Pumpkin and Red Lentil Soup

Not sure about you, but we just finished carving our pumpkins this past weekend.  I always tell people don’t get rid of the good stuff, meaning the guts and seeds.  With the seeds you can roast them with a little olive oil and sea salt.  They are such a delicious snack.  The guts can be made … Continue reading

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Lentil Soup with Poached Egg

This week I have been on a veggie kick, and who doesn’t love some kind of veggie soup.  I went to the Farmer’s Market over the weekend and picked up packs of different beans etc.  I wanted to make a classic Lentil soup but with a twist, Instead of typical celery I added a red … Continue reading

Carrot Ginger Soup

Not sure about you, but there is just something comforting about homemade soup.  Maybe it just reminds me of when I was a little girl.  I wanted to try to make a carrot soup, so this fun little recipe came to me the other day and I hope that it comforts and warms you up as much … Continue reading

Roasted Veggie Soup

This time of year is great to invent some delicious soups.  Today in Philadelphia it was slightly chilly, and that just sets my mood for some homemade soup.  I remember growing up and having my dad make the best soups, full of veggies and heart healthy goodness.  When I went to the supermarket, I picked … Continue reading

Garlic Soup

January and February are supposedly National Soup months.  I wanted to try something a little different.  I have made a lot of soup and chili, but this by far was never tried out in my kitchen.  I have mentioned before that in my house we LOVE garlic.  We just can’t get enough.  Okay enough of me … Continue reading

Watermelon Gazpacho

A lot of people know about the traditional gazpacho, which is a tomato based cold soup.  But I have heard a lot about different types of gazpacho, and i think the one that stood out the most was watermelon, so i gave it a try.  I took some watermelon, olive oil, orange juice, and salt and blended … Continue reading