Tagged with soup

chicken & chickpea stew

chicken & chickpea stew

chickpeas, or garbanzo beans, are an interesting little ingredient that i experimented with this week. great for you and filling, they add a nice meaty texture to a dish and stew. they also soak up flavor (but don’t have much on their own). this chicken and chickpea stew, from bon appetit, is ideal for a … Continue reading

spicy pork & kale noodle soup

spicy pork & kale noodle soup

  with winter still lingering in DC, i needed a soup to warm me up. i found this spicy pork and mustard green soup on bon appetit  and added my own twist! while it had all the flavor i was looking for, i wanted to add more veggies, such as baby corn and mushrooms. instead … Continue reading

spicy soup

spicy soup

my mom is the queen of soups. i stole this recipe from her… a common theme. this one is a bit spicy, but you can ease up on the cayenne if you want to tone it down a bit. it is hearty and filling! the four spices give this soup a great color and the … Continue reading

a southern tradition

a southern tradition

as with tradition, recipes are often best learned from others. this particular southern tradition and recipe i learned from a new orleans/mobile native. adam is the king of one-pot-wonders, and this is no exception: chicken & dumplings. making my first ever guest appearance, adam took me through the steps to create this classic. check it … Continue reading

cold outside, warm in my belly

since it’s slowly turning into winter & the week began with rain, i felt that a soup was necessary! while many think of soup as a bore, my mom has treated me to nothing but delicious-ness! there is nothing more versatile and soothing as potato & leek soup. or vichychoisse! generally, the latter is served cold … Continue reading

liquid love

as mentioned before in my previous post, i love easy meals! when they’re delicious & cheap & easy…. it’s a dream come true! this soup i had over the weekend while at home at my parent’s house. my mom and i bond over the common love for food and cooking! senior year of high school, … Continue reading