Spanish Gazpacho

I have seen many variations of this recipe. I like the authentic taste of this recipe. From the smokey heat of the Spanish paprika to the cool, fresh palate of cucumbers and tomatoes. Serves about 6. … [more]

Vegetarian French Lentil Soup

This variation of my French Lentil Soup with Sausage is for all those vegetarians and vegans out there looking for a good meal. This soup is extra delicious and can be made in big or small batches. … [more]

Red Lentil Soup with Pancetta

I found some beautiful red lentils beans in Greek deli and simply couldn’t resist. The color was vivid red and they were cheap. This soup is delicious, quick and easy. Feel free to improvise. [more]

Nathaniel's Vegetarian Matzo Ball Soup

This is a simple recipe my husband often refers to when we ache for comfort food. We believe it’s been passed down to us by word of mouth through a family friend from his side of the family who … [more]

Jewsian Chicken Soup

A Jew turns to a Chinaman and says “my chicken soup is better than yours!” “Really…” he replies. “My people have been cooking chicken soup for thousands of … [more]

Cauliflower-Almond Soup

I first made this soup once when I had a whole head of cauliflower to use up quickly, and no one to eat it but me. It was very good fresh, and kept fairly well. I do not know how well it would freeze … [more]

Cucumbers In Brine Soup (POLISH)

It is an amazing polish soup , largely unknown in the West United States. [more]

Tomato Soup

Maybe it’s a winter time thing, but even in Los Angeles I sometimes get a craving for tomato soup and grilled cheese. This is another of those wonderful recipes that is open to interpretation. … [more]

A Simple, Creamy Butternut Squash Soup

This simple soup brings out the true character of the squash. The cream gives it a luxurious palate, but if cream isn’t your thing, it can be omitted for a more rustic texture. This serves … [more]

Cream of potato and spinach soup

After trying many of the excellent soup recipes listed here on GreatGrub, I was inspired to try one of my own. So after tasting a similar soup in a local restaurant, I set upon finding my own recipe. … [more]

Vegetarian Groundnut Soup

The specialty ingredients in this african influenced soup are worth the hunt. Makes about 4 servings. [more]

French Herbed Mushroom Potage

A warming winter soup best served with a good crusty, sourdough bread. [more]

Irish Parsnip Soup

This is one of many variations of this soup that I found in Ireland when I was training as a chef. I came across this recipe in one of the many pubs I frequented. Some places in Ireland make it … [more]

French Lentil Soup with Sausage

This soup is extra delicious and can be made in big or small batches. Try it with a side of roasted brussel sprouts! [more]

Kid's kokonut kitchen soup

Many moons ago, my husband and I ate at the same Thai restaurant week after week. I was inspired to create an easy Thai dish my kids could help me with, and one they like to eat. [more]


I recently had the pleasure of dining with a lovely woman of Vietnamese origin. She entertained us with culinary tales from home that were so evocative, I longed to get on the first plane East. I was … [more]

Satisfying Burp Feast

The japanese miso paste is my new wonder drug for gastric problems. Rather than pop histamine antagonists to counter flatulence and gastric wall inflammation, its so much tastier to down a big hot … [more]

Veg and Duck winter filler

Something I’ve always had at home, around xmas time, and has traveled to Europe with me. It has warmed the stomachs of friends and strangers in winter, a definite ice breaker. [more]

Carrot and coriander soup

It was an overcast weekend and there was a definite chill in the air. Andrew and I were hosting a dinner party and it needed to start with some soul-warming soup. At the farmers’ market we … [more]

Chilled Peppered Pear Soup

I was reading this site about pepper and fruits , and remebered a soup I had made for a wine dinner. I dug through my old, food-stained chef notebooks and found it. I dedicate this one to Pete. [more]

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