Black-Eyed Pea Soup

Although the solstice has passed and the sun is slowly creeping its way back into our lives, we still have a lot of winter left. A hearty bean soup is one way keep your energy and stay warm until temperatures rise. My favorite take on this bean soup is Creole-style. For those who prefer it, […]

White Bean and Sausage Soup

Photo by Judith Hausman Soup or salad? When it’s cold out, choose soup. I had been hoarding sweet pork sausage from my CSA pig for several months, when we had a second snow day in one week. This seemed like a great occasion to defrost three packages of sausage and create my white bean and […]

Parsnip Soup

Photo by Judith Hausman Carrots can be boring; try some parsnips this spring instead! Signs of spring are sprouting: crocus and daffodil greens poking through the snow, hopping robins and birdsong in the air, longer days and ice-free ponds. And yet, a few more soups can still be enjoyed from last season’s root vegetables before […]

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Build Your Own Chili

Sprinkle in your own personality and preferences and create a distinct chili by using your favorite beans and other additions.

How to Store Soups and Stews

Proper food storage for your soups and stews is essential to maintain the soup’s flavor and preserve the food quality.

4 Non-flour Soup Thickeners

If you’re looking for an alternative to flour in your soup and stew recipes, these four ingredients can act as a thickening agent.

French Onion Soup

One mouthful of this traditional French onion soup recipe is sure to be a case of love at first bite.

Carrot Ginger Soup

This rich, creamy soup is made in your slow cooker and can be spiced to your taste with hot sauce and personalized with a variety of toppings.

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