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… in which the lowly carrot proves to be star material.
If you like the flavor of celery, you’ll love this tasty soup!
With a rich stock, you can omit the meat and still enjoy good chicken flavor.
Use the recipe for chicken stock, including some chicken wings with the backs, necks, and giblets....
When we had our own inn in Vermont, we ran a buffet every Saturday night, and this soup was always...
An unusual soup that resembles vichyssoise.
Jerusalem artichokes are easy to grow; in fact, they can spread vigorously in an untended garden.
Even better with homemade stock, although canned broth will do!
A sprinkling of herbs or paprika will brighten up this creamy soup.
Please do not use anything but fresh mushrooms and butter in this.
This is really delicious, and if you use my recipe for creamed onions (available at our Web site;...
This “sweet” pea soup is a beautiful bright green. Try it with tender peas fresh from the garden.
An old Southern favorite which is gaining popularity in the North.
“Our special soup always receives favorable comment. It makes a fine accompaniment for a vegetarian...
“Made from our home-grown Swiss chard, this is the most popular soup served at the inn. Use fresh...
Pour (hot or cold) into a thermos and take to work for lunch.
This creamy, golden soup with satisfying flavor may be transformed into party fare by liquidizing...
This chowder tastes even better when made a day ahead and reheated just before serving.
Even our doubting tester discovered that this simple recipe produced great results. A terrific...
Great soul and belly warmer on a cold day. Preperation is quick and the smell thru the house is...
Lovely for lunch on a sultry summer day.
Don’t overcook the spinach or it will lose its bright green color.
I created this recipe when I was sick with a cold and have made it for friends and family when they...
The tangy combination of tart apples and hot spices elevates squash to first-course holiday status.
Kwanzaa (December 26-January 1) is a relatively new holiday named for the time of year when African...
Dandelions are a green with high food value which nature conveniently provides in abundance in...
“One way to start conversations among our guests in the dining room is to serve unusual sounding...
Start out with just a couple tablespoons fresh dill or half teaspoon of dried. Then increase the...
It’s good to know that this favorite of so many households is also a favored dish at Maine’s Blaine...
A good soup that’s low in fat. Great with a glass of red zinfandel and a fresh baguette.
The best way to make it is with clams you have dug yourself after dropping anchor in a secluded bay...
Duck makes an especially rich and flavorful soup.
This is a great soup – zesty, flavorful, and not too “beany.” Because it is prepared with canned...
In Greek communities, this soup is known as Avgolemono.
The appearance of the eggs is important For bright yellows, place eggs into cold water immediately...
A tasty blend of eggplant and yogurt accented by a touch of mint.
Elderberries grow along many New England roadsides and are a long-time favorite for jelly anti pie...
This soup was one of my grandmother’s (1900-1990) favorites, using fresh summer vegetables.
This stew has a touch of sweetness and is not too spicy for young palates, but grownups love it,...
From an old cook book, here is the lineal descendant of the soup for which Esau sold his birthright...
Optional additions to this “sign of forgiveness” soup are sliced hard-boiled eggs and freshly...
This is a lovely, creamy soup – its warm coral color just right for a cold winter’s day in Maine or...
Grated carrot supplies an interesting bit of color.
There are many ways to make fish balls, which should be the consistency of uncooked meat loaf...
Make with any firm-fleshed white fish, fresh or frozen.
Use fresh herbs if possible.
Experiment with different kinds of beer to discover your own preference. For a more intense cheese...
Substantial and flavorful, with lots of mushrooms in a warm-hued broth. –The Vermont inn,...

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