Five Soup Recipes

Right on schedule, I am making fall food. In addition to real macaroni and cheese, yesterday I spent way too long making a butternut squash soup from a recipe by Thomas Keller, which turned out amazing.
You know, soup is a great thing. It’s one of those things that, once you start making it, you can end up wondering why people bother buying the canned stuff. Because homemade soup is easy, nutritious, delicious, and efficient. If you make a big batch of it, you can freeze it in batches and pulled out of the freezer whenever you want a quick lunch.
Here’s some soup to make:
savvyhousekeeping soup recipes spicy carrot peanut
Spicy Carrot Peanut Soup
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Zucchini Garlic Soup by The Kitchn. I made this one, and it was very good.
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Mushroom Cauliflower Soup

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This Pureed Red Pepper and Potato Soup by the New York Times looks amazing.
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And finally, Minestrone Soup from always reliable Martha Stewart.
Actually, Minestrone is my favorite soup (along with French onion), but I haven’t found the right recipe yet. Maybe I’ll give this one a whirl.
What’s your favorite soup?

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2 thoughts on “Five Soup Recipes”

  1. WE were talking at work the other day about soup… When I was a kid the worst thing you could do to me was give me a bowl of soup… now, decades later finds me making pots of the stuff. Go Figure! Thanks for the recipes!


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