I guess I don’t need to tell you that these soups are refreshing to serve during hot summer days and you don’t need to turn on the stove. But I do need to tell you that fruits and vegetables fresh from the garden or farmer’s market make the most flavorful soups, and also that your food processor and/or blender will get quite a workout.
Twisted individual that he is, Dave DeWitt emailed me a link to this story about a 2.5-foot giant isopod that was reeled in while trying to violate an underwater robot. I’m sure he was trying to shock me but the joke’s on him. I’ve played a lot of Dungeons & Dragons. My 20th level paladin slays demons like this for breakfast.
Speaking of, it turns out these Cthulhu-looking sea creatures are related to lobsters and shrimp to the point where you can eat them.
It’s about 20 degrees outside, you’re sick of eating turkey, and you need a hot, spicy dish to snap you out of the winter doldrums. As it so happens, I have the perfect solution: a spicy bowl of lentil stew with Italian sausage.
You can’t beat a hearty bowl of green chile stew on a cold winter night. Try this version with smoked pork and New Mexican green chiles!
The onset of cool fall weather, lengthening nights, and big orange squash everywhere just puts me in the mood for pumpkin soup. This recipe with chorizo and curry powder puts some zing
The recipes we share here represent the best of vegetarian soups: satisfying, light and full of healthy stuff.
Turn up the heat on Easter with some habanero rabbit chili.