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Italian Spinach Soup

Italian Spinach Soup by John Spottiswood

Suprise, surprise. Another amazing recipe adapted from Marcella Hazan's Essential's of Italian Cooking. This is one of my bibles. Not only did I love this spinach soup, but all four of my kids did too! Everyone had mutiple servings. We served it with simple sourdough toast, though Crostini (Italian croutons) is what Marcella…

11 votes
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Tuna Flakes Afritada

Tuna Flakes Afritada by ShaleeDP

Healthy and tasty recipe.

2 votes
22895 views
Classic Cioppino

Classic Cioppino by John Spottiswood

This is a traditional Cioppino base recipe for you to play with. Cioppino is a simple and hearty fish stew originally cooked by Italian fisherman on the California coast. Don't worry too much about what sort of fish or shellfish you put in it. Just keep it simple with these basic ingredients. The easier the better...so you'll be…

9 votes
16129 views
Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup (Samseon Cham Pong)

Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup (Samseon Cham Pong) by Sunny Shin

Champong is a popular noodle dish that is prepared in a red, spicy seafood broth containing hearty vegetables and variety of seafood. In late 19th century, many of the Chinese immigrants opened restaurants and created new versions of their home food in Korea. Cham Pong is one of Koreanized Chinese dish that is so popular in Korea and…

1 vote
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Bok choy soup with mushrooms and ginger

Bok choy soup with mushrooms and ginger by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

This hot and savory soup is easy to make and it is packed with deep, umami flavor.

1 vote
1004 views
New England Clam Chowder

New England Clam Chowder by arthur jimenez

Easy, creamy traditional clam chowder without hassle.

7 votes
20809 views
Chicken Lugaw with Egg

Chicken Lugaw with Egg by ShaleeDP

This is how I like my lugaw, or goto. Cooked with the right amount of time and ingredients.

1 vote
7795 views
Malaysian Pork Stew with Garnishes

Malaysian Pork Stew with Garnishes by John Spottiswood

This recipe, which is adapted from the New York Times Cookbook, is just outstanding. It has a great combination of flavors that everyone in our family loved. These cuts of pork are so inexpensive, that this is a very economical meal despite the exotic flavors. The garnishes add another dimension, so don't skimp on them! We served…

7 votes
11451 views
Sedona White Corn Tortilla Soup

Sedona White Corn Tortilla Soup by Terri Jordan

This recipe is a little time consuming but has lots of flavor!

3 votes
12548 views
Hearty Red Lentil Soup

Hearty Red Lentil Soup by John Spottiswood

This is a wonderfully flavored soup that our whole family really enjoyed. I'm a huge fan of traditional Turkish Red Lentil soup which has more exotic flavors, but I was impressed by the down home goodness of this soup. I had three medium sized helpings, and even then I nibbled a bit more as I was putting the remainder into the…

9 votes
9822 views
Mediterranean Lamb Stew with tomato, mushroom and eggplant (Kokkinisto)

Mediterranean Lamb Stew with tomato, mushroom and eggplant (Kokkinisto) by John Spottiswood

I used to order a delicious lamb stew at the New Kappadokia restaurant in Redwood City, California. Then I had a not quite but close to equally delicious stew at a Greek restaurant in Palo Alto that was called Kokkinisto. I pieced this recipe together…

1 vote
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Moroccan Fish Stew Recipe

Moroccan Fish Stew Recipe by John Spottiswood

We often serve a hearty fish soup or stew on Christmas Eve, prior to our traditional roast for Christmas Dinner. Normally, it's Cioppino or Clam Chowder, but this year I decided to try something different. This stew had big time flavor, and was roundly regarded as being as good as or better than our Cioppino. If you've never had a…

5 votes
6018 views
Chicken Tortilla Soup 2SP

Chicken Tortilla Soup 2SP by Wendy Saxena-Smith

1 vote
1931 views
Chicken Enchilada Soup

Chicken Enchilada Soup by karenrecipe

This soup consists of ingredients you can whip together quickly, throw into the slow cooker and forget about until chow time. And, as an added bonus, it doesn’t call for any “cream-of-whatever” soup.

1 vote
5659 views
Hungarian Gulyas Soup

Hungarian Gulyas Soup by Gyula Sziraczky

This is my really first recipe I've ever "published"...anywhere. So I thought that a traditional, very traditional, Hungarian dish would be appropriate (since I was born in Hungary). The best way to make this soup is to cook it outside in a "bogracs" (a small, round metal pot with handles) over real fire! Try it and you will never…

3 votes
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