Category: Soups and Stews

  • Salmon and Asparagus Chowder

    This chowder recipe is from Sunday Soup: A Year’s Worth of Mouth-Watering, Easy-to-Make Recipes, a book Lisa’s mom got for us on a recent visit. We’ve already made two or three recipes, and all have been delicious. Salmon, potatoes, asparagus, what’s not to like? [donotprint] Chris says: Yum! I love asparagus season. And in a […]

  • We’re back… with another Posole recipe!

    We’ve discovered that having a newborn really cramps your keeping-up-with-a-food-blog style (shocking, no?) — but we’re back with our first recipe in 2011, a delicious Green Chicken Posole, from the book Sunday Soup: A Year’s Worth of Mouth-Watering, Easy-to-Make Recipes. This posole is of the green variety, and the broth is chock-full of tomatillos, cilantro, […]

  • Summer Corn and Dungeness Crab Bisque

    This recipe was a nice little find that popped up when I was searching for something that included a bunch of items in this week’s CSA box. I modified it a bit to make it a bit lighter and to use what we had on hand — it is super-simple and easily adaptable. This soup/bisque […]

  • Salmon and Baby Bok Choy Ramen

    Here’s a dish we made a few weeks ago from The Ultimate Soup Bible. A salmon fillet is cut on the diagonal into thin slices which are seared and then placed into a bowl of steaming hot, richly-flavored broth and udon noodles. Baby bok choy adds color and some crunch. [donotprint] Lisa says: Oh my […]

  • Orzo Chickpea Soup

    Lisa made this soup when we were in California during the holidays — orzo, chickpeas, and spinach swim in a simple vegetable broth, topped with garlicky tomatoes and shredded Parmesan. Lisa’s dad liked the soup so much he decided to make it again just a few days later. The recipe is based on one from […]