Category Archives: Soup

Our Best Ever Fall Recipes!

The flavors of fall sing like the most talented choir. Nothing beats the anticipation of knowing that very soon we will be delving into all the incredible ingredients that mother nature provides for us this time of year. Ingredients that transform into delicious recipes. Fall recipes are searched more than any other season for a […]

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Katie - Yay! I’m so looking forward to your cookbook. You two are so inspired, I’m sure it will be a delicious book for the taste buds and the eyes!

Parsnip & Parsley Root Bisque with White Truffle Oil

Every once in awhile as a foodie, you have one of those “aha” moments. These can also be called “oh my god am I stupid” moments, but it doesn’t sound as good, so aha moments they are. Well, recently, I had an aha moment when I was buying parsnips at the grocery store for our […]

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Lovoni Walker - I loved this post. No offence to anyone, but for some reason Americans love to cut the root off all herbs…cila tro is the one the kills me as that’s the best part, especially for my curry paste but impossible to find here. Gorgeous shots & great narrative as always.

Dione White - So beautiful you guys! I had no idea about the parsley roots either. But I have a bunch of parsnips from the garden that were waiting for this recipe : )

Colleen Johnson - Glad you had that “aha” moment! 🙂 You guys rock!

Maren Epstein - This soup sounds great! Do you think it would work with coconut milk instead?

Delicious Bisque Recipes – Craft Collector - […] 8. Parsnip and Parsley Root Bisque : The Rusted Ladle […]

Homemade Soup | Curry Coconut Chicken Soup

Curry can come in many forms and flavors.  It is used in dozens of countries worldwide and can be found in so many products, that it would take me a lifetime to list them all.  A lifetime?  Well, I guess it all depends on how long the life is, doesn’t it?  Let’s just say there […]

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Jennifer M - This looks wonderful! I’m a fellow Wisconsin girl who loves Noodles Thai Curry soup. I can’t wait to make this! Thanks!

Claudia - I just came upon your blog via TasteSpotting and I have to say it is beautiful. You both have done an excellent job at styling. I love the photography, you really make everything look mouthwatering, and the recipes read clear and straightforward. I like how there are no annoying popups and commercials competing for your attention from the food. You’re going in my favorites list!

Cheers from San Francisco, CA

Claudia

Jacqueline Johnston Watson - Mmmmmmmmm going to try this, this weekend.

Jim Rude - Thank you for the complements ladies. I forgot to add salt and pepper to taste in the recipe, so feel free to season it to your liking.

Thalia @ butter and brioche - This coconut chicken soup looks so wonderful, flavoursome and delicious. I love how you have evocatively captured it especially!

Lynn | The Road to Honey - Now this is my kind of soup. It is chock full of all my favorite ingredients and I am sure there is a new flavor combination to explore with each spoonful. Pinning to make in the future.

Joanne - I feel like I could eat curry of some form every day for the rest of my life and be pretty content. Starting with a big bowl of this soup! Such rich flavor.

Allyson - This curry looks so fantastic, perfect for a cold rainy day like today. Your photography is gorgeous, love those little mushrooms 🙂

Katie - I just came across your site via Pinterest, and I absolutely love it! The recipes look amazing (trying this soup tomorrow night), and the photography is absolutely beautiful! So glad I found it!

Homemade Soup | Cioppino

Sometimes, soup needs to be experimenting with new flavors. Sometimes, I have no clue on making a certain dish because I’ve never made anything like it before, but would like to give it a go. Such is the case with our next soup this month, called cioppino. I’ve known what cioppino is for a number […]

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Patricia - Such a great recipe and mouthwatering pictures !

Aysegul - I am not big fan of shellfish either. However, with this photography I want to get a spoon and get into my computer screen, 😛
So so well done.
Chers!

Thalia @ butter and brioche - Your images of these soup are just so evocative and mouthwatering delicious. I never have heard of cioppino before – and after seeing this post, it is something I must make!

linda Osborn - This was so beautifully presented..I ran right out and bought all the ingredients and made it this past weekend. It was surprisingly,not that expensive.The hot crusty bread made it exquisite! (And a wonderful winter meal for a blizzard) it wouldn’t let me rate it 5 stars, maybe cause it was 6.
Thanks Jena and Jim.

Jessie @ Straight to the Hips, Baby - This is a stunning recipe and even more beautiful set of photographs! I’ve always been too intimidated to cook shellfish at home, but goodness, I just want to grab that bowl and slurp away!

10 Crab Recipes - […] Cioppino  {Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free} […]

Homemade Soup | Pork and Pumpkin Mole Chili

Mole could not be a more simplistic word to describe a Mexican sauce that is anything but simplistic.  Mole is made with over 20 ingredients.  Roasted dried chilies are simmered in a broth with other flavorful ingredients such as vegetables, sesame seeds, spices and cocoa.  The mixture is puréed and traditionally served over cooked turkey. […]

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craig john - Jim you have to try the Combination Zapotec at Jalapeño Loco (right across the street from the Milwaukee Airport) if you like a good mole.

The dish is an ancho chile stuffed with pear, nuts, raisins, and pork, topped with melted Oaxacan cheese, and served on a plate next to a tender chicken breast all in a pool of Mole Oaxaqueño.

It’s a special item; so the next time it’s on the menu, I’ll shoot you an email. I never miss it. 🙂

Katie - This looks and sounds amazing! Next time I get to the store, I’m definitely picking up a pork roast and mole sauce.

Thalia @ butter and brioche - Words cannot express how badly I am craving this hearty chili right now – it looks incredible and beautifully captured too!

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