Category Archives: Soups
This is a simple soup recipe born one cold day shortly after the Thomas fire. I call it my “healing soup.”
Ribollita is a hearty Tuscan vegetable stew. The Italian word “ribollita” means “reboiled.” It was originally made by reheating leftover minestrone or vegetable soup from the previous day. One Wiki entry says that this custom is traced to the Middle … Continue reading
Sorghum is a gluten-free grain that has a chewy texture similar to Israeli couscous. Some sources say that it has been cultivated for 3,000 years and more. This gluten-free soup is as tasty as it is easy to prepare. If … Continue reading
I like this recipe because it includes a “meaty” vegetarian sausage. I know. An oxymoron. A contradiction in terms. Perhaps…but this sausage is tasty and nutritious!
As a kid, I couldn’t wait for mom to make alphabet soup for Saturday lunch. I looked for pieces of macaroni to spell out “RANDY” and was usually disappointed that I couldn’t find a “Y” to complete my name. Then … Continue reading
Minestrone is a thick soup containing vegetables and pasta. The word originated from the Italian language word minestrare, which means to serve.
Mulligatawny is the Anglicized version of the Tamil words for “pepper water” or “pepper broth.”