Soups & Stews

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.

Turmeric Coconut Curry with Tofu and Shiitakes

A fragrant coconut curry infused with turmeric root, lemongrass, and ginger enveloping tofu and shiitake mushrooms.

Fermented Miso

Fermented Miso Recipe

Makes 8–10 cups | 4 hours active time…

Sunchoke Soup with Truffle Oil

A silky smooth soup that hints of earth and fall. Surprisingly vegan, the soup is light yet richly satisfying with deep umami flavors…

Fermented Miso

Makes 8-10 cups
4 hours active time…

Cucumber Gazpacho with Yogurt, Lime, and Cilantro

In the heat of summer, nothing is as cooling and refreshing as cucumber. Here, it is blended into a silky, creamy soup with Greek yogurt, coriander, lime, and cilantro, and then chilled…

Moroccan Chickpea Soup with Za’atar Sticks

Packed with an abundance of vegetables, protein-rich chickpeas, and ras el hanout spice; this soup will instantly transpose you to a Marrakesh market.

Cock-A-Leekie Soup

The weather can be so variable here in late spring and early summer, and on a cold, damp June-uary day, there is nothing more comforting than a warming bowl of chicken soup.

Apple Celeriac Soup with Pork Belly

In a large pot, add celeriac, onion, apples, garlic, and wine and cover with water.

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