering if anyone would offer Progresso for consideration.

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My vote is for Campbell's plus throw in a drained can of costco mushrooms, a pad of butter and black pepper.


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