Today’s recipe, Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Chestnut Soup, is a holiday special and ideal served as an appetizer or hors d’oeuvre. Garnished with crushed walnuts and bacon, its rich flavor will likely evoke festive joy.Read More
The weather has dipped in New York and I’ve had numerous bowls of Beef Taco Soup, it’s super delicious and filling. A real bowl of comfort food great for lunch or dinner.Read More
Cashew Butternut Squash Soup, is a medley of flavors. Mostly mild tasting ingredients, with the usual mirepoix base of onions, carrots and celery in butter. Chunks of potatoes and butternut squash are added, and followed with cashew milk and chicken stock. Finally, the flavor is amped up with some garam masala. It’s marvelous!
Black Rice Noodle Roasted Maitake Soup is so delightful. Nicely filling with oodles of flavor and variety in texture. This soup is gluten free, and no meat is added. If you nix the egg, it’s vegan too.
There are times when you need a rich soup topped with tasty ingredients. If that time for you is now, how about leek and potato soup?
Are you recovering from turkey overload after a hearty Thanksgiving meal, but wondering what to do with your leftover turkey? Never fear, I have a recipe for you, spicy turkey soup.
This is a totally delicious soup, high on the spicy scale, and nicely comforting. The recipe calls for 2 1/2 cups of diced cooked turkey and serves four.
Roasted cauliflower blue cheese soup, is a comforting bowl of goodness. It’s rich flavors makes it an ideal first course, a small bowl will open the appetite. Alternatively, a larger bowl on a Saturday afternoon, is also great too.
For a holiday dinner, a bowl of soup is always a good idea as the first course. That’s why I decided to share my recipe for apple parsnip soup. It’s a great opener to a meal, and a delight as part of a holiday meal.
Apple parsnip soup is a subtle soup with lots of texture which rates high on the comfort factor. A small bowl is all you need to serve to open up your guests’ appetites, which should get them a little excited and ready for everything else you have on the menu.
Today’s recipe is a wholesome and rustic smoked turkey bean soup. I enjoy this soup on an early Saturday evening, and so do my friends, when they time their visits right.
This is a simple soup, with only a little work soaking the pinto beans overnight. Once the beans are soaked, smoked turkey bean soup is a one pot meal that requires the addition of just a few vital ingredients and a couple of hours simmering.
I’ve been testing a recipe for Caribbean corn soup, and it’s official – I’ve cracked it!
Fall is on its way, and we will soon need a warming and tasty soup, so I’m right on time.