Gazpacho is a wonderful cold Summer soup best made when tomatoes are at their peak. There must be a million recipes for Gazpacho. I’ve taken the basic concept and adjusted it to my taste. Not being tied down to a recipe is one of the joys of cooking. You can […]
Cucumbers and dill have a natural affinity for each other. Blend them together with potatoes and cream and you have a velvety soup oozing with flavor. This soup is most delicious when served cold. Whether used as a proper first course or served as shooters at a cocktail party, everyone […]
I created this recipe when I had some leftover par-cooked cabbage. It was so good, that I started making it on its own! Prep time: 15 minutes
Beets and goat cheese have such a strong affinity for each other that I thought I would create a Passover soup based on these wonderful ingredients. Just to take it up a notch, I coated the goat cheese in candied pecans before frying it. Add a few extra nuts as garnish […]
I grew up eating this “stick to your ribs” soup on many a Friday night. It is my Grandma Jeannie’s recipe passed down through her mother Great Grandma Sarah who, no doubt, learned it from Great Great Grandma Ida. I can still see my incredibly elegant Mother picking up the […]
Creamy with some texture! This delicious soup looks like a sunset in a bowl and brightens up any meal. Serve with homemade croutons for crunch. Prep time: 20 minutes
When Winter rolls in and you’re freezing inside and out, it’s great to come home to a big bowl of steaming hot soup overflowing with different kinds of vegetables. I’ve got a long list of veggies in this soup already; but you can always add or subtract to your taste. […]
I love Onion Soup. Traditionally, it is made with beef broth and has grilled bread covered with melted cheese that gets all gooey and drips down your mouth, sitting on top of it. You can’t do that if you’re kosher. I decided to make a vegetarian version; so I can […]
This borscht is full of flavor from the vegetables and dill with a slight sweet and sour tang from the vinegar and sugar. Even your carnivores will love it!
Meat borscht has a richness of flavor that more than compensates for the extra work involved.