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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Tomato Soup Recipe

April 4, 2008 5 Comments
Tomato Soup Recipe

Homemade Tomato Soup Recipe I’m sure if you made this tomato soup recipe with fresh Jersey tomatoes when they are in season and perfectly ripe it would taste better but sometimes you are craving a hot tomato soup when the weather is cold outside. In this case, I used canned tomatoes and still received rave […]

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Tomato Soup Baked With Pastry On Top

February 20, 2008 1 Comment
Tomato Soup Baked With Pastry On Top

Annelie B. asks”I was out for dinner – we had tomato soup baked with pastry on top – how do I do that?” So I asked my friend Chef Jennifer Field what she would do and her reply is below. I thought it was interesting that she gave the ingredients to me in grams and […]

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Split Pea Soup Recipe

January 22, 2008 6 Comments
Split Pea Soup Recipe

Split Pea Soup with Ham My fondest memories of split pea soup were as a kid growing up. My dad would take Sunday’s fresh ham bone and any leftovers and make the best split pea soup I can remember. I have been asking him for years for the recipe but he tells me it is […]

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What To Do With Leftover Chicken Carcass

November 2, 2007 20 Comments
What To Do With Leftover Chicken Carcass

Don’t Throw Out That Roasted Chicken Carcass Question: When you roast a whole chicken for dinner or buy a rotisserie chicken at the market, what do you do with the carcass after cutting most of the meat off? I bet many of you just toss it. I often do but last night I again realized […]

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Lobster Bisque Video

June 13, 2007 0 Comments
Lobster Bisque Video

How to Make Lobster Bisque by Video With Father’s Day coming, I thought I would post this video on how to prepare Lobster Bisque at home for all to enjoy. Some of you may be thinking of buying live Maine lobsters for dad this weekend and not sure what to do with the head and shells […]

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Chicken and Hominy Soup Recipe

January 18, 2007 9 Comments
Chicken and Hominy Soup Recipe

How to Make Hominy Soup with Chicken The other day I talked about roasting a couple of chickens, one for that night’s meal and the other for something else later in the week. The first night we ate part of one chicken as our main meal with a few side dishes, the next night I […]

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Roasted Red and Yellow Pepper Puree

July 23, 2006 5 Comments
Roasted Red and Yellow Pepper Puree

Roasted Red and Yellow Pepper Puree This recipe came from Chef Alan Bickel who I have interviewed in my Novice to Pro section and who wrote the wonderful article about life in a professional kitchen called The ‘Rest’ of the Kitchen. Don’t be alarmed by the number of ingredients for this recipe. You are basically […]

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Sweet Potato Vichyssoise Recipe

July 9, 2006 7 Comments
Sweet Potato Vichyssoise Recipe

Filling and Refreshing Cold Sweet Potato Vichyssoise I love soup so I am looking for some interesting cold soups that I can serve on these hot summer days that are both filling and refreshing. I found a great recipe in one of my favorite cookbooks, Williams-Sonoma’s New Orleans. What I like about this cookbook besides […]

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Deer Valley Turkey Chili Recipe

September 17, 2003 26 Comments
Deer Valley Turkey Chili Recipe

“The best turkey chili I have ever tasted” The photo below is me volunteering at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Park City, Utah. I worked at the finish line for the men’s and women’s bobsled and skeleton events. Basically, we helped the athletes get their equipment off the ice and to the scales to make […]

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