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Fish Soup with Tomatoes

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Oct 13, 2010 at 7:29am

Where do you buy fish?  A tricky thing, in Minnesota, at least to find consistently fresh choices – I’ve bought nice fillets and some real stinkers from every major outlet in the Twin Cities. If you’re willing to shop online, I can say that I’ve been extremely pleased with the sustainably caught king salmon and…

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Soup, Soup, Soup

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Jan 12, 2010 at 2:21pm

I can’t get enough of it (as you well know if you read this blog – I do a soup consolidation post every winter).  Warm, nutritious, satisfying, easy to make, and delicious – what’s not to like?  I mix things up with garnishes….a grating of cheese, a sprinkle of toasted nuts, a drizzle of excellent…

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Soup’s On

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Mar 3, 2009 at 3:53pm

I had the yummiest soup today at Beaujo’s Wine Bar in Edina, for lunch with my aunt Mary.  Mulligatawny soup, thick with lentils and tender chicken and bright with turmeric and a hint of curry.  It got me thinking, once again, about how much I love (lurve) soups and stews.  Is there anything better on…

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Caldo Verde (at least my soup is green)

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Feb 13, 2009 at 3:43pm

I’m back with another soup and more kale!  Portuguese Caldo Verde (green soup), thick with smoky sausage, kale, and potatoes, oh so good.  I can’t believe I haven’t posted this recipe (a Cook’s Illustrated gem) before – it’s one of my faves, a true meal-in-a-pot.             Two suggestions.  First, to…

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Happy New Year!

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Jan 10, 2009 at 9:41am

Yikes, look at that, it’s 2009.  Oops, there goes half of my life, wait, come back… No?  Well then, Happy New Year (sigh).  We rang in the New Year in relatively quiet fashion – just what the doctor ordered after Christmas festivities followed by feverish flu.  Despite feeling a bit wobbly, John and I enjoyed…

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