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An essaie from the Julie Child cookbook, Mastering the Art of French Cooking. My husband is not a fan so this will probably be the last time I make it though I really liked it and it was pretty cheap to make. Topped with shredded Parmesan Cheese.

 

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Just Chicken soup with vermichelli

With crab meat and scrambled egg.

Hey, guys! So I visited JoCooks. com last year and found a wonderful, spicy recipe called Brazilian Shrimp Soup that included red pepper, coconut milk, and lemon juice – a divine combination. I have since modified the vegetables, seasonings, and proteins, and had to rename it Brazilian Seafood Soup. When shopping for the ingredients, I found some cans of “Tomatoes with Habaneros” – oh, yeah! Spicy and scrumptious!

 

I'm telling you, it was so good that I could not sit within arm’s reach of my momma when I ate it - if you know what I mean!

A favorite of mine, breakfast in the Philippines with macaroni soup & milk.

A delicious, healthy, textured split pea soup recipe made from an impossibly short list of ingredients. Vegetarian, no ham hocks in this version. the same nutritional benefits - a good amount of vegetable protein and plenty of staying power. It is hearty and filling, and even better reheated later in the day.

Lentil soup is a soup based on lentils. It may be vegetarian or include meat, and may use brown, red, yellow or black lentils, with or without the husk. Lentil soup may include vegetables such as carrots, potatoes, celery, parsley, tomato, pumpkin, ripe plantain and onion. Common flavorings are garlic, bay leaf, cumin, olive oil, and vinegar. Gingery Lentil Soup is packed with potent legumes, herbs, and vegetables. This soup is rich in protein and fiber. It is the healthiest part of the meal either lunch or dinner. Lentil pulse is rich and high in protein.

Chilled Avocado-Cumber Soup...The Perfect Delicious Warm Weather Dinner!

 

Do yourself a favor! Make something that you can enjoy today and then again in the next day or two making your work week that much easier and more enjoyable! How about a Chilled Soup! The smooth texture of avocado in this recipe gives the chilled soup a thick consistency making heavy or sour cream unnecessary. When you serve it in the next day or two, if it is too thick for your liking, you certainly can add that heavy cream, but do it sparingly....I mean how much "rich" is too much? Have fun by topping the soup with some fun garnishes. Shrimp or Lobster meat, shaved radishes and diced cucumber, lightly seasoned croutons and don't forget diced or sliced avocado!

 

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Inspired by [Christine]'s excellent food photography!

 

TURKEY TORTILLA SOUP

 

1 Cup onion, chopped

1 Teaspoon olive oil

1 Can (4 ounces) green chilies, chopped

1 Package (1.25 ounces) taco seasoning mix

1 Can (16 ounces) tomatoes, undrained

6 Cups Turkey Broth or reduced-sodium chicken bouillon

1 Package (10 ounces) frozen corn

2 Cups Cooked Turkey, cut into 1/2-inch cubes

1/3 Cup fresh Cilantro, chopped

4 Ounces unsalted tortilla chips, coarsely crumbled

1/2 Cup Monterey Jack cheese, grated

 

1. In 5-quart saucepan, over medium heat, saute onion in oil 3 to 4

minutes or until translucent. Stir in chilies and taco seasoning mix;

cook 1 minute. Add tomatoes, breaking up with spoon. Stir in

turkey broth; bring to boil. Add corn and turkey, reduce heat to

low and simmer 5 minutes. Add cilantro.

 

2. To serve, spoon 1-1/3 cups soup in each bowl. Top each serving

with 1/2 ounce tortilla pieces and 1 tablespoon cheese.

 

Recipe Source: Recipe by The National Turkey Foundation

Nutrition Facts: Calories 244 ; Total Fat 9g; Cholesterol 33 mg;

Sodium 1053mg; Total Carbohydrate: 24g; Protein 18g

  

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Substitute or omit to fit your taste..

I leave out the chilies and cilantro and its still great!

Sensationally tasting cauliflower soup made with chillies, curry powder and blue cheese

Try this Pasta & Vegetable Soup perfect for lunch on cooler days! Pair it with a salad and a turkey sandwich, and you'll have a healthy and filling lunch, feat. Almacenes Siman - buff.ly/2k4qy0Y

 

Prueba esta Sopa de Pasta & Vegetales, perfecta para el almuerzo en días fríos! Complementa con una ensalada y sandwich de pavo, así tendrán una lonchera saludable para la oficina, feat. Almacenes Siman - buff.ly/2k4uqz5

 

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This is some courgette (zucchini) and basil soup - which I made - it was very nice - just right for winter. The receipe is below.

