soups

Slow-Cooker Southern Black-Eyed Pea Soup Recipe

Like kielbasa? Love your slow-cooker? Soup's on.
Oct 16, 2014 11:00 am

Welcome to America's Test Kitchen, the promised land of troubleshooting your most basic cooking fails and fixing problems you never knew you had. The editors' new cookbook: The Make-Ahead Cook, is an ever-useful guide that will unobtrusively lead you away from the the take-out menus and back into the kitchen where a much better dinner awaits you. No time to cook? Master the art of "make it ahead of time" and throw some black-eyed peas into the slow cooker, fast.

Bourbon Apple Butternut Squash Soup With Roasted Kale Recipe

Garnish this creamy fall soup with crunchy kale
Oct 13, 2014 2:00 pm

Cathy Walthers is the author of several healthy eating cookbooks, including Raising the Salad Bar. Her latest, Kale, Glorious Kale (those names!) serves as a tribute to the popular farmers market staple. Texturize this creamy (but creamless) squash soup with crisp roasted kale and savory pumpkin seeds. 

Simply The Best Creamy Cauliflower Soup Recipe

Make this cauliflower soup recipe and garnish away!
Aug 25, 2014 1:00 pm

When in London, stop by Hampstead cafe Ginger & White for superb coffee, baked goods and fresh, simple food made with the best British ingredients. Their new cookbook is a must-read for fans of this new spin on classic cuisine. Cauliflower soup is hearty comfort food you'll make over and over again.

The Ultimate Raw Tomato Soup Recipe

A simple, delicate soup starring fresh tomatoes
Jul 7, 2014 12:00 pm
Photo: Jonathan Lovekin

Food writer and cookbook author Belinda Harley is an authority when it comes to the food of the Ionian Islands, located off Greece's eastern coast. Her new book, Roast Lamb In The Olive Groves, is a contender for our favorite cookbook of the year with stunning photography of fresh Greek dishes we'll definitely be adding to our repertoire. Why ever cook your tomato soup when you can eat it raw?

Illustrated Kitchen Hacks: How To Strain Stock Without A Chinois

In the kitchen, creativity goes a long way
Mar 17, 2014 2:00 pm

Welcome to Illustrated Kitchen Hacks. For a crystal-clear final product, here's how to strain stock without a chinois, presented in this easy-to-use visual format. Now you have absolutely no reason, including a short attention span, not to filter perfectly clarified stock to make the best risotto ever.

Recharge Your Winter Batteries: 9 Bowls Of Chicken Soup

Warm up with our best chicken soup recipes
Feb 19, 2014 1:00 pm

Some things need no improvement: a hot bowl of slow-simmered chicken soup on a cold night. But we went ahead and found 8 spins on the classic...plus one recipe for good old chicken noodle soup if that's what will do the trick. If that soup cures what ails you, imagine what will happen when you go all Malaysian on it and brew up a steaming pot of chicken laksa.

Lentil Noodle Soup With Greens Recipe

A hearty Palestinian soup for cold winter months
Feb 12, 2014 4:00 pm
Photo: Peter Cassidy

A strong contender for "Favorite Cookbook of the Season" is Brooklyn Chef Rawia Bishara's Olives, Lemons & Za'atar: The Best Middle Eastern Home Cooking. Her Bay Ridge restaurant, Tanoreen, has been recognized by critics and media alike as one of the best Middle Eastern restaurants in New York. Update your "must-visit" list and make this winter lentil soup from the West Bank.

Chicken Pozole Recipe

Andrew Carmellini's take on a classic Mexican soup
Feb 10, 2014 4:00 pm
Photo: Quentin Bacon

While Andrew Carmellini is renowned for his Italian cuisine, his second cookbook, American Flavor, focuses on the diversity of cuisine across the country. From the barbecue in his native Cleveland to pozole, a Mexican comfort food so delicious it made it onto Carmellini's menu, American Flavor is a good reminder to always expand your repertoire.

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