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Add the sausage to the skillet, crumble and cook the sausage until browned,  Add onions and garlic to the sausage  the last 2-3 minutes. Kale has a little stronger flavor than spinach, but if you let it wilt I think you will like it. Walking up to the front door it was very promising; considering the location in this labyrinth of buildings and winding roads, the entrance was quite attractive. The dated bar was downright creepy; I can't think of an era that this would be considered a nice bar. I think this is the 3rd copycat recipe I’ve done of their restaurant in the last month. Frankly, the only one I've ever been to is the one in Fort Lauderdale, and it's just a horrible place. Finally she led me into dark, dingy dining room and sat me in front of an entrance in an empty dining room. I was up in this area where there are an astonishing number of bad chain restaurants; I figured I'd see my distaste for the place was due to something specific in that location.
We went just a few days ago and I thought my pasta was soggy and the sauce was bland but I will always love their soups, salad and breadsticks.


The Zuppa Toscana is my husbands favorite soup there so I decided to order some to go to bring home to make my own copycat recipe.
You know it ain't gonna be great cuisine, but your food is always served quickly and priced reasonably, it's easy to read the menu, usually fairly clean, and the waitressess are nice and mostly friendly and you know you'll receive very basic "Italian style" food that doesn't take chances. I went to work adding a bit of this and a little of that to this very basic recipe until when tested side by side they basically tasted identical. I have a blog where I post recipes and I'm definitely going to try this and when I do I'll post a link to your blog!
Drain sausage onto a plate or baking dish lined with paper towels leaving 1 tsp fat in pan, set sausage aside.
Add diced bacon (being sure to separate pieces from each other if you stacked them when slicing) to fat in saucepan, return to heat and saute 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add diced onions to bacon in saucepan and saute mixture until bacon is cooked through (not crisp) and onions are tender, about 5 minutes longer.Add chicken broth, water, sliced potatoes, sugar, fennel seeds, salt and pepper.
Bring soup just to a boil then reduce heat to medium-low and stir in half and half, kale and cooked sausage. Cover saucepan and simmer 25 - 30 minutes, stirring occasionally, until potatoes are very tender.


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I made quite a few adjustments based on what I had in the house and mine and my husband’s preferences. December 20, 2012 at 6:12am ReplyRebecca: I made this for dinner tonight and it was delicious! Exceptional recipe, thank you for your service to home cooks everywhere, it’s always best made at home. It’s a lot like our quick clam chowder, saute onion, celery and bacon, throw in the juice from a can of clams, a bay leaf and some half and half, allow to reduce for about 15 minutes, add a cooked, diced potato or two, the clams, season with salt and pepper to taste and serve.
If you want it a bit thicker you could replace the half and half with heavy cream or you could make a roux and add it to the soup.




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