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    Posted on Dec 27, 2015

    8 Soups and Toddies that Will Save Your Sick Day

    The heroes to all your sniffles.

    Don't be a red-nosed reindeer:

    Do you know what's adorable? Rudolph with his fuzzy ears and glowing red nose. Do you know what's not adorable? When you wake up looking like Rudolph, only your red nose isn't going to light up anyone's foggy Christmas Eve.

    It's time to make yourself a big pot of soup (heavy on the broth), and settle in on the couch:

    1. Chicken Soup with Onions and Garlic for the Endless Winter

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    This kitchen sink soup recipe is bound to reduce your Rudolph sniffles. Get the recipe.

    2. Joanne Chang's Hot and Sour Soup

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    Let this hot and sour soup melt away your cold. Get the recipe.

    3. Hot Honey Butternut Squash Soup

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    No need for tea. This soup has all the honey you need. Get the recipe.

    4. Barbara Lynch's Spicy Tomato Soup

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    An easy way to get your Vitamin C. Get the recipe.

    5. Dirty Chai Toddy

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    This is a drink on a mission -- to get you feeling better. Get the recipe.

    6. Hot Toddy with Dried Cherries and Lime

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    This classic hot toddy is a revitalizing antidote to your holiday cold. Get the recipe.

    7. Kentucky Hot Toddy

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    This is refreshing, balanced toddy that won't make you feel as if you've been hit over the head. Get the recipe.

    8. Classic Hot Toddy

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    Drink up. Get the recipe.

    Taylor Rondestvedt contributed to this post. For more, visit Food52.