Soups & Stews

Celery Root & White Bean Soup

Finish with heavy cream and serve hot with buttered toast or buttered bread crumbs.

Winter Squash Soup with Apples, Leeks, and Ginger-Thyme Brown Butter

Add toppings, such as a dollop of yogurt or crème fraîche and toasted seeds or nuts. Drizzle with a spoonful of ginger-thyme brown butter (included).

Nectarine and Shiso Soup  

This combination of flavors in a savory soup context is delicious!

Spring Nettle Soup with Tarragon

Luxurious and vibrant green, this can be made with nutritious nettles or baby spinach. Keep it vegan and add a drizzle of truffle oil, or swirl in yogurt for extra richness.

Thai Coconut Chicken and Black Rice Soup 

High in protein and packed with flavor, this soup makes for a mighty fine lunch or light dinner.

Chicken Laksa

This coconut curry noodle soup hails from Malaysia and is made with flavorful laksa paste, a blend of lemon grass, ginger, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, and chilies. The warming coconut broth is the perfect vehicle for rice noodles and your choice of chicken, shrimp, or tofu.

Moroccan Carrot Soup

This cozy soup is infused with warming ginger and cinnamon. Orange juice adds an unexpected brightness, while cayenne kicks up the heat.

Mexican Minestrone 

This simple, humble, rice and bean soup is made easy with the use of basic pantry ingredients. Keep it vegan or add meat. Infused with Mexican spices, the earthy soup comes alive with zesty lime, fresh cilantro, and spicy jalapeño. 

Spicy Miso Ramen with Chili Roasted Salmon

This quick-and-easy meal is bursting with flavor. The addition of miso makes the broth not only simple to make, but gives it great flavor and depth. This version is lightened up with salmon instead of pork and heated up with chili paste.

Italian Tomato, Lentil, and Bacon Soup

I couldn’t get enough of this soup the first time my Italian zia lifted a big pot of it from her stove, and it is still one of my family’s favorite suppers — rich, filling, and tasty enough to satisfy the heartiest of appetites and, if served with a loaf of crusty bread, the perfect one-pot meal for when the nights start drawing in.

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