Garlic Scape Soup

Garlic Scape Soup

This lovely, creamy, savory soup enhances the delicate garlic-asparagus flavor of the scapes. You may use the garlic scape flowers as well.
Pumpkin-Ginger Soup

Pumpkin-Ginger Soup

This is a very simple soup but simply delicious and satisfying. For an even easier variation, use frozen, already-cooked squash.
Harlow House Baked Beans

Harlow House Baked Beans

These beans are baked uncovered for the last hour to crisp the pork. Pork sausages, frankfurters, beefsteak, and baked ham glazed with brown sugar and studded with cloves are all delicious with baked beans. This recipe is adapted from The Plimoth Colony Cook...
Yukon Gold Potato Soup

Yukon Gold Potato Soup

Served cold, this would be vichyssoise; served hot, it is sometimes called soup bonne femme, or “good housewife” soup. Whatever it is called, it is inexpensive, satisfying, and very, very good. Thin-skinned Yukon Gold potatoes need not be peeled. In fact, the skins...
Beef Bourguignon (French Beef Stew)

Beef Bourguignon (French Beef Stew)

Beef Bourguignon is a traditional recipe from the Burgundy region of France, a hearty beef stew in which the beef is braised in red wine (guess what kind), and the broth flavored with garlic, onions, and bouquet garni, a little bundle of herbs. Chef and television...
Ginger-Squash Soup

Ginger-Squash Soup

Steaming allows the butternut squash to stay moist while retaining its vitamins. This rich, unctuous soup, flavored with zingy ginger, is made with heavy cream, so how can it be bad?
Ultimate Root Soup

Ultimate Root Soup

This is a rich, hearty vegetarian soup full of chunks of potatoes, celery, turnips, cabbage, carrots, and beets, and flavored with leeks, onions, and green garlic. Served with crusty bread, this soup makes a filling meal, especially good on chilly winter nights—or...
Italian White Bean Soup

Italian White Bean Soup

Serve this simple but delicious winter soup with a green salad and delicious artisan bread and butter. It will thicken on the second day. You can add water to thin it out, or serve it as-is for a side dish. This recipe is courtesy of Marianne Streich of Seattle,...

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