I like chicken and dumplings. My husband likes chicken and rice. What to do? Carb compromise! This is a versatile dish perfect for the pickiest of eaters (such as me and my husband) that’s warm and comforting. Cooking in my house is about guidelines, not rules, and if you don’t like it, don’t eat it. This dish is always eaten up.
Read More Soup of the Day: Chicken ‘n’ Dumplings ‘n’ Rice
Sinigang na baboy is my favorite Filipino dish next to adobo. Plus, it’s one of the very few dishes I actually know how to make (I’m not much of a chef).
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During pretty much my entire childhood, I didn’t consider soup a real meal. Soup was the watery stuff you got at grandmother’s birthday, and the only good things that came with it were warm baguettes or prawn crackers.
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Melkam Gena, everybody! Today Christmas is celebrated in Ethiopia, so this seemed like the right day to do a recipe on how to make Misr Wot (also written as Misir Wot or Misir Wat). Read More Soup of the Day: Misr Wot
I love nice warming ginger foods on cold nights, don’t you?
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My grandmother and other elders have made corn soup for me, friends, and family for years. But, I never learned how to make it myself. As luck would have it, my grandmother called a week before Christmas to tell me she planned to make a batch of corn soup for the holiday for eating and gifting. So, I asked her if she would show me how it’s done, and she readily agreed. Read More Soup of the Day: Haudenosaunee Corn Soup
January is a gray month. The sky is gray, the ground is gray, the floors are gray when people track the gray inside. To battle the gray, Team P-Mag has assembled a month’s worth of delicious, colorful soups to help us trudge through until spring. First in the stockpot, my signature sweet potato soup. Read More Soup of the Day: Dreamy Cream of Sweet Potato