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Scouse

Scouse by Colin Callan

Scouse was brought to Liverpool by Northern European sailors, it was originally called Labskause or lobskause. This was finally shortened to Skause and over time the spelling changed to the more Anglicised version we know and love today, Scouse. Interesting Note: The Danish name is "skipper labskovs". In Swedish, it's "kallops".…

8 votes
20916 views
Three Sisters Soup (Beans, Corn and Squash Soup) with Crock Pot Option

Three Sisters Soup (Beans, Corn and Squash Soup) with Crock Pot Option by Salad Foodie

“Three Sisters” refers to the three main crops of Native Americans: beans, corn and squash. The crops are planted close together and in this way benefit from one another. Corn stalks provide the structure for beans to climb, beans provide nitrogen to…

7 votes
23230 views
Portuguese Sopas

Portuguese Sopas by Megan Pires

A Portuguese soup that ladeled over a thick slice of French Bread and sprinkled with fresh mint. Tomato based, it's flavored with the warm spices of cinnamon, cloves, and allspice.

2 votes
17147 views
Bean Soup with Ham

Bean Soup with Ham by Rhonda James

Do you remember Bill Knapp's Restaurant? I sure do... My husband and I always loved going there. I have fond memories of going there as a child, working there as a waitress just out of high school, and going there for dinner while I was in labor with my first child (hey, a girl has to eat!). Here is a recipe that my sister and I…

5 votes
41012 views
Stewed Tomatoes

Stewed Tomatoes by J. Gino Genovesi

Canning came about during the Napoleonic Wars, when the demand for a cheap and effective way to preserve food in large amounts in order to feed the troops. In 1809, Nicolas Appert, a French confectioner and brewer, discovered that items cooked inside a jar did not spoil unless the seal was broken. Thus he developed a method of…

3 votes
10061 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
16252 views
Crockpot Split Pea Soup

Crockpot Split Pea Soup by Nancy Miyasaki

We're split pea soup fans and have a number of recipes. But we've never tried it in our slow cooker before. This simple recipe turned out wonderfully. If you're looking for a classic, flavorful split pea soup, this will more than do the trick.

6 votes
19911 views
Crockpot Carne Adovada Recipe

Crockpot Carne Adovada Recipe by John Spottiswood

We had this for dinner tonight and it was fantastic. The complexity of flavors - sweet, salty, spicy, and savory - is really amazing. It's better than 99% of the dishes I've ever been served in a mexican restaurant. I loved the carne adovada I had in Santa Fe, but I honestly don't remember any that matched this. If you try this…

6 votes
10201 views
Awesome Split Pea Soup

Awesome Split Pea Soup by John Spottiswood

We made this soup by combining the best of two recipes...one from America's Test Kitchen and one from Cook's Illustrated's the Best New Recipe. I think this is a split pea soup that can't be beat!

8 votes
9571 views
HCG Diet - Spanish Chicken Soup

HCG Diet - Spanish Chicken Soup by Recipe Kitchen

Delicious And Healthy Low Carb HCG Diet Spanish Chicken Soup.

4 votes
17400 views
OATS CHICKEN SOUP

OATS CHICKEN SOUP by MARIA LOURDES V. LIPARDO-AYUB

Subscribe to my YouTube Channel (Lipardo's Global Kitchen) for more recipes and future raffle draws for giveaway prizes. My family loves this soup because it's so delicious and nutritious. Oatmeal is glutten-free and rich in fiber which