Archive for the 'Soups' Category

Soup, Soup, Glorious Soup

By Guido Nussbaum It isn’t many foods that have poems written about them. And remember the story of Esau who, coming in tired and hungry, was willing to give up his birthright for a bowl of pottage – lentil soup. I t must have been good soup! From the time man discovered that he could […]

Top Notch Cream of Tomato Soup

By Leah Quinn Easy to make and oh so satisfying, I made this in advance of oral surgery (yeah, I know, ugh!) when I knew I wouldn’t be able to cope the next day. This creamy yet full of needed vitamins soup kept my head afloat, and more. This one is a keeper and of […]

Florentine Tortellini Soup With Prosciutto

By Peter Alfieri If you can’t go to Florence, bring Florence to you!! I first had a similar soup to this recipe about 10 years ago. I’ve gone through a few revisions (and years) before coming up with the soup you now see listed below. If you haven’t been to Florence, allow me to give […]

Basics For Healthy Soup Recipes

By Glen D. Williams Soup, properly made, is one of the healthiest and most enjoyable styles of cooking. While most canned soups are way too high in fats and salt, when you make it yourself, you can get the nutrition without much of the bad stuff. You can create hundreds of tasty and healthy meals […]

Gourmet Soups

By Joseph Devine In the olden days, soups were just whatever leftovers were boiled in water. Today they have progressed into something much more sophisticated, and used not as a last resort, but often as a centerpiece. The great thing about choosing to make a soup for a special occasion is that it is often […]

Stew Cooking Tips A Novices Guide to Delicious Stews

By KC Kudra Stews are very popular, especially when the weather is cool, and you want something warming and tasty. A stew is a combination of solid foods, usually meat, or fish with vegetables that have been simmered or cooked slowly in a liquid sauce to allow the flavors to combine well. The sauce is […]

Yummy Budget Vegetable Soup

By Carol Stanley Today we live in troubled times, and most of us are worried about how we will survive if this or that happens. We are eagerly trying to save some dollars and curb our spending. This recipe is a favorite of ours, and I have been making it for years substituting this or […]

Ham Soup Recipes 5 Delicious Ways To Use That Hambone

By Pam Cole Do you have a ham bone in your freezer but you’re not sure what to do with it? Here’s a fun assortment of five recipes with crock pot and stovetop instructions. These range from the traditional split pea to the creative wild rice and ham chowder. Lentil Soup Prep time: 15 minutes […]

Cooking Your Own Chicken Soup

By KC Kudra There is nothing like a good bowl of chicken soup. It makes you feel better when you are sick. It warms you up on a winter day. It is kid friendly. How can you find anything better? Instead of just opening a can and adding some water, why not try making your […]