Creamy Spinach Soup with Roasted Garlic

As spring is here, so are greens like Kale, Spinach and Bok Choy. We are inspired to include spring greens in our diet with new life in the air and I’m excited to take an uplifting departure from winter stodge. Spring is prime season for farm-fresh greens and fresh picked spinach from your garden tastes…

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Winter Solstice Soup Celebration

Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we are entering the darkest days of the year. The sun is down by the time we come home from work and our dinners are eaten under the dark night’s sky. Even at noon the shadows are long and slanting. These days’ holiday preparations are in full swing, and our…

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Beef Stroganoff Soup

aThese cold December nights call for hearty stews and warm soups. I came up with an idea to combine the two. The Russians know how to keep themselves warm with meaty Beef Stroganoff. You will most often see Beef Stroganoff slathered on egg noodles and topped off with sour cream. I believe a concoction of…

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Pistachio Soup

Pistachio Soup is a spiced winter soup. It is wonderful for the holidays with its vibrant green color that embraces the festive holiday hues. When you want to serve soup at your holiday party, this soup is a rare and perfect complement at room temperature. So, you don’t have to worry about keeping it hot.…

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Cooling Summertime Hungarian Cherry Soup

Originating in Hungarian cuisine, it is a dessert disguised as soup and is a summer delicacy in several European cuisines. Sour Cherry Soup has been adopted by the Austrians, Poles, Slovaks, and Germans. Hungarian-Americans and Hungarian-Canadians brought the soup to the New World. In Hungarian cuisine, Sour Cherry Soup or Meggyleves is a soup made…

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Thai Carrot Soup

It’s hotter than ever out here and almost feels like summer. It makes me want to brighten things up with bold summer colors. Since the heat is already on, I thought I would turn it up a notch with a vibrant orange hued soup that screams like the summer sun with fragrant spices of the…

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Vietnamese Pho – Soothing for the Soul

As we approach the final week of our Meditate To Thanksgiving Challenge, I’m inspired to bring some Asian elements into my cooking this week. After all, meditation itself is rooted in the Far East through Buddhist teachings and Hindu culture across Asia. What is the most warm and light Asian dish that heightens all the senses?…

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A Walk In The Clouds & Pumpkin Flower Soup

Tonight’s A Fork & A Flick movie is A Walk in the Clouds. You may not think that it is much of a foodie movie, however the film takes place on a fictional Northern California Vineyard, which alone opens up a sundry of possibilities for gastronomy because you may already be aware that Napa and…

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