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Tomato Soup from Scratch

I grew up in the Andy Warhol generation of tomato soup. Not only did it come from a can, but the can itself was worshiped. But recently I was traveling and had one of those weird “it’s too early for dinner but too late for lunch, yet I’m still starving” moments and found myself in […]

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A Yummy Gluten-Free Summer Vegetable Soup

There’s always that moment in late summer (BOOOOOOOO!!!!!!) when you look in the fridge and discover you have way more vegetables than it’s possible to eat unless you do something drastic…like make soup. This vegetarian soup is so easy and delicious that you’ll feel quite proud of yourself for making it—and healthy, too. The most […]

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Quick, Thick, and Creamy New England Clam Chowder from Scratch

With some recipes, I struggle for years to get them right before I’ll blog about them. This is one of those recipes. I have a postcard from “Bahston” that I’ve saved for 30 years (I went to boarding school in Massachusetts) with a recipe on it. Tried that. Nope, not quite right. I’ve tried adding […]

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Homemade Chicken Broth from Scratch

I recently realized that one of the first recipe blogs I ever did has disappeared from the cyber planet. And it happens to be the most important recipe of all! Homemade Chicken Broth from Scratch is the basis for almost everything I believe in. It’s so simple and easy, so valuable, so healing, and so […]

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Savory Pumpkin Soup

Once, a long time ago, on the Carribean Island of St. John, on the far side of the island in a little shack of a restaurant surrounded by goats and lapping waves, we had pumpkin soup that tasted like heaven. I’ve had many kinds of pumpkin soup since then, all competing for “as good as” […]

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Escarole, Farro, and Chicken Soup

I’d been craving escarole in soup for years—hence the long search for organic escarole. There’s just something about escarole in a soup that is so clean and nourishing. When I served this soup at dinner (along with some garlic-butter toast) it was accompanied only by a long silence and the sounds of slurping and the […]

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Sausage, Potato, and Cabbage Soup

Sometimes a very simple, easy, healthy, and wholesome soup is what’s required—for lunch, for dinner, or for breakfast! (My kids are big on eating soup for breakfast.) This soup takes about 30 minutes to make and only includes seven ingredients. It won’t last long. Sausage, Potato, and Cabbage Soup Ingredients: Olive oil 1 pound savory […]

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Goose, Barley, and White Bean Soup

One of my earliest memories of my grandmother involves this soup. We lived on the same farm as she and my grandfather (JI Rodale), and her kitchen was always open for us to run in and out of. My little brother and I were raised like farm animals and found food wherever we could, and […]

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