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Recipe: Four Bean Soup

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.

Recipe: Garden Zucchini Soup

This very simple, cool and creamy soup comes from an old favorite cookbook published by the Kansas City Junior League in the '80's. The "secret ingredient" is a touch of curry powder, and the soup is just as delicious served warm. It's a perfect way to enjoy summer's bumper crop of zucchini!

Recipe: Gazpacho

This summer favorite originated in Spain, but has been tweaked by generations of cooks across the globe. Here is our favorite version, full of fresh tomatoes, cucumber, bell pepper, and red onion, flavored with herbs, garlic, and a splash of balsamic vinegar.

Recipe: Goulash Soup

A hearty serving of tender beef and vegetables flavored with smoky Hungarian paprika and caraway seeds and garnished with rich sour cream.

Recipe: Greens and Beans Soup with Olives

This hearty soup combines good-for-you greens and beans in one pot. The olives give it a wonderful earthy flavor, along with tomatoes, herbs, veggies, and garlic. Serve it with crusty bread for a tasty lunch or dinner.

Recipe: Hearty Onion Soup

For an onion soup that lingers in your mind long after the last spoonful is gone, try this creamy blend of caramelized onions that's puréed with Riesling wine and a dash of sherry, along with the robust flavor of Jus de Poulet Lié Gold. Gruyère croutons are a contemporary interpretation of the typical (and often too heavy) cheese topping.

Recipe: Irish Beef and Stout Hot Pot

Tender chunks of beef and mushrooms braised in a savory mixture of stout and our brown stock, then topped with a layer of golden potatoes--a hearty one-pot meal inspired by traditional Irish cooking. Serve it by the fire with a mug of Guinness.

Recipe: Italian Sausage and Vegetable Soup with Pasta

Great for a crowd--Italian sausage meatballs surrounded by chunky vegetables, pasta, and greens in a savory broth. Serve it with a warm loaf of Italian bread.

Recipe: Italian Turkey and Spinach Meatball Soup

Need a great dish for a crowd? Try this hearty soup with savory meatballs, pasta shells, and vegetables in a savory broth topped with crisp croutons and Parmesan cheese.

Recipe: Kathleen's Tomato Soup

This recipe is from a dear family member, Kathleen, a mighty fine cook who once ran her own catering business and is always experimenting with new recipes in her kitchen in LA. It's a tasty twist on an old standby, and we hope you enjoy it.

Recipe: Leek, Potato & Mussel Soup

Leek and potato soup is a classic comfort food. Add mussels to the simmering soup along with some Veggie-Glace Gold, and it moves from simply superb to sublime simplicity. We like the mussels served in their shells. Remove them if you prefer.

Recipe: Lemon Asparagus Barley Soup

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.

Recipe: Loaded Baked Potato Soup

Love baked potatoes loaded with sour cream, cheese, and bacon? Here's the soup for you. This hearty, yet easy to make soup makes a great starter for a steak dinner or a satisfying cold weather meal paired with a green salad.

Recipe: Lobster Bisque

Try your hand at making this extraordinary soup. Rich and creamy, with complex layers of flavor and plentiful chunks of fresh lobster, it's worth every ounce of effort required. Serve it in elegant small portions as a first course, or increase the portions a bit and serve it as a stunning main dish.

Recipe: Manhattan Clam Chowder

There's an ongoing debate about which is best, cream-based New England clam chowder or tomato-based Manhattan clam chowder, which actually orginated in Rhode Island, where Portuguese immigrants started adding tomatoes to the mix. We make and love both versions. This recipe, with crumbled bacon, fennel, garlic, white wine, and plenty of juicy tomatoes, definitely gives New England-style chowder a run for its money!

Recipe: Maryland Crab Soup

A favorite from the Chesapeake Bay, this warming soup is filled with veggies and tender crab meat in a savory tomato broth spiked generously with Old Bay seasoning.

Recipe: Meatball Soup

A terrific main-dish soup, Italian style--savory meatballs, herbs, tomatoes, and pasta, all in a hearty beef broth. The perfect meal for a chilly evening!

Recipe: Mediterranean Chicken Stew with Olives

This luscious and warming stew borrows from the palates of Morocco and Greece, with spices, chickpeas, piquant olives, and a hint of orange. Its list of ingredients looks long because of the spices, but it's still pretty simple to make. If you like, serve the stew over couscous, rice, or quinoa in wide, shallow bowls.

Recipe: Mediterranean Fish Soup with Quick Aïoli

Our fragrant, saffron-scented soup is nice and garlicky. It will transport you to southern France with your first spoonful. We take a shortcut for the aïoli garnish, using a ready-made mayonnaise. Stir it into the soup before serving.

Recipe: Mexican Lime Soup

This is our take on a traditional soup from the Yucatan region of Mexico. The tang of the limes combines almost magically with spices, garlic, cilantro, and chicken or turkey for a wonderfully flavorful result.

Recipe: Miso Soup

This light, flavorful soup is a favorite in Japan, served for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with an array of garnishes including rice, eggs, simmered radishes and cabbage, pickles, tender fresh greens, and fish. It's also terrific as is. Note that different brands of miso have different flavor profiles and different levels of saltiness, so adjust the quantity of miso you use to your preference.

Recipe: Moroccan Chicken Tagine

This fragrant stew from Morocco is named after the cooking vessel in which it is traditionally made: a wide, shallow dish with a tall, cone-shaped lid, which helps to retain and circulate steam, enabling the dish to be baked and steamed at the same time, perfect for long, slow cooking. Even if you don’t have a tagine, you can still make the stew in a large, wide pot with a tight-fitting lid. You’ll be transported to Northern Africa with every bite—tender vegetables and chicken simmered slowly in a savory broth enriched with spices, dates, and orange zest.

Recipe: Moroccan Lentil Soup with Chickpeas

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.

Recipe: Mushroom and Orzo Soup

A simple, warming soup fortified with the meaty flavor of mushrooms.
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