Soups & Stews

Sorghum: The Versatile Grain You’ll Fall For

In our kitchen, the cooler months beg for pantry items that are versatile. I often find myself hunkering down a bit more than usual in the winter, as many of us do in Seattle, relying on old standbys like soups and stews, homemade bread, and roasted vegetables.

Lemongrass Soup with Rhubarb and Radishes

Serves 6 | start to finish: 25 minutes

Spring ingredients liven up this traditional Thai soup. Chopped pieces of local rhubarb soften and melt into the broth…

Roasted Vegetable Soup with Miso

A savory autumn soup hits the spot at the end of a long chilly day or even on the go, in a thermos. This soup is so rich…

Paprika-Spiked Sundried Tomato Soup

by Jess Thomson
Serves 6 to 8
Start to finish: 45 minutes
from Edible Seattle January/February 2010…

Northwest Vegetarian Hot and Sour Soup

Dried mushrooms, kale, and carrots from spring markets make this version of a Chinese classic decidedly Northwestern….

Quick Red Turkey Chili with White Beans and Sausage

This chili is the perfect way to finish off a smoked or spiced turkey. For a little heat, consider adding a finely chopped chipotle pepper or two, from a can of chipotles en adobo…

Sugar Hubbard Chili Stew

As written, this makes a hearty and healthy vegan stew. Omnivores might find some added pleasure from the addition of chunks of stewing pork when the squash is added, or using chicken stock…

Thai-Inspired Fish and Coconut Soup

Buying fish bones takes guts; rarely does a fishmonger set up a display of halibut spines sprouting a neon sign, and if you haven’t done it before, asking for bones may feel a little like raiding a graveyard…

Grandma’s Soothing Seaweed Soup

While this soup is typically made with beef, you can also substitute chopped clams for a soup that tastes more intensely of the sea…

Charles Haynes

Green Lentil Soup with Cumin and Lemon

The “French green” lentils in this soup refer to a type of lentil, rather than an imported product. Washington grows more lentils than anywhere in the US. Bob’s Red Mill sells Palouse-grown French green lentils…

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