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Haddock Chowder

This is a simple, and simply delicious chowder – a great first chowder if you’ve never made one before. It makes your whole kitchen smell like fish, but it’s worth it. The recipe calls for Haddock, but any white fish would work just as well. Haddock Chowder   Save Print […]

Zucchini Soup Feature

Zucchini Soup

Here’s another dish perked-up with the use of mascarpone – in a surprisingly delightful ‘summer’ soup. Made with zucchini (courgette) and pesto, it’s a soup that’s light enough for a summer evening. I serve mine with bread and a little pate or hummus for a light meal. Zucchini Soup   […]

Enchilada Soup

And now, in keeping with soups inspired by some of my favorite restaurants, here’s one that I’ve loved about as long as I can remember- Chili’s Chicken Enchilada Soup. Except, I mixed it up a bit, added some black beans and made it vegetarian (I know, shocker!). [Prep: 10min / […]

Crawfish Bisque

I tried this one for a special Valentine’s Day dinner. It’s sort of a hybrid adaptation of a tasty-looking recipe from allrecipes.comĀ and my all-time favorite lobster bisque from Red Lobster— the recipe of which I cannot directly link to, but you can find it and all their other ‘secret’ recipes […]

Tomato Cream Soup

In addition to Snert, my other favorite soup indulgence in Holland is tomato cream soup. I’m quite fond of the Unox version out of a can [or bag], but I had been looking forward to soup month for ages so I could try out making my own. The one I […]

‘I’m Sick!’ Ramen

So, two things: first, I’m really, really late getting Soothing Soup month started- I know. Second, I was really perplexed as to what to expand on for the feature entry on soups this year. But luckily, (like everyone else this time of year) I got sick- so now I have […]