We had the best soup the other night in a restaurant. I was quizzing the server about the ingredients until my husband said, "In case you haven't figured it out, my wife is stealing your recipe." She immediately returned with the list of ingredients. Since I am a recipe thief and not a pest, I thanked her, but didn't press her to bug the chef for the amounts. I just made the soup for tomorrow's lunch special, but something isn't right. Mine has no depth and I'd like to pester you people for help with the recipe. It's called Tomato Poblano and was very spicy without being very hot. Here's what I have in the amounts I've used: 2 onion 2t garlic 2 whole roasted and peeled poblano peppers 1 whole roasted and peeled jalepeno 1/2 can guinness 1T worcestershire 1 can v-8 tabasco 2t oregano 1t cumin 1t thyme 1/4 c flour 1/2 c bleu cheese 1c cheddar 1cparmesan I sauteed the veg and spices, added the flour, tomatoes, beer,v-8 then cheeses. Their soup wasn't cheesy, so I don't want to go heavy on the cheese, but I need flavor. It isn't even very spicy, although when my immersion blender spit some of it in my eye, it seemed pretty hot.... I'm letting it sit overnight in hopes the flavors will mature. What do you think!