All posts filed under: Soups & Stews

Carrot Orange Soup

This carrot orange soup makes the ideal starter to any dinner party. It’s light, delicious and amazingly simple. If you are looking for a healthy, delicious, throw together meal, this one is perfect. Leftovers make for a great lunch served with ciabatta or a classic grilled cheese sandwich. For the best flavor, try to use […]

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup‏

Simply delicious. Butternut squash makes for a perfect winter soup. Butternut squash has a sweet, nutty flavor and pairs well with tangy green apple and onions. It tastes fantastic and it’s easy to make. Not only is it nourishing, it also makes a great starter for dinner parties. The best thing is, this soup can […]

Celery Root and Pear Soup

In Germany, and the rest of Europe, we have experienced one of the chilliest Augusts in decades. So aside from clutching a hot cup of tea (and turning on the heat again) many of us have been keeping warm by eating lots and lots of hot soup. I don’t usually make much soup in late […]

Homemade Chicken Broth

This is an easy and flavorful homemade chicken stock that’s perfect for any recipe calling for chicken stock or chicken broth. Fresh chicken broth is magical for making soul-warming soups and unparalleled sauces. It makes a huge difference in enhancing any dish, especially risottos. Once the broth has been prepared, you can decide whether to […]

Tomato Orange Soup

Tomato soup was immortalized by Pop Art icon Andy Warhol in the 1960s. The image of Joseph Campbell’s condensed tomato soup, a staple enjoyed by children and adults alike, was used in more than 100 of Warhol’s pop-art works. Remember the days of was Campbell’s tomato soup with crushed saltines? Yes, it brings back those […]

Quinoa and Lemon Soup

I first tried this soup on a trip to Greece and have loved it ever since. Called Avgolemono (literally meaning egg and lemon), it’s surprisingly yummy. I say surprisingly, as even I would have thought a soup based on the combination of broth, lemon and eggs to be rather…well, strange and a little unappetizing. Wrong […]