Keeping on the soup trend, this savory potato concoction is super thick n creamy. Inspired by cold, rainy weather; an abundance of potatoes, onions, herbs, and bacon from CSA shares; and some freshly made chicken and turkey stock from Thanksgiving birds.
Soup season is still in effect. Hearty, rich, and flavorful; the perfect combo of caramelized onion sweetness, salty cheese, and a buttery base.
Inspired by a friend’s post on Facebook, a recipe found online, and an abundance of heirloom tomatoes, onions, and garlic in my Red Fire Farm CSA share.
Just a little dab of bacon fat and a parmesan rind really round out this dish. It has a bright finish.
I know it sounds like blasphemy, but we actually had beef short ribs left over. I decided to add them to this lovely Turkish-inspired soup and it was a home run!
Just roasted a duck? Make some duck stock and get this refreshing soup into your mouth. You won’t be sorry.
So many great flavors come together in this spicy, hearty soup. The yogurt crema tops it off perfectly.
A hearty soup for when all those parsnips and onions come rolling in from the winter veggie CSA.
With so many sweet potatoes and apples in our winter veggie CSA I had to figure out *something* to make with them. The fennel and mascarpone just top it off with a luxurious touch.
One of the many gratifying outcomes from allowing a pork shoulder to smoke for hours and then simmering its bone for hours into delectable, smoky stock.
My go-to choice when I’m in the mood for “butternut” bisque. The melded flavors of sweet potatoes, carrots, and squash are balanced out by the salty bacon and leeks.
Well, here in New England we are mostly all back online from the October snow storm that broke our trees […]
Now that we’ve had the tiniest turn in the weather here in New England, I feel as though I can […]
In my ongoing quest to discover recipes low in fat and high in protein, fiber and nutrients, I came across […]
This season I’ve been trying a new soup recipe each week. I’ve eaten more soup in this one winter than […]
What this soup lacks in color it makes up for in flavor. The parsnip has that earthy mouthfeel that carrots carry in their scent, but doesn’t come through in their taste. The onions round out the flavor, and the maple sweetens the dish.
A little bit ago we tried out that recipe for Curried Cauliflower Soup and loved it so I figured that […]
Being in the dead of winter makes me want to make soups and stews like nobody’s business, but that can […]
Ingredients 1 cup chopped onions 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/8 cup olive oil 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano 1 1/2teaspoons salt […]
Ingredients 1 cup large shallots, sliced 1 bay leaf 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger 3/4 teaspoon curry powder 1 teaspoon chopped […]
Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive oil 4 sausages: Use whatever sausage you prefer. The flavor of the sausage is really what […]
Thanks to Ed Wallace for sharing his recipe, which has become tradition for him to bring to our Thanksgiving festivities every year!
Ingredients 1 1/2 cups dried chickpeas 8 cups water 1 (35-oz) can whole tomatoes, drained 1 large onion, finely chopped […]
Simple. Basic. Delicious.