This creamy soup is elegant enough to kick off a formal meal, but satisfying enough to serve for lunch, eaten at your desk while you try to make a deadline. Serves 6.
When is the last time you tasted an amazing potato soup with organic ingredients? Well, here it is! We love this simple flavorful soup and it couldn’t be easier to make. Served hot, it’s perfect for a winter lunch or supper; served chilled with a dollop of sour cream, it’s a summer classic. ...
Suave and hearty, this soup makes a perfect one-dish supper. A bit of smoked paprika adds resounding depth. Serves 4
This is a great recipe for a crockpot. In the morning, throw everything, except the kielbasa and frozen peas, into the slow cooker. When you get home in the evening, stir in the final ingredients, and dinner will be ready by the time the table is set. A loaf of crusty bread turns this comforting...
The ever-so-slight saltiness of ham is a perfect complement for the rich sweet flavor of butternut squash. If it suits your taste, try adding a dollop of plain yogurt along with the ham and chives. (Any variety of hard squash or even carrots can stand in for the butternuts.) Serves 4 - 6
Homemade soup on the table in 30 minutes? You bet. This minestrone-inspired soup makes a complete and delicious meal as it is, but feel free to add a scoop or two of cooked ditalini or macaroni. Serves 4 to 6
This is a soothing, mild version of the Mexican hominy soup, which often contains a swirl of red chile sauce. If you need a little heat, season to taste with bottled hot sauce. Serves 4
Loaded with bright orange vegetables and a hint of heat from fresh chilis, this smooth soup veers from the usual sweet pumpkin soups. Topped with creamy avocado and crisp bacon, it makes a satisfying lunch or dinner. Serves 4 to 6
The soothing flavors of a baked potato…in soup form. We wouldn’t blame you for adding a dollop of sour cream! Serves 4 to 6
Make sure to add extra time to savor this amazing, tasty lentil soup! Serves 2 - 4
Make this soup as part of a holiday menu or re-purpose use leftover sweet potatoes for a lighter meal the next day. Makes 2 quarts
Does this classic really need a description? We think not, but you'll be happy to give this recipe a try. Serves 6
Chicken sausage may be an unexpected addition to borscht, but we love how it complements the natural sweetness of beets and red cabbage. Serves 4 to 6.
Bacon adds its porky savor to this healthy, colorful chowder chock-a-block full of squash, quinoa and spinach. Serves 4 to 6
If you're going to do it, we believe in doing it authentically. In Tuscany, the garlic toast is placed in the bottom of the bowl and the stew is lovingly ladled over it to absorb the savory broth.
Not that we're trying to tell you what to do, but … Why not make a double batch of this savory spread to keep in your fridge? It will be “money in the bank.” You can spread it on crackers or little toasts and serve them as hors d'oeuvres or accompaniments with a big bowl of soup. Serves 4
The recipe for these open-face sandwiches is a classic 1950s favorite, combining the unbeatable combo of melted cheese and crisp bacon. Serve them with a simple Bibb lettuce salad and a bowl of our Creamy Potato and Ham Soup for a terrific meal - our kind of comfort food! And on that note, here's...
First, we advise you not to fret over the term “littleneck clam.” Clams, in fact, do not have necks. Second, we estimate that 50 clams will serve four people, but be advised that the incredible combination of clam stew with sausage is likely to bring out the large appetites in your friends or...