This smokey, hearty chili will please everyone in your house. It's vegetarian, vegan, paleo and, of course, gluten free. This chili is a nice addition to the table for those of you observing Lent too.
Homemade bone broth is one of my favorite things. It's rich in minerals that support the immune system and contains healing compounds like collagen, glutamine, glycine and proline. The collagen in bone broth heals your gut lining and reduces intestinal inflammation. I use it as a base for soups, in stir fry and as a wonderful warm medicine whenever I'm feeling under the weather.
This savory, comforting soup is the perfect way to celebrate beautiful winter squash. I incorporated sage, thyme and my Austrian Black Gold (pumpkin seed oil) to create a delicious, toasty soup that's wonderful for a holiday or just a weeknight at home. (this recipe is adapted from a Deborah Madison recipe)
This savory, spicy and delicious soup is one of my favorites. The rich, smooth broth envelopes shredded chicken, avocado, Mexican cheese and cilantro creating a fantastic, flavorful soup everyone in your house will love. (this recipe is adapted from a Rick Bayless recipe)
This hearty, delicious soup is perfect for lunch or dinner. The flavors get even better the second day. I love to make this soup a winter Sunday afternoon, serve it for dinner and pack the leftovers for lunch.
This light, tasty soup is the perfect vehicle for your Thanksgiving leftovers. Almost everything goes in the pot with the turkey carcass and a few hours later you have a fabulous soup.
One chicken equals 2 quarts of delicious homemade broth and enough shredded chicken for a make-ahead meal. Easy and budget-friendly.
This smoky, fragrant, delicious soup recipe comes from my friend Carol. We have enjoyed cooking together for years, and I love to eat everything she makes. Your family will love this soup too - you can easily adjust the spice to your taste, it freezes beautifully and you can make it vegetarian or vegan with a couple of quick substitutions.