Beef and barley stew is a meal my family loves year-round. It warms you up in the wintertime, but it’s also good in the summer when you want a filling, hearty dish — you don’t have to heat up the kitchen to make it, thanks to the pressure cooker.
The classic Italian soup, minestrone is an odds-and-ends dish you make when you want to get rid of all the produce in your fridge that’s about to go bad. Or just when you feel like making a quick soup and you haven’t been to the store. This is a soup you can whip up at the last minute with some frozen bone broth, a can of diced tomatoes, carrots, celery, potatoes, and other pantry staples.
French Onion Soup is my favorite soup of all time. If you’re a cheese lover like I am, you will love it, too.
French Onion Soup is a delicious beef broth flavored with onions, topped with toasted crusty bread and melted, ooey-gooey cheese. As far as soups go, there is nothing better in the whole world. It’s the chocolate chip cookie of soups.
Butternut squash soup is one of my very favorite soups. When the weather is cold, I crave soup. Butternut squash soup is extremely easy and quick to make. And chicken stock is so nourishing. When you add healthy fats and butter and sour cream, this is one of the most nourishing meals you can imagine.
I fell in love with Portuguese food the first time I had mariscada. In honor of our trip to Portugal this month, I wanted to share with you this wonderful recipe for Portuguese seafood stew.
Mariscada, made with broth and tomato puree, is not only delicious, but it’s also incredibly good for you. Shellfish, particularly mollusks, is very nutrient-dense. This is because you are eating the whole animal.
Oxtail soup is made from the tails of cows. Probably not the best thing to serve when you have vegetarians over for dinner.
But on a cold winter night, there is nothing better than oxtail soup. It’s delicious and very nourishing. It’s also a very economical meal.
And of course, we’re using oxtails from grass-fed cows, so it’s much more nutritious.
It’s fall, and for me, fall is all about soup! I think you’re going to love this Potato Cheddar Broccoli Soup. My husband even loves it and he is so not a soup kind of guy.
I love a baked potato topped with cheddar cheese, sour cream and steamed broccoli. It’s one of my very favorite treats. This soup has all the exact same ingredients — only of course, you add homemade chicken stock which is so good for you.