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Creamy Butternut Bisque

Creamy Butternut Bisque

If you live in the northern United States (and probably some other places, too), you likely already know a half-dozen different ways to whip up a delicious butternut squash soup. But when winter squash is so cheap and abundant, and soup weather stretches on for nearly six months, it’s always a good idea to have one...
Broccoli Tahini Bisque

Broccoli Tahini Bisque

Fall has officially returned, and with it my penchant for soups. This broccoli tahini bisque is almost as easy to make as it is luscious. Yeah, “luscious.” You read that right!
Black Bean Soup

Black Bean Soup

Despite the occasional 50-degree day, Connecticut’s gotten a lot of snow this winter. After a cold day at work and a two-mile trudge home through the snow and ice, there’s nothing that makes me happier than coming home to a hot bowl of soup. Black bean soup is healthy, hearty fare that’s sure to warm...
Borscht

Borscht

Unless you are already a lover of borscht, you probably won’t believe me when I tell you that this soup — despite all rumors to the contrary — is straight-up delicious.
Matzo Ball Soup

Matzo Ball Soup

For someone raised Gentile, I have always had an inexplicable love of matzo. It probably has something to do with never having been forced to eat the stuff for days on end, but whatever: I’m into it. You know what else I’m into? This matzo ball soup.
Make Your Own Vegetable Stock

Make Your Own Vegetable Stock

Until fairly recently, I didn’t believe in vegetable stock. I’d tried a friend’s ultra-pungent homemade broth years ago, and let’s just say the experience didn’t exactly inspire me to pursue it in my own kitchen. Plus, I’m cheap, and I was never sold on the idea of buying a box of what is essentially flavored...
Simple Lentil Soup

Simple Lentil Soup

Maybe lentil soup is a mainstay of vegetarian cooking in part because it’s so easy, so healthy, and so delicious all at once. It’s delightfully mellow, which makes it a good dish to serve kids and picky adults, and when you’re sick, it just sounds like the most lovely, comforting thing ever.