  

Beautiful Soup - a poem by Lewis Carroll

 

BEAUTIFUL Soup, so rich and green,

Waiting in a hot tureen!

Who for such dainties would not stoop?

Soup of the evening, beautiful Soup!

Soup of the evening, beautiful Soup!

 

Beau--ootiful Soo-oop!

Beau--ootiful Soo-oop!

Soo--oop of the e--e--evening,

Beautiful, beautiful Soup!

 

Beautiful Soup! Who cares for fish,

Game, or any other dish?

Who would not give all else for two

Pennyworth only of Beautiful Soup?

Pennyworth only of beautiful Soup?

 

Beau--ootiful Soo-oop!

Beau--ootiful Soo-oop!

Soo--oop of the e--e--evening,

Beautiful, beauti--FUL SOUP!

    

At the wedding, we had a stove and cooked the soup right on the table.

eating home-made soup every day because of horrible cold.... (good girl, eh, cryptia??!!)

Now, even the busiest college student can make one of the world’s most favorite Asian soup’s: egg drop soup. And, they won’t need a long list of items from the market to make it happen.

 

A favorite on-the-go meal that can be prepared right in their own dorm room with just a single burner cook-top, this amazing two-ingredient Egg Drop Soup utilizes the rich savory goodness of chicken stock brought to a bubbling boil before fresh whisked eggs are poured slowly from a measuring cup. As the protein-rich eggs get vigorously stirred into the enriching broth, they cook in an instant and provide a warm, healthy meal to satisfying even the hungriest of appetites.

 

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recipe:

2 bulbs garlic - roasted with some thyme & olive oil - roast @ 180 for about 20 minutes - let cool & skin

chop 2 medium leeks & 1 stalk celery and fry in some oil for about 5-7 minutes until soft - add 2 cups stock, 2 cups water, add 750g diced potatoes and some thyme, bring to boil, simmer for about 15 minutes or until potato is soft, add garlic. process to desired texture, Larry doesn't like creamy soups so i try to leave it a bit chunkier. Bring back to stove, add 1/2 cup cold water, bring back to heat - serve

1 1/4 pound lean ground turkey

1 can chili beans

1 can kidney beans, drained and rinsed

1 can corn

1 can Rotel or similar product

1 can diced tomatoes

1 large yellow onion

1 packet taco seasoning

1 packet ranch dressing mix

2-3 cups chicken broth, depending on how thick you want the soup (more like

chili)

 

Brown the onion and turkey meat in a nonstick pan sprayed with cooking spray.

When meat is browned, add the taco seasoning and ranch seasoning. Cook for a few

more minutes. In a large stock pot, combine the beans, corn, tomatoes, and

broth. Add the turkey mixture. Cook on low for 45 minutes, stirring

occasionally.

 

Top with fat free cheese or fat free sour cream. Delish!

 

I don't know how many cups this makes, probably around 10. It's Core and about

2-3 points per cup.

 

One of my all time favourite soups!! I've made this in the past and it was alway just "OK" but I've got to say my current effort was one of my best to date!! :)

Kenia - Samburuland.

 

The Samburu are related to the Masai although they live just above the equator where the foothills of Mount Kenya merge into the northern desert and slightly south of Lake Turkana in the Rift Valley Province of Kenya.

They are semi-nomadic pastoralists whose lives revolve around their cows, sheep, goats, and camels. Milk is their main stay; sometimes it is mixed with blood. Meat is only eaten on special occasions. Generally they make soups from roots and barks and eat vegetables if living in an area where they can be grown.

Most dress in very traditional clothing of bright red material used like a skirt and multi-beaded necklaces, bracelets and earrings, especially when living away from the big cities.

The Samburu developed from one of the later Nilotic migrations from the Sudan, as part of the Plains Nilotic movement. The broader grouping of the Maa-speaking people continued moving south, possibly under the pressure of the Borana expansion into their plains. Maa-speaking peoples have lived and fought from Mt. Elgon to Malindi and down the Rift Valley into Tanzania. The Samburu are in an early settlement area of the Maa group.

