You guys: I don't like to brag, but I made some really great soup over the weekend. I just threw it together (if you've been reading me for a while, you know that's just what I do). You should probably make this before Winter's over - it's supreme comfort in a bowl. You can't be in … Continue reading Sausage and 15-Bean Soup
I KNOW WHAT YOU'RE THINKING: More soup recipes??! But I LOVE making soup! I make it a lot. And of all the soups I make, my boys request this one over and over. It's easy to make and I almost always have the ingredients on hand. This might not be a true New England recipe, but it's creamy and … Continue reading Meg’s New England-Style Clam Chowder
This creamy roasted tomato soup runs circles around that stuff from a can you enjoyed as a kid.
WHEN I COOK, I don’t often strictly follow recipes. I do when I bake, but not when I cook. (If that makes sense.) This is especially true whenever I make soups and chili. I always make it in about the same way, but I usually just kind of throw everything into the pot and it almost … Continue reading Green Turkey Chili
Here's a recipe for a hearty homemade chicken soup that features delicious sweet corn kernels and homemade egg noodles called "rivels."
This is another one of those recipes that's difficult to attribute to one grandma or the other, because both of them made it regularly. In my opinion, this soup is best made by members of the Grange or the Lions Club or the Moose or Elks or the Fire Company or the Lutheran Church - … Continue reading Ham Bone (Bean) Soup