Category Archives: soup

ginger-chicken meatballs with spinach

It might be spring but while the days are longer and warmer, there is still a nip in the air when the sun goes down that calls for soup. Not chili or stews that are full of long-cooking meats and veggies. Something a

ginger-chicken meatballs with spinach

It might be spring but while the days are longer and warmer, there is still a nip in the air when the sun goes down that calls for soup. Not chili or stews that are full of long-cooking meats and veggies. Something a

taking stock… twice

I love roasted chicken. Everything from the golden skin to the juicy meat; the leftovers good hot or cold; the way it makes the house smell comfortable. I also love that it’s not just good for a first go around

taking stock… twice

I love roasted chicken. Everything from the golden skin to the juicy meat; the leftovers good hot or cold; the way it makes the house smell comfortable. I also love that it’s not just good for a first go around

the silkiest carrot soup. ever.

There’s a soup swap that we’ve been invited to the last couple of years and while “swap” may sound innocent enough, my husband Devin and I both translate this into “competition”. You can read about how the event works here

the silkiest carrot soup. ever.

There’s a soup swap that we’ve been invited to the last couple of years and while “swap” may sound innocent enough, my husband Devin and I both translate this into “competition”. You can read about how the event works here

nat’s roasted mushroom soup

It’s something we have talked about doing for months, if not years, but you know how it is – even the best intentions aren’t enough sometimes. That’s when I just have to make it happen. Pick a date, put it on

nat’s roasted mushroom soup

It’s something we have talked about doing for months, if not years, but you know how it is – even the best intentions aren’t enough sometimes. That’s when I just have to make it happen. Pick a date, put it on

ad hoc at home – or – the most complex soup I’ve ever made

I love cookbooks. I love leafing through the pages, looking at the glossy photos dreaming of the dinner parties that I would have. The problem is that I also get a couple cooking magazine subscriptions each month and they are

ad hoc at home – or – the most complex soup I’ve ever made

I love cookbooks. I love leafing through the pages, looking at the glossy photos dreaming of the dinner parties that I would have. The problem is that I also get a couple cooking magazine subscriptions each month and they are

souper party idea

It seems like each holiday season I get invited to a cookie swap and each year I politely decline. It’s not that I’m a cookie hater – quite the contrary in fact. It’s just that December is already such a

souper party idea

It seems like each holiday season I get invited to a cookie swap and each year I politely decline. It’s not that I’m a cookie hater – quite the contrary in fact. It’s just that December is already such a

butternut squash soup with parmesan & fried sage leaves

There are so many recipes out there that my “to-make” list is longer than most children’s letters to Santa, and for that reason, I don’t tend to make a lot of things twice. But there are a few rare recipes

butternut squash soup with parmesan & fried sage leaves

There are so many recipes out there that my “to-make” list is longer than most children’s letters to Santa, and for that reason, I don’t tend to make a lot of things twice. But there are a few rare recipes