Bohemian Soupsody: America’s Test Kitchen Chicken Tortilla Soup

America's Test Kitchen Tortilla Soup

This is the final post in our soup series. So far we’ve brought you soups featuring carrots, lentils, mushrooms, and sausage & kale. Carrot-Ginger Soup with Cashews Smoky Lentil Soup with Bacon Mushroom Soup with Thyme Lighter Zuppa Toscana         The Soupsody Grand Finale is one of our favorites! It’s Chicken Tortilla … Continue reading

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Bohemian Soupsody: Lighter Zuppa Toscana Inspired by the Olive Garden

Like Zuppa Toscana from the Olive Garden

Soup #4 is a make-at-home version of Zuppa Toscana from the Olive Garden. We don’t go there often, but if we do I actually go for the soup, salad & breadsticks meal over every other dish. And that is mostly because of this soup. It is creamy and combines sweet Italian sausage, potatoes, and kale. … Continue reading

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Bohemian Soupsody: Smoky Lentil Soup with Bacon from Williams Sonoma

Soup #2 is a Smoky Lentil Soup with Bacon. It is smoky, thick and topped with bacon and sour cream. It would go very well with a gourmet grilled cheese, made with smoked gouda and high-quality crusty bread. The original recipe is from Williams Sonoma. It seems like a recipe promoting a fancy kitchen device, … Continue reading

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Bohemian Soupsody: Carrot-Ginger Soup with Cashews

We’re trying have more meatless meals around here. I’m also into making meals that stretch, so this lead me to soups. Thus begins the soups series I’ll call “Bohemian Soupsody,” though the hubs suggested “Soupsapalooza.” So anyway, on with Soupsody. Soups are great, they are a budget-friendly meal that you can stretch by pairing them … Continue reading

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