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A mushroom soup that is clear rather than creamy. The Tamari enriches the taste as well as the...
Shrimp adds a special touch to this soup. Use frozen shrimp if you can’t obtain fresh.
“A great favorite at our inn and a marvelous way to utilize the abundance of tomatoes from the...
Canned tomato soup is one of the great blessings of modem life – beautifully smooth, zesty,...
I loved stroganoff as a kid, but as a working mom I found it tough to cook after work. This recipe...
Inspired by a traditional Finnish recipe, this soup is delicious served either as an appetizer or...
A wonderfully versatile soup. Served as described here, it makes a refreshing appetizer or hot-...
Tastes best served several hours or a day after it is made. Use freshly extracted Concord grape...
A Swedish dessert soup that’s easy to make and very good. Try serving it over vanilla ice cream, ...
Even if you can’t find oysters in the shell and have to settle for fresh-shucked, this soup is an...
Use up an abundance of vegetables from your garden with this soup. The choice of what to include is...
Fresh herbs and vegetables give this versatile soup the best possible flavor.
When you serve this soup, see if your dinner guests can identify the flavor.
A classic Spanish soup.
Substitute balsamic or other vinegar if you wish. The bread simply disappears when you stir it in.
A pretty and pleasantly spiced cold soup. Some like to top it with a dollop of sour cream.
On a very hot day, serve with an ice cube in each bowl.
In this crunchier version, vegetables are chopped by hand. Dice them as carefully as you can for...
Serve with a fruit salad.
This recipe, by Sally Sibthorpe, won honorable mention in The 2010 Old Farmer's Almanac Recipe...
There is no single way to make this meat stew, which usually includes veal or pork (beef will also...
Honorable Mention in the 2008 Ethnic Recipe Contest
Just the thing to simmer on a woodstove in winter.
Any cool or rainy day is a great time to make this invigorating, traditional soup. You can cheat...
If members of your family don’t like eggplant, this unusual soup may change their minds.
Puréed green beans and fresh basil combine to form a compelling and sophisticated soup.
Use fresh green beans, but don’t overcook them or they will lose their bright green color.
This is a hearty stew for a cold day. Goes exceptionally well in a sourdough bread bowl.
A tantalizing and elusively flavored soup can be made from greens left over from a salad or culled...
You can use any other firm, white fish in this chowder, but haddock has a unique taste.
Time carefully so you don’t overcook the fish.
For a complete meal, serve with warm bread or rolls and sliced tomatoes.
A traditional New England soup that is easy to make and sure to please.
Navy beans are preferred for this soup, but other varieties of dry beans can be used equally well.
My husband and I stopped at a family restaurant while traveling and were surprised to see the soup...
This is something that I accidentally came up with when we had almost no food. It was so good that...
You can substitute a number of other vegetables for the broccoli used here to create your own...
Pretty in color, rich, thick, and flavorful. A great way to make use of the late summer harvest.
This hearty soup will whet the appetite of anyone who smells it cooking.
Slices of spicy kielbasa enliven this thick, hearty soup. Serve with warm pumpernickel bread.
This delcious vegetable soup recipe is courtesy of Cooking Fresh from The Old Farmer's Almanac.
An Autumn soup created to expand my Hearty Soup series for my friends to share.
When Helen and Larry Mugnai opened Helen’s Restaurant in Machias, Maine, in 1950, their fish...
Try other combinations of fresh herbs to vary the flavor.
Use whatever fresh herbs are available to make your own special blend.
Chicken stock may also be used as the base.
This recipe has been passed down in my family since the depression. It has many variations, since...
Homemade stock is easy to make, and you can probably keep up with the demand if you save the bones...

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