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Vermouth and bacon make a distinctive difference.
For a thicker broth, substitute a cup of heavy cream for a cup of the milk.
Try this or your own favorite recipe for oyster stew, hut substitute clams for the oysters. The...
This quintessential summer soup has been a tradition in Spain for centuries. With all of the fresh...
“It has been claimed that this soup is an aphrodisiac. Not so. It is merely fattening.” –...
A refreshing way to enjoy bean soup.
Pretty and refreshing – with lots of pizzazz from the generous amount of vermouth. –Lovett’s by...
“On a hot summer’s day there is nothing quite as appealing as a chilled soup made of the freshest...
Serve with a well-chilled dry white wine for a delightful summertime lunch.
Also tastes great made with crab meat.
Cool and refreshing – this soup is a winner during strawberry season.
Cool and refreshing, this soup is a winner during strawberry season.
This sweet, rich, and irresistible soup can be made entirely with fresh strawberries by using 4...
Consomme is a rich broth that provides the cook with a versatile, clear soup. Serve hot or cold,...
Fresh summer corn is best served in the simplest ways. Too many other ingredients and you'll miss...
In summer, use leftover corn-on-the-cob; in winter, frozen, canned, or cream-style corn.
This version omits salt pork and uses a touch of thyme.
Carrots and pimiento add pizzazz.
For a smooth bisque, press tomatoes through a food mill before adding to the soup.
Crabs that inhabit New England waters have hard shells and you must spend hours cleaning them to...
Cranberry beans are beige colored with red spots, and have a taste all their own. But if they are...
The color of strawberry ice cream, this is a versatile soup. If desired, omit club soda and garnish...
Rich in flavor and nutrition.
Rich and filling, this rewarms well but should not be brought to the boiling point.
Fresh asparagus makes this impossible to resist, but frozen works almost as well.
For once, a vegetable soup that’s not pureed! This one has plenty of flavor and plenty of texture,...
Velvety-smooth texture, delicate broccoli flavor and lovely appearance–ideal dinner-party fare. –...
Trim the Brussels sprouts of any discolored outer leaves and cut an “x” in their bases before...
Enhanced with herbs and cashews, enriched with sour cream, with an appealing texture and attractive...
… 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 “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.

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