Italian Wedding Soup – with a beefy twist!

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The following is a guest blog post by my friend Leslie Williams–an amazing cook who is a very gracious host! I think you will enjoy her meatball soup recipe. I also believe that I will try this recipe in my electric pressure cooker during Christmas break while I have a houseful of kids home to feed! Thanks for sharing this recipe with it’s “BEEF-y tweaks,” Leslie!!

“No soup for you!” 
The Soup

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