Those who moved on south, however (called Masai), have retained a more purely nomadic lifestyle until recently when they have also begun farming. The expanding Turkana ran into the Samburu around 1700 when they began expanding north and east.

The language of the Samburu people is also called Samburu. It is a Maa language very close to the Masai dialects. Linguists have debated the distinction between the Samburu and Masai languages for decades.

Generally between five and ten families set up encampments for five weeks and then move on to new pastures. Adult men care for the grazing cattle which are the major source of livelihood. Women are in charge of maintaining the portable huts, milking cows, obtaining water and gathering firewood. Their houses are of plastered mud or hides and grass mats stretched over a frame of poles. A fence of thorns surrounds each family's cattle yard and huts.

Their society has for long been so organized around cattle and warfare (for defense and for raiding others) that they find it hard to change to a more limited lifestyle. The purported benefits of modern life are often undesirable to the Samburu. They remain much more traditional in life and attitude than their Masai cousins.

Duties of boys and girls are clearly delineated. Boys herd cattle and goats and learn to hunt, defending the flocks. Girls fetch water and wood and cook. Both boys and girls go

through an initiation into adulthood, which involves training in adult responsibilities and circumcision for boys and clitoridectomy for girls.

  

@home (dinner)

 

Ingredients used : carrots, olive oil, onion, garlic, cumin, coriander, brown sugar, bay leaf, raw white rice, organic vege stock, s&p

 

Delicius Fish Soup

Curried Zucchini Soup (from the Moosewood Restaurant Daily Special)

taken in the restaurant in Singapore

story and more photos on à la mode*

 

Vien Dong

Garden Grove, California

Ah! Miso soup :ramen: :yum: Im so hungry right now lol This picture was taken back in 2014 in my quest to find different places to shoot and eat! Back then my picture perfect day was go to a place I chose to shoot and then find a really good place to eat :curry::ramen: and try new things and blog about it :computer: But now my picture perfect day is choosing a place to go and explore and eat new and exciting things with my wife :heart:️ She inspires me to see life in a whole new way :heart_eyes:

 

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[Nikon D7100, AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G @ f/2.8 @ 1/100th sec @ ISO 1000]

 

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Paul Child: What is it you REALLY like to do?

Julia Child: Eat!

 

Julia & Julia

 

Busy day today, but in the evening I still found time to cook this delicious pumpkin soup, with potatoes and leeks, perfect for staying light :))

making soup every day! boil potatoes, onions, spring onions, chicken stock, and seasoning. cook until well soft. mash. just before serving, add a pat of butter and some milk or cream

this soup contains beef meal, tomatoes n some vegetables with natural acid flavour from cucumber tree.

Quick-to-make light soup to enjoy outside on the patio as the temperature has started to rise out here in Phoenix. The base flavors of garlic, ginger and lemongrass are lightly sauteed before the chicken broth and water is added to intensify their essence. As it comes to a boil, angel hair pasta and diced chicken breast are added and allowed to cook for about 5 minutes. Once the time is up, the pan is set aside and allowed to sit off heat to finish cooking the pasta and to let the flavors meld.

 

The broth has a refreshing, silky and light lemon-y taste from the lemongrass with just the right amount of bite from fresh ginger and the red chile.

 

Pictures and Recipe here

Incredible lemongrass infusion in this soup. Just some buttery vegan biscuits on the side.

Lentil & Sausage Soup

 

From Weight Watchers Momentum Cookbook

 

1 ¾ cups per serving

 

Serves 4

   

Prep time 15 mins

 

Cook time 40 mins

   

2 tsp olive oil

 

2 carrots, thinly sliced

 

1 onion, diced

 

2 garlic cloves, minced

 

¼ pound turkey kielbasa, thinly sliced

 

1 ¼ cups brown lentils, picked over and rinsed

 

5 cups water

 

1 (14 ½ oz) can diced tomatoes

 

½ tsp salt

 

¼ tsp black pepper

   

1. Heat the oil in a large saucepan over medium heat. Add the carrots, onion, and garlic; cook, stirring frequently, until softened, about 5 minutes.

2. Add the kielbasa, lentils, and water; bring to a boil. Reduce the heat and simmer until the lentils are tender, about 20 minutes.

3. Stir in the tomatoes, salt, and pepper. Simmer until heated through, about 5 minutes longer.

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