The Soup Game

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Can you name the the following soup-related terms?

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This type of soup or stew is made with whatever is available.
A thick fog can be called this kind of soup.
Soybeans must undergo this process in order to make miso soup.
Some people prefer chicken soup with the addition of these spherical objects.
Jaret Reddick, Erik Chandler, Chris Burney and Gary Wiseman comprise this band, whose top song is 2003's 'Girl All the Bad Guys Want.'
In this fairy tale, villagers are convinced to contribute ingredients to visitors who had no food and an empty pot.
The production of this Chinese soup is controversial, as a certain animal is treated brutally.
In the Family Guy episode 'Petarded,' Peter Griffin wears these when he eats the soup.
Rufus T. Firefly, Chicolini and Pinky try to help Freedonia in this 1933 movie.
In the Seinfeld episode 'The Soup,' this character doesn't think that a bowl of soup counts as a meal.
This show, which ran from 1991-2002 on E!, made fun of talk shows and other entertainment.
Okra is the only necessary ingredient in this Creole soup.
A favorite of college students making an instant soup of this Chinese soup.
A full meal is said to go 'from soup to' this.
In Genesis, Jacob bought the birthright from his brother Esau in exchange for this kind of soup.
This company ran advertisements with NFL stars LaDainian Tomlinson, Donovan McNabb and Kurt Warner.
According to Saul (Eddie Murphy) in 'Coming to America,' why doesn't the waiter taste the soup?
The Miller-Urey experiment showed that life first came from this.
His catchphrase is 'No soup for you!'
One punchline to this joke is 'He's doing the backstroke!'
First of a series of books with over 100 titles, including 'for the teenager,' 'for the prisoner' and 'for the golfer.'
In Lemony Snicket's 'The Wide Window,' Aunt Josephine is afraid of the stove, and only makes this soup.
This is the nickname for an area in upper New York state, where Jews would come to vacation from the 1920s to the 1960s.
This is the name of the serving dish used for soups.

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