Soup Recipes

When I thing of soup, I think comfort food. When I’m chilled to the bone, I’m looking for hot thick soup like my Simple Butternut Squash Soup Recipe.

When I’m sick or don’t feel good, please give me one of my chicken soup recipes. And when it’s summer time and really hot outside, I’m looking to make one of my favorite cold soups like my Gazpacho Soup Recipe

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Soupe au Pistou Recipe

May 7, 2014 0 Comments
Soupe au Pistou Recipe

   Vegetable Soup with Basil and Garlic This simple and delicious vegetable soup is from the 1994 cookbook Backroad Bistros, Farmhouse Fare – A French Country Cookbook by Jane Sigal. Jane is a “journalist, author, editor, recipe developer and teacher” who lived in France for 12 years and went to culinary school at Ecole de […]

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Lettuce Soup Recipe

April 21, 2014 15 Comments
Lettuce Soup Recipe

Incredibly Simple Yet Amazingly Tasty We enjoyed a great meal at the home of one of our oldest daughter’s friends recently. To start the meal Cathy served this lettuce soup recipe from her Grandma Marilyn. When I first heard we were having “lettuce” soup I thought to myself this isn’t going to taste like much […]

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Peruvian Potato Leek Soup Recipe

January 20, 2014 0 Comments
Peruvian Potato Leek Soup Recipe

Delicious Purple Potato Leek Soup For Real This potato leek soup is not really Peruvian, I just used purple potatoes someone had dug out of their garden and had on hand. However, if you do use a purple potato, you may be surprised by the color of the soup. It’s different. If you don’t have […]

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Chicken Posole Recipe

January 9, 2014 2 Comments
Chicken Posole Recipe

A Traditional Mexican Soup But Made With Chicken Posole is a Mexican dish that’s traditionally prepared with a less expensive cut of pork like the shoulder but can also be made with chicken or turkey. It is basically made the same way except you substitute chicken or pork. I prefer using thigh meat because I […]

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Carrot Fennel Soup Recipe

November 24, 2013 0 Comments
Carrot Fennel Soup Recipe

Carrot Fennel Soup Adapted from Kim O’Donnel’s The Meat Lover’s Meatless Celebrations My neighbor is an investment advisor and each month we receive his firm’s newsletter with various articles celebrating “life in America”.  I found this recipe in the most recent edition. I love carrots and think fennel is one of the most under-rated vegetables […]

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Mushroom Barley and Kale Minestrone Soup Recipe

October 30, 2013 0 Comments
Mushroom Barley and Kale Minestrone Soup Recipe

A Twist On Classic Mushroom Barley Soup I love mushrooms anytime of the year but especial in soups and stews in the Fall. Kale seems to be the “hot” ingredient for 2013 showing up everywhere including kale chips and raw kale in salads. Put them together with a bunch of other “soup” ingredients and you […]

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Lobster Stock Recipe

May 14, 2013 1 Comment
Lobster Stock Recipe

How to Make Classic Lobster Stock at Home Stock seems to hold a mystique for many home cooks. But, at the end of the day, stock is just a way to extract every bit of flavor and body out of ingredients. It’s a way to prevent waste. If we start thinking of stock as more […]

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Broccoli Almond Soup Recipe

January 10, 2013 7 Comments
Broccoli Almond Soup Recipe

How about a soup that not only tastes great but is also good for you! We all know broccoli is good for you but then when you add all these other healthy ingredients plus some toasted almonds for texture, favor and a little extra protein, you end up with a nutritionally balanced meal that tastes […]

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Cream of Chicken Soup Recipe

January 9, 2013 1 Comment
Cream of Chicken Soup Recipe

  If you like chicken soup, you’re going to enjoy this cream of chicken soup. When I think of cream of chicken soup, I’m reminded of the Campbell’s condensed version my mom served us growing up. Loved it back then. I even used it as a base in college for my mac and cheese dinners […]

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Squash – Autumns Ambassadors

September 16, 2012 0 Comments
Squash – Autumns Ambassadors

Butternut – Acorn – Spaghetti Squash By contributing writer Mark R. Vogel The envoys of fall arrive to greet us well before the autumnal equinox. Gourds, which include pumpkins, winter squash, and those warty, odd-shaped decorative miniatures, begin showing up in supermarkets and roadside stands in late summer. Appearing even before the leaves start changing, […]

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