Soup and Burger
The ultimate finish for our Make Your Own Epic Burger Adventure, this reworked cheese and onion burger is great on its own or dipped in French Onion Soup.
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Try this French bistro classic for a quick and easy winter treat. Although this soup's origins are disputed, many believe that it was invented by King Louis XIV who, when coming home late from hunting, would only find bags of onions, butter, and Champagne in the kitchen, thus bringing to fruition the base for this traditional French soup.  Today it is topped with thick baguette slices and melted cheese for a perfectly rounded-out dish.
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Everything you love about French Onion soup, compressed between two pieces of bread: sweet caramelized onions cooked in rich beef stock, Gruyère, and fresh thyme. A two-for-one soup and a sandwich.
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If I had to choose just one genre of food to eat for the rest of my life, it would surely be chips and dip. They are my absolute weakness. And if I had to choose just one pairing, it would undoubtedly be French onion dip with ridged potato chips. It's the king of all dips, as far as I am concerned. And if you eat this rich and creamy delight as much as I do, you can bet I've hunted down a lighter solution to what could be a dangerously unhealthy habit. By swapping out the sour cream with your favorite brand of nonfat Greek yogurt, this recipe not only tastes better than the classic version (arguably), but will leave you feeling a lot less guilty.  Click here to see 11 New Ways to Use Greek Yogurt   Click here to see Healthy Football Season Snacks
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French Onion Dip
This rich French appetizer, served simply with potato chips, is the perfect cocktail accompaniment.           This recipe is courtesy of Food Network.
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“People devour these meatballs. The meatballs and apricot sauce can be prepared in advance; combine the two, however, just before baking. I use Annie’s Naturals brand French dressing in this recipe because I like the authentic, close-to-homemade taste. I’m partial to the French onion dip mix from Simply Organic.” — Kerry Dunnington, author of This Book Cooks 
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Vegetarian French Onion Soup
Snow, ice, wind, cold. Winter is upon us, which means, soup season is upon us. French onion soup is a classic go-to warming technique. This simple yet hearty dish is typically made with beef stock, leaving vegetarians out in the cold. Making this version at home is simple and delicious, and animal-cruelty free. The secret ingredient? Coffee. Click here to see more Warm Winter Soup recipes.
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Burnt Onions
Though intended for our Make Your Own Epic Burger Adventure, this soup can also be eaten alone with a piece of sliced baguette and melted gruyère on top.
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Onion Dip
This creamy dip has the sweetest, deepest flavor thanks to using super caramelized, slow-cooked onions.This recipe is courtesy of Betty Crocker.
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Green Lake Casserole
The original version of this recipe is called Green Lake Chicken, and it was created by my mother in order to feed the large crowds of family that would be running around our family's camp up in Green Lake, Maine. Because I've gone vegetarian for a little while (for denominational reasons — not permanently), I created this meatless version of it. Hers uses cream of chicken soup and shredded chicken, and while the mushrooms and lentils weren't a part of hers, they may become part of my non-vegetarian version. Click here to see Casserole Recipe Redux
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