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    I recently had this in a lovely family restaurant in Florence and when I complimented the chef he was kind enough to provide me with the recipe.

    Recipe #149148

    Growing up in Scotland certain things were staples in our diet. We ate a lot of root veggies because my aunt and uncle ran a farm. Herbs and spices also were not all that common when I was little. This is a very easy soup to make with the vegetables that grow very easily on the east coast of Scotland but are easily found in many grocery stores. We would eat it almost every weekend. The turnips and onion especially give it a phenomenal taste, precluding the use of stock.

    Recipe #282093

    A Jamie Oliver recipe. This soup is ideal for spring weather when you want something warm and filling but not hot and stodgy! Veg can be subbed for whats available, it is very versatile.

    Recipe #224256

    One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle was Kaleenka's on First Avenue. I loved their borshch and piroshky, and I always felt warm and comfortable in the restaurant. Kaleenka's has unfortunately closed, but I did find their recipe for borshch in "Dining Ethnic Around Puget Sound" which was published in 1993. This is an excellent borshch, well worth making! Kaleenka featured good Russian hearty fare, traditional cooking from the Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and Georgia. The name "Kaleenka" was derived from a ubiquitous shrub that grows all across Russia, which is revered since ancient times as a symbol of the land and culture. According to Kaleenka's... there are many variations of the soup called "borshch," and this one is a vegetarian recipe. What's the secret of a good borshch? Brown the vegetables separately. How do you pronounce "borshch?" Like the "sh ch" in "fresh cheese." In Russian it is indicated by a single letter.

    Recipe #110365

    It's fresh corn time! This is a delicious soup and can be made ahead and frozen.

    Recipe #237221

    Posted from a Sparkpeople challenge for healthy recipes. I've made this but not recently. About time since corn is in season again! From: Steven Raichlen's Healthy Latin Cooking Epazote- I haven't had this and it turned out OK. Other names for it: Pigweed, wormseed, lamb's quarters, goosefoot and Jerusalem oak. He claims there is no substitute but I'm guessing thyme or oregano would work.

    Recipe #388822

    Recipe from Sara Moulton’s latest cookbook Sara’s Secrets for Weeknight Meals.

    Recipe #177512

    3 Reviews |  By acerast

    This is from the famous Moosewood Restaurant in Ithaca, NY. It is a wonderful combination of veggies with a Mexican flair and is especially nice in the summer when you can add the corn right off of the cob.

    Recipe #236499

    This is a meal-in one soup that can be made with fresh or frozen corn.It's garnished with tortilla squares and is great with my recipe for Mexican corn bread.

    Recipe #230771

    This recipe is from a Mexican cookbook but Australian produced so our cup size is 250ml and our tablespoon size is 20ml.

    Recipe #234902


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