Few foods do a better job of warming you to your core than a hearty lentil soup. Come fall, lentils are always on heavy rotation in my house – not only because they’re hearty and healthy, but they’re also affordable and easy to cook. In this lentil soup, I add toasty Indian spices […]
This recipe and photo are courtesy of The Garden Co. The soup is best made a day ahead, giving the flavors time to meld. The longer the soup sits, the more it will all turn the deep red color of beets.
Print Recipe Third Coast’s Butternut Squash Soup Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course Entrées Servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 1 butternut squash, peeled and seeded chopped into one-inch cubes1 carrot, peeled and chopped3 stalks celery, chopped1 yellow onion – diced4 garlic cloves, crushed1 fennel bulb, chopped3 Tbsp canola oil1 cup pecans, toasted and […]
Nothing says comfort like a bowl of homemade soup. We head to Spoons Cafe and try one of Karen Klassen’s best sellers: the velvety-smooth Pumpkin Soup. It’s on the menu year-round, and it’s so easy to make. We have the recipe for you!
From a recent trip to Napa Valley, I enjoyed a delicious Cream of Mushroom Soup from Goose and Gander. I like it so much I got the recipe just for you!
Football’s big day is almost here! If you’re still planning out your Super Bowl spread for Sunday, consider one of these crowd-pleasing soups. This is not only an inexpensive and easy way to feed all of your guests, but most of these soups can be made ahead and customized with a fun spread of toppings.
The new year is here and many of us are more conscious about what we’re putting in our bodies. This week, I visit my friends at San Antonio Living and share a few delicious and diet-friendly foods, plus what to drink with them!
Start 2019 off on the right foot with these auspicious foods believed to bring health, wealth and happiness! While we don’t all abide by these superstitious “rules,” why not try them out? They are good for our health, after all. Here, 5 recipes […]
This recipe and photo is courtesy of Chef Austin Simmons at TRIS.
Everywhere I go, I hear praises of all the great things San Antonio is doing in the food scene. It has become quite the culinary center. When you’re looking for something quick, fresh and easy in the Alamo City check out The Station Cafe located in the historic King William District and Southtown.
Flock to your nearest farmers market to find flavors like these! The following recipes feature inspired farm-to-table ingredients for healthy eating from home this summer…
This tortellini soup is a modern take on pasta e fagioli and is hearty and healthy with the addition of collard greens. It’s perfect any time of year for lunch, a starter, or a side, but we love it as a light summer soup!
Clam soup with a kick! This thick, tomato-based broth is amazing with the Basturma (Turkish beef). Pastrami is also a good substitute.
Fresh fennel soup served chilled from Chef de Cuisine Michael Castillo at Uchi Austin. A great way to get your greens in the warmer months!
We’re addicted to this soup! It’s lovely with strips of tangy turnip greens floating throughout the warm, spicy broth. Feel free to substitute collards or spinach for the turnip greens if desired.