Mulligatawny Soup is a spicy, aromatic example of Indian cookery that will make your mouth water and send your appetite into overdrive!
More soup for you is dedicated to soup lovers around the world, because this humble meal belongs on stage alongside the finest cuisine.
Saffron crawfish bisque is a delight rarely found – even in New Orleans. It has more depth of flavor than other shellfish bisques. Delicious!
Pay no attention to James Beard’s diatribe about Manhattan clam chowder. He was only protecting his hometown chowder. This is delicious!
Chilled tomato caprese gazpacho screams sum-sum-summertime, just like the Jamies sang in the 50’s. Don’t you love fresh tomatoes?
Beef Barley Soup uses a sweet cereal grain that enhances the savory flavor of this hearty, delicious meal in a bowl.
Kentucky Burgoo is made with wild game meat. However, if you’re squeamish you can use chicken, pork and beef, but still call it burgoo.
African Peanut Butter Soup, aka groundnut stew, is for peanut lovers. Choose your vegetables, spices and proteins for a fabulous stew!
Cream of Asparagus Soup arrives with spring. The first spears of the season are the most tender and make the creamiest soup imaginable.
Spanish chorizo and chickpea soup is the perfect marriage of spicy pork sausage with tomatoes, cabbage and garbanzo beans.
Cheeseburger Soup satisfies your need of a delicious burger with a hearty cold weather soup. De-construction is the secret!
That first burst of crisp cool temperatures in the fall signals the beginning of Navy Bean Soup season. Enjoy it with a chunk of cornbread!