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  It’s almost universal, our yen for chicken soup. I don’t know of any hard evidence that it...
The parishioners of the Church of the Epiphany in Southbury, Connecticut, routinely package the...
The almond has been a treasured ingredient as long as recorded history. It played an important role...
Serve as a first course for a festive occasion.
Once in a French restaurant, I was served the most exquisite pea soup the world has ever known. Sad...
Sliced almonds, almond liqueur, and tight cream create a most unusual soup that can be served...
Originated by our Executive Chef Woody Clark. This is an elegant addition to a harvest meal. It...
The pride of Maine takes center stage in this stick-to-your-ribs fall and winter warmer.
I first tasted artichoke soup at The Stanford Court in San Francisco, and I found its flavor...
You may serve this fresh spring soup either hot or cold, which makes it a great option for ...
Our Autumn Garden Soup recipe comes courtesy of Cooking Fresh with The Old Farmer's Almanac.
The lemon juice and yogurt give this Greek chicken soup a deliciously fresh taste.
Make a meal of this luscious creamy soup, a spinach salad, and French bread.
This quick and easy soup is a perfect prelude to a meal of barbecued chicken or ribs.
This recipe was the second prize winner in the 2012 Bacon Recipe Contest, as featured in The 2012...
Saturday night supper soup.
An outstanding recipe for chowder that’s quick to make and very easy because it’s all made in the...
A stick-to-the-ribs soup for cold-weather appetites. Use beef stock instead of water for a richer ...
This soup takes a little more time to prepare, but it’s well worth the effort: the vegetables are...
Taste and texture will depend on the kind of beans used.
Try snap beans, peas, and other vegetables in this stew. By adding them at the end you can preserve...
Zucchini can take the place of eggplant in this dish.
Green olives provide extra color for this fragrant dish.
An unusual recipe from Martha’s Vineyard.
See all of our favorite soup recipes.
Pass around a small pitcher of sherry and invite your guests to season their servings to taste.
Serve in small bowls as an appetizer on a hot summer night or as a dessert soup, generously...
Try wild blueberries, or if cultivated berries are your only choice, use fruit juice instead of...
Special enough for company, but delicious anytime, this unique stew needs nothing more than a good...
This topping will transform a number of soups into a very special affair. It is good on split pea...
Equally good served cold – just press through a food mill and chill.
There are many ways to make this patriarch of fish stews. Serve all ingredients in large howls or...
Crusty French bread several days old holds up well in this soup. Don’t use very soft bread or it...
A light, tangy soup from the autumn garden.
Easy and well loved by many.
If broccoli isn’t available, use cauliflower instead.
This soup won honorable mention in the Homemade Soups Contest in The 1993 Old Farmer’s Almanac....
This stew used to be made with squirrel meat.
Easy and very good! You can use frozen vegetables if preferred.
This soup was created on New Year’s Day 2004. It is very simple to make and can be done within an...
Simple and delicious meal for fall/winter.
In winter, try sauerkraut in place of fresh cabbage.
This is best made several hours ahead of serving time, for this allows it to “season.” The next day...

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