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FIRST PLACE, WHITE CHICKEN CHILI, Edwina Dykes, Barbour County
SECOND PLACE, SOUTHWESTERN SOUP, Carol Goodson, Houston County
THIRD PLACE, FRUIT SOUP, Karan Tucker, Fayette County
COLD PEACH SOUP, Nancy Farrow, Tallapoosa County
BAKED POTATO SOUP, Susan Sarro, Talladega County
GREEN CHILI SOUP, Margaret Jones, St. Clair County
SANTA FE SOUP, Nancy Davis, Shelby County
CHILLED BLUEBERRY SOUP, Ashley Smith, Russell County
CHICKEN AND WILD RICE SOUP, Carol Knight, Randolph County
POTATO SOUP, Virginia Abercrombie, Morgan County
TURNIP GREEN SOUP, Dianne Nall, Monroe County
EIGHT CAN SOUP, Patsy Fincher, Mobile County
BLACK BEAN SOUP, Doris McGuire, Limestone County
BLACK BEAN SOUP, Carole Clements, Lee County
TACO SOUP, Brad Brooks, Lauderdale County
TURNIP GREEN SOUP, Shirley Weeks, Lamar County
FRESH STRAWBERRY SOUP, Eloise Rosser, Jefferson County
REDUCED-FAT TACO SOUP, Frances Loyd, Jackson County
HAM AND BEAN SOUP, Shirley Ezzell, Franklin County
STRAWBERRY SOUP, Virginia Saxon, Etowah County
CHICKEN TORTILLA SOUP, Loretta Culpepper, Dale County
HAMBURGER SOUP, Nancy Garrison, Cullman County
PASTA E FAGIOLI, Janice Hollis, Crenshaw County
TACO SOUP, Nora Kelley, Coosa County
JIMMY’S TACO SOUP, Jimmy Jimmerson, Cleburne County
CREAMY CHICKEN VEGETABLE SOUP, Dawn East, Cherokee County
CHEESEBURGER SUPREME SOUP, Lillian Slay, Chambers County
CREAMY SWEET POTATO SOUP, Linda Findley, Calhoun County
CHEESEBURGER SOUP, Dixie Black, Butler County
SANTA FE SOUP, Melita Cantey, Bullock County
CHICKEN ENCHILADA SOUP, Barbara Pool, Blount County
NEW YEAR�S DAY BLACK-EYED PEA SOUP, Jean Fontaine, Baldwin County
CHILLED BLUEBERRY SOUP, Ashley Smith, Russell County

1 pint fresh blueberries
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1 cup water
2 1/4 cups plain yogurt

Bring blueberries, sugar, cinnamon and water to a boil in saucepan (2-quart or larger). Boil for 3 minutes and then simmer for 10 minutes. Let cool. Place in blender. Add yogurt. Blend well and chill completely. Serve in cups/bowls. Lightly sprinkle with cinnamon for color. Garnish with a dollop of yogurt and fresh blueberries.





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