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This luxurious tasting, mildly spicy soup has not a drop of cream in it. The secret to its richness is Glace de Canard Gold complemented with unsweetened applesauce. It's incredibly simple to make. If you have any left over bits of cooked duck, add them to the soup, as well.
Make this robust soup, full of vegetables, barley, and tender beef, to feed a hungry crowd--or freeze some to savor later. Just add a loaf of crusty bread to soak up the delicious broth.
Spiced with cumin and flavored with tomatoes and zesty green chiles, this black bean soup is sure to become a family favorite.
This gorgeous, Spanish-influenced vegetarian stew is gets its red-orange color from saffron, paprika, and tomatoes. Hearty chickpeas and potatoes are accented with sherry, red peppers, garlic, and a little heat from red chile flakes. A sprinkling of garlicky picada adds the perfect finishing touch.
A hearty, savory soup chock-full of beans with garlic, tomatoes, and herbs. The perfect antidote to a chilly day--serve it with buttered cornbread and a crisp salad.
A satisfying variation on the Greek lemon chicken soup, avgolemono. It's easily made for vegetarians. The sunny colors will remind you of spring - just when young asparagus begin to come to market. Try it with blanched sugar snap peas or tiny broccoli florets, as well. Remember to add the vegetables just at the end to preserve their fresh, bright green color. Serve the soup hot or at room temperature.
Coriander, cumin, turmeric, cinnamon, cayenne--the spices of Morocco--combine to give this aromatic soup a deliciously different flavor. The hearty combination of lentils, chickepeas, vegetables, and tomatoes marries beautifully with the exotic spices for a soup you'll want to make again and again.
Put together this traditional Southern favorite in less than an hour by using canned black-eyed peas. Smoky bacon and a little kick from jalapeno, along with our savory Roasted Chicken Stock, make it a tasty side dish--toss in some chunks of browned smoked sausage to make it a meal.
A hearty southern classic. Serve with cornbread and a spinach salad or some roasted veggies for a warming family meal.
A simple, classic sandwich with a tasty dipping sauce great for lunch or supper on a busy night.
A staple of Southern cooking, grits are a terrific side with any dish that has a savory sauce. They are incredibly simple to make and wlll hold, covered, on your stove top over very low heat while you finish the cooking the rest of the meal.
One of our family favorites. Throw away the can and gain flavor without all the salt and additives. This is the simple chicken noodle soup Brad's daughter Sophie grew up on and still eats every week. Great chicken stock and packaged ramen noodles (throw away the spice packet) make it work. For a Thai flair, add Sriracha chili sauce and a bit of Thai fish sauce. Amazing and healthy.
A nourishing soup that comes together quickly on a busy day--just add a loaf of good bread and you have dinner.
Have you ever bought a splendid loaf of bread only to have it go stale? Have you wanted a special garnish for your soup or salad? These croutons will do just that! The flavor is sensational and, from a heart-healthy standpoint, duck fat is similar to olive oil.
Although often made with a ham bone, our version of split pea soup is so hearty and heart healthy you won't miss the meat. Serve with thick slices of rustic bread.
With only a few ingredients in this soup, each must be the best you can find. Choose young, tender carrots, pure Fond de Poulet Gold, and high quality butter. A few spoons of rice, cooked with the carrots, thicken the soup into a smooth potion with a vibrant orange hue.
Chunky-smooth smashed potatoes add old-fashioned comfort to any meal. We've taken a somewhat modern approach by using Yukon Gold potatoes (or red bliss) and combining them with roasted garlic, Veggie-Glace Gold, some milk, and a minimum of butter. What's missing? A lot of fat and calories, but none of the taste and pleasure. Use this same method for other vegetables like turnips and cauliflower.