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Whether you’re looking for a chicken soup to help stop the cold you’re coming down with or a pumpkin soup to serve at Thanksgiving, it’s time to break out your favorite Dutch oven or soup pot and get cooking.
Fresh, local asparagus is one of the first signs of spring. This soup is a great way to use up any excess asparagus. Make a big batch and freeze half of the soup for other seasons.
After removing the kernels from a few ears of corn, add the cobs to store-bought stock for extra flavor to this summer soup.
One of the most iconic chicken soups, these matzo balls are made with things you already keep in the house like eggs and vegetable oil.
The adult version of everybody's favorite soup, this tomato soup recipe includes a bit of dry white wine to offset the tomatoes' sweetness. Top with a bit of mascarpone to finish it off.
Curry and honey come together perfectly in this sweet potato soup brightened up with ground ginger and fresh cilantro.
Pick through dried beans to check for stones and dirt, then soak overnight in water to rehydrate. Drain and rinse the beans before adding to this hearty vegetable soup.
A kitchen-sink soup that can utilize whatever you have on hand. Switch out lentils for another dried bean if you like and toss in a can of condensed creamed soup for a thicker version.
This comforting soup is thick and creamy, but no cream is actually added. Use an immersion blender to pureé potatoes, corn, and Cheddar to achieve the classic chowder texture.
A little bit of curry powder goes a long way in transforming roasted cauliflower into a flavorful base for the soup.