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       Title: Mike’s Boomba Polivka Spanielska
  Categories: Soups, Ethnic, Side dishes, Main dish
       Yield: 4 Servings
  
       1 lb Can chile con carne w/ beans      1/8 t  Each: Basil, Oregano and
       1 cn Tomato soup (10 1/2 oz) plus             -Rosemary
            -equal amount of water            1/2 t  Parsley
       2 T  Parmesan cheese                   1/2 t  MSG or substitute
     1/4 t  Garlic powder                     1/4 lb Seashell macaroni, cooked
     1/2 c  Pinot Noir or dry red wine               -to package directions
  
   This is an old Ruthenian peasant dish, very popular in the Carpathian
   Alps, as well as here in Fair Oaks, CA.  Great for warming the tummy on a
   cold winter day.  This is easy to prepare, and good as a luncheon dish
   served with salad, or as a first course soup prior to a lighter entree.
   
   Combine all ingredients except macaroni in a saucepan and
   bring to a boil. Reduce heat, simmer 15 minutes.  Add the cooked macaroni
   to soup.  Heat a few minutes longer.  Top each serving with a generous
   amount of parmesan cheese.  Great with rye toast spread with garlic
   butter.
   
   Thanks to Walter Weselsky, Jr., Mont La Salle Vineyards, Napa, CA.
   From:  Favorite Recipes of California Winemakers
          Library of Congress # 63-21635
  
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