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A very tasty and hearty soup.
A colorful soup, flecked with orange and green.
This recipe won first prize and $250 in our 2015 Almanac Recipe Contest.  Winner: Ann Fine, Kansas...
Bill Sammons purees this creamy and lightly flavored soup using a conical strainer and a wooden...
Simple ingredients joined in just the right proportions make this a splendid soup – thick and...
For a special treat, use tender baby carrots.
If you prefer a thinner consistency, add some chicken stock, tomato juice, water milk, or a...
Serve this rich soup with bread and a salad to make a complete meal. This dish is a good example of...
A light soup that makes a good appetizer. Served cold, it resembles vichyssoise.
If salt pork, potatoes, and onions define traditional New England clam chowder, then this one is a...
Just the thing on a frosty fall evening, followed by hot apple pie.
If cherries aren’t in season when you feel like cherry soup, here is a quick good recipe that uses...
Often substituted for parsley in French cooking, chervil is easy to grow and its taste is worth the...
Hot or cold, makes an elegant appetizer to a formal dinner. When fresh chestnuts are not available...
Chestnut soup, chestnut dressing, chestnut desserts—all remind us of the British roots of many...
This chicken soup has a special texture and taste.
Cock-a-Leekie, as the British call it, needs the subtle flavor of leeks to make it just right. But...
Use a rich chicken stock as the base for this soup.
Serve as a main dish, followed by a salad.
This soup is easy to make and a good way to use up leftover chicken.
Chicken soup has been known to cure everything from the sniffles of a cold to the sniffles from a...
One theory claims this recipe made its way into New England via the sea captains who discovered it...
Nothing artificial here – from stock to noodles to final product.
Serve topped with dumplings.
This recipe is one of the specialties of a famous New England inn, the Yankee Pedlar, in Holyoke,...
Although this stew did not originate in New England, it has earned a place in almost every Northern...
Chili makes a wonderfully nutritious meat-stretching meal, This recipe makes a delicious, hearty...
A welcome variation on this spring classic. The additional garnish of lump crabmeat adds an...
A hot-day soup.
The buttermilk in this soup gives it a particularly pleasing and tangy flavor.
In some European countries, fruit soups are served as a dessert, but our guests seem to prefer them...
This beautiful and refreshing soup from Cooking Fresh with The Old Farmer's Almanac is perfect at...
Pretty and refreshing. Serve either as a soup or dessert.
“We start serving our very popular chilled soups over the Memorial Day weekend and continue through...
Most refreshing on a hot summer day!
A refreshing start to any summer meal. Creamy-smooth texture with an appealing color. Any seasonal...
“One of our most requested recipes. Some of our customers even order it for dessert on hot July...
“This is a great favorite with our guests and we serve it during the winter season, too, as it can...
This slightly gingery and attractive soup is Jane’s close approximation of one she enjoyed in China...
This recipe comes from Lymes’ Heritage Cookbook, by Connecticut’s Lyme Historical Society....
“Before settling in to wait for Santa by our crackling fire, guests at the Governor’s Inn enjoy a...
Historically, corn has been a major crop for the farms that lie along the fertile floodplain of the...
An outstanding stew that’s perfect for those nights when every member of the family needs to eat at...
Instead of browning, this method boils the beef, resulting in a fine-textured chili. This recipe...
Be careful never to let the broth boil after adding clams to any chowder.
Two New England favorites in one.
Serve as a main dish for lunch or supper.
Mussels, lobster meat, or white fish can also be added to this fragrant stew.
This recipe includes all the traditional ingredients for true New England clam chowder—fresh...
You can’t have a story about New England soups without mentioning clam chowder. Everyone has his...

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