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Smooth-textured and simple to make.
For a chunky soup, serve without pureeing.
Pasta and Bean Soup.
Although pork tenderloin is an expensive cut of meat, it cooks quickly and has great flavor. Buy a...
Refreshing as a first course or as a dessert.
This popular combination of fresh summer or fall vegetables can be served as a stew. With less...
Here's the soup that inspired the Campbell's classic. Cream of mushroom soup was wildly popular in...
A meal in itself, this chowder should be made a day in advance of serving.
A fine chicken soup with the added bonus of feather-light knedi (dumplings). Vegetable quantities...
Spinach substitutes well for the sorrel in this versatile soup, which can be served hot or chilled...
Unpeeled red radishes are cooked and then puréed to create a surprisingly mellow soup with a...
An excellent recipe that belongs in everyone’s repertoire. Incredibly easy to make. Those who are...
Appealing even to those who think they don’t like spinach.
This recipe, by Lauren Rooney, won honorable mention in The 2009 Old Farmer’s Almanac Recipe ...
A drizzle of nutty browned butter and sage gives a wink to the Italian classic ravioli di zucca e ...
This rich, flavorful soup has a slightly nutty taste and a soft, creamy texture. Note that you...
Steaming hot mugs of this mixture will take the chill off the coldest winter’s day. –Shoreham Inn...
This soup won third prize in the Homemade Soups Contest in The 1993 Old Farmer’s Almanac....
Maple syrup lends a distinctive flavor to this rich creamy soup. Serve hot as a prelude to a winter...
Use canned salmon, drained and boned, if fresh is not available.
A tasty way to use up leftover salmon.
Salsify, also known as “oyster plant” for its oyster-like flavor, grows like carrots and parsnips.
Sauerkraut makes a delicious soup to serve with sausages or roast meat, or as a complete meal in ...
Serve for lunch with rye bread and a dark beer – ideal after a morning of cross-country skiing,...
Use hot sausage for a spicier dish.
Use both white and green portions of the scallions.
Use whole bay scallops, or quartered sea scallops.
For a smooth, cold soup, press through a food mill and chill before serving.
A rich, thick soup.
The folks at Emmanuel Church report that they serve this chowder often at “polishing parties” – it’...
Easily assembled in one pot, a chowder makes a fine spring tonic, as good (if not better) the...
Wonderfully delicate curried soup that goes well with a fish or chicken entree. –Aubergine, Camden...
Quick and easy to prepare – and very good, too.
Many of Sarah’s foreign recipes were as complicated as something out of Mastering the Art of French...
A low-fat winter chill-chaser.
Our testers absolutely raved about this! Because it can be served either slightly warm or piping...
This literally means “soup of rice”; however, in this soup the liquid is totally absorbed by the...
Madeira contributes a special flavor; add it right before serving.
Sorrel speaks of spring. Then and all summer long, it grows freely as a weed in most New England...
For this delicious, hearty soup you may use either split (yellow) or whole (green) peas. However;...
An exceptional fish and seafood soup, with an herb and white wine broth, and a spoonful of...
A spice bag is useful in making soups and sauces and in cooking meats or stews. Its ingredients...
This recipe, from Roxanne E. Chan of Albany, California, won third prize in The 2001 Old Farmer's...
Accompanied by homemade bread, this full-bodied, sharp-flavored soup makes a complete meal.
A robust and flavorful winter or summer soup. Serve it with cheese and Italian bread for lunch or...
The wonderful aroma of this soup is just the thing to come home to on a cold winter’s day. Not only...
For a smooth soup, puree before serving.
Pass around a bowl of grated Parmesan cheese to sprinkle on top.
Wash spinach in warm, not cold, water to remove the dirt that clings to the leaves.
Serve as a main course with English muffins.
Thick, nutritious, simple, and delicious.
Serve it with a green salad, a chunk of dark bread and red wine, Now that’s a meal!
Make when new potatoes, baby carrots, and tiny tender peas are available.

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