Course: Soup

Chestnut Soup with Beer
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Chestnut Soup with Beer

I love Chestnut Soup with Beer. I’ve had the experience of peeling fresh chestnuts and frankly, I didn’t enjoy it. Buying bottled or packaged chestnuts makes them much more user friendly. You can make this Chestnut Soup with Beer velvety smooth or leave it slightly chunky with bits of chestnut […]

Spinach and Pear Soup
American, Soup

Spinach and Pear Soup

This Spinach and Pear soup is silky smooth and light. It has a mild spinach flavor despite its green color. The pear really shines through when you sprinkle the soup with the cardamom dusted pear croutons. Add them to the soup after you  serve so the croutons don’t get soggy. […]

Minestrone
Italian, Soup

Minestrone

 This Minestrone is for those who don’t want to sauté, caramelize or sear. Just layer your ingredients in a pot and simmer. The result is a flavorful, al dente vegetable mix with a small amount of  natural juices If you prefer more liquid, just add a little vegetable broth to […]

Chicken Soup
Eastern European, Holidays, Soup

Chicken Soup

Chicken Soup, aka Jewish penicillin, is one of the world’s most iconic soups . Every family in every culture has their own special formula. My Chicken Soup is the same one that was made in my Great Grandmother’s home, my Grandmother’s home,  in my home as a child and now […]

White Sweet Potato Soup
Soup, Starters & Sides

White Sweet Potato Soup

White Sweet Potato Soup is a conversation starter. It’s not something you’re served every day-if at all. I discovered the special flavor of this soup when we were in South Africa. The chef generously told me the ingredients. White sweet potatoes are starchier and sweeter than their orange cousins. This […]