(Ward answers the foreboding doorbell)
This is one of those go-to soups that we use frequently to feed the family. Lots of fresh vegetables. The beans and potatoes keep the dish hearty. Economical, comforting food.
(Is chili Dutch?)
Crazy easy con carne. Cinnamon, onions, kidney beans, beef and tomatoes. The neighbors beg us to invite them over.
(Benjamin Franklin amuses Jane)
A revitalizing dairy-free soup using fresh, local asparagus, cumin and dill. Perfect for spring.
(Jane takes an anniversary picture)
Black beans cooked with a chipotle pepper, corn, fire-roasted tomatoes, cilantro make a hearty stew with Southwest flavors.
(Cynthia answers the call)
Taking the time to allow land and sea vegetables to infuse a soup stock with their nutrients creates a powerful soup. The probiotics in the miso make it easy to digest too. Try it while you wait for the phone company to fix voice mail. You'll have LOTS of time.
(Joaquin doesn't pick on goldfish)
Learn simple strategies for shifting picky eaters while Cynthia makes a please-everyone Tomato Basil Soup.
(Jane helps Darrell with his letters)
A beautiful looking soup that boasts all local winter vegetables and herbs.
(The new neighbor)
Not real pretty to look at but neither is the new neighbor. We give you the how to on both a vegetarian version and one that includes ham. The cumin + dill marry well with peas. Try it. You'll see.
(Steve rebounds for soup)
This traditional Thai soup uses coconut milk, lemon grass and fish sauce to form a flavorful base. The ginger garlic influence make it a perfect kill-the-cold soup. A popular family favorite. We also give instructions for how to make this a vegetarian/vegan dish in the recipe. Enjoy!
(Can't run with scissors!)
Cooked white beans, fresh sage and a touch of tomato paste create the creamy base for this nourishing soup.