We call this recipe 'supreme' because it has three beans, mushrooms, and seitan – and because you'll reign supreme at any chili cook-off
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The off-the-charts flavor of this soup comes from slowly (slowly!) caramelizing the onions
Potage is the French term for a blended soup that’s usually served at the start of a meal.
Made with cashews instead of cream, this rich and velvety soup is soup-er versatile
Sweet corn, meet sweater weather
Exactly what you want to eat on a sweltering summer day
It's time to give the zucchini a moment to shine
This comforting soup is a fusion of tomatoes, wine and herbs simmered together and blended until smooth and creamy. The best part is that it freezes well so you can make a batch ahead of time, and just reheat when you're ready for a quick and delicious weeknight meal.
This comforting, easy vegan tomato soup recipe gets a wonderful boost of protein from white beans and is the perfect lunch or dinner with our vegan grilled cheese sandwich.
Caramelized apples turn cauliflower soup into a sensational appetizer.
Pear adds a subtle sweetness to this comforting soup, and a spoonful of mustard greens pesto gives it zip. Extra pesto can be swirled into other chunky and creamy soups or used to top pasta.
A review copy of Herbivoracious by Michael Natkin has been sitting on top of my file cabinet at work for about a year and a half. I’d marked several recipes that looked good, set it aside, and forgot about it. After finally trying a recipe for this installment of Copy Cat in the Kitchen, the book is coming back to the Cat Cave and I’m bookmarking the Web site.
Harissa is a smoky North African chili paste made from smoked chiles, olive oil, spices, and sometimes tomatoes. Heat and flavor vary from brand to brand. This recipe was made with a French-produced harissa with a mild heat and extra sweetness from tomatoes.
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