Italian Wedding Soup — Most Popular Pin of the Week

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The summer heat may still be beating down upon us, but craving a bowl of soup is a year-round comfort. This week's Most Popular Pin of the Week, Food Network Magazine's Italian Wedding Soup, gets a twist with the addition of orzo, a tiny rice-shaped pasta that adds a delicate texture.

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Get the recipe: Food Network Magazine's Italian Wedding Soup
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