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I love soups and stews, especially in the wintertime when it is snowing outside. Nothing like soup to warm you up! Also included are bread and rolls for dipping. {photo courtesy of - Carla -}
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A hearty and healthy soup. Excellent on chilly days. Very easy to prepare.

Recipe #81419

College... Those were the days. By the time I graduated, I was a world class chef when it came to giving Ramen noodles a flair and gourmet taste! Of several, there is one recipe that I still enjoy. Its amazing what masterpeices you can make with a few simple and cheap ingredients. This soup can be modified to fit your taste and is simple and cheap enough that you can experiment with any thing you please- just open your fridge and let your mind go wild!

Recipe #336682

a very flavorful chowder for a cool night. This I got last year while visiting a relative in Florida.

Recipe #323601

This is comfort food at its finest. It’s a warm, simple and easy dish that can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It is also a great way to use up day old bread. The key to this soup is to have everything prepped before you start cooking because it comes together really fast.

Recipe #334232

3 Reviews |  By HEP MEP

This is a great winter recipe - especially for us Wisconsin-ites! Warms you up...My husband found it on Art Bell's website a few years back - I lost my original copy off the computer,so I can't credit the original chef, but luckily had written it down for a friend,who copied it for me. I've changed it somewhat,like the hominy in's definitely adjustable for those of you who like more "heat" when you eat.

Recipe #46432

The delicious Thai soup is based on a recipe from Cook’s Illustrated. I’ve converted it to be Gluten-Free, with a couple of twists. Enjoy! For more great tasting and helthy gluten-free recipes, visit

Recipe #303465

My new favorite book, "Olive Trees and Honey" by Gil Marks, is the source of this delicious soup. If Kefir is not available to you, substitute plain yogurt. This soup is best served freshly warm just as it is done, and is traditionally served after the main course. The long total time for preparation includes 4 hours of soaking the split peas before making the soup, which I included as "cooking" time.

Recipe #305757

This soup is the best tomato soup I've ever had. When you order it from the restaurant they put a layer of puff pastry on top of it and bake it in the oven. The original recipe called for 2 tablespoons of kosher salt but I thought it was just a tad too salty. However, by the next day the flavors had melded and it didn't seem to taste as salty as it did when it was first made.

Recipe #331213

This is one of the best soup recipes ever! Hearty to the max!

Recipe #226462

We love chickpeas so this recipe from Chef April Bloomfield of the Spotted Pig "gastro-pub" in Manhattan soon became one of our favorites.

Recipe #133563

The leeks and carrots make this a sweet vegetable soup. If you want a very smooth soup you will have to push it through a sieve. Its low in calories and healthy. (I do like that swirl of cream though)

Recipe #62997

My dad makes this and it's fantastic! I'm passing it along.

Recipe #328565

Almost ridiculously easy to make, this soup is based on a recipe from "S.O.U.P.S. - Seattle's Own Undeniably Perfect Soups" by Michael Congdon and is my absolute favorite soup. Although it is titled as "southwestern," this soup tastes very much like my favorite Indian dish of Chicken Korma, a mild, flavorful, non-spicy curry. I also use the soup as a baking sauce for chicken breasts, thighs, and cubed tofu - very tasty!

Recipe #103950

My favorite version of the famous Indian soup originally developed by cooks who served in English homes during the colonization of India.

Recipe #133310

1 Reviews |  By SJG3483

This recipe makes enough to feed a crowd, but can easily be scaled down. The turkey makes a healthy alternative to ground beef.

Recipe #54937

A recipe my Ukrainian grandmother Chunik used to make.

Recipe #173911

A wonderful, hearty soup, recommended for cold winter nights. This recipe came from one of my favorite cookbooks, The Vegetarian Epicure. In my opinion, using milk instead of cream does not alter the quality (it's how I have always made it). I usually double the recipe for a larger amount. Enjoy!

Recipe #206940

18 Reviews |  By *Asha*

Easy and delicious kielbasa and bean soup from my favorite magazine Cooking Light. Serve it with crusty bread or garlic toast for satisfying meal.

Recipe #143968

This is my favorite garlic soup of all. It is wonderful and each bite is as memorable as the first. This garlic soup differs from the ordinary garlic soup as it is hearty but also elegant. It is the kind of soup a person craves when recovering from a cold or a broken heart. It has cured a number of hangovers over the years although scrawled above the recipe I have written “Do not attempt to make with a really really bad hangover!!!!” – and I heed that warning, so plan ahead (I am pretty sure it means not to make it with a real bad hangover if you have to also make the stock). The combination of garlic, herbs and cloves is magic; the tomato juice adds zip and the unctuous egg yolk enrichment is balanced by the pasta’s pleasant, soothing note. This will cure whatever ails you….For an even heartier entrée; place a poached egg on each croûte before ladling the soup over it. Wonderful! This soup is best when made with my Browned Vegetable Stock recipe (#150683), you could use other stock, but it would be a real shame…. a real shame…. so heighten your experience and make the stock as well… you won’t be sorry. For a fine-but-not-fussy meal you’ll be proud to set before anyone, try this soup with THE Salad (“the” Salad Recipe #150702) … because you can never have too much garlic! LOL! Finish with a fruity dessert like a really good baked apple made with brown sugar and served with gingerbread and a dollop of yogurt….. yummy!

Recipe #150699

This is the one I make all the time. I use the bread machine to make my dough and then bake in oven to get that rustic look. It rises nice and the crust and texture is great--give it a try. Prep time includes the total bread machine and rising time. You can also make this in your KitchenAid mixer instead of the bread machine, using you kneading hook. Oil bowl cover let rise in a draft free spot.

Recipe #95086

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