Posts Tagged With: Soup

“Man Flu” Soup

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So gracias to a co-worker of mine I’ve been feeling a bit under the weather.  Yes, that means man flu.  The number one symptom of man flu is whining and thinking your going to die, when it’s really just a puny little cold.  Guilty as charged.  Nothing makes you feel a bit better when your a bit down than some nice spicy soup (winning the lottery aside).  I made a couple of pots of this the past few days and I’m starting to feel right as rain.  It really should be called “I threw whatever I had in my fridge soup”, but I thought this title was more fitting.  Anyway, here it goes. Continue reading

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Black Bean Soup, by Request

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This is my first post as per request of a friend in South America.  I don’t remember exactly what I had made back in those days, but I remember that I had to buy the beans dry and then cook them.  It was always a long process, and since I didn’t exactly have a trusted bean vendor per say, sometimes I got beans that came out a bit dry (old beans). Continue reading

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Quick Chicken Stock

I’m in the middle of creating a dish with chicken thighs.  I removed the bones from 5 pounds of thighs and to not waste anything I figured I would make a quick stock.  Fresh stock always tastes great and can be frozen for later use.  I plan on using this in the next few days so I’ll just keep it in the fridge until then. Continue reading

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Chardonnay & Onion Soup

When I used to live in wine country I always had some leftover red and white lying around somewhere.  One day, after picking up a lot of onions at the farmers market, I decided to make onion soup.  I had run out of vegetable stock but I had plenty of wine that needed to be used.  My chardonnay onion soup was born.  You can use other varietals if you so choose, that was what I happened to have that particular afternoon. This is very simple, makes a great starter course, and should take less than 20 minutes.  Recipe yields 4 bowls of soup. Continue reading

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Spiced Pumpkin Soup w/ Coconut Milk & Pan Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

It’s harvest time and Pumpkins are everywhere!  I found this nine-pounder on sale at the market today, so I figured why not make some soup. Continue reading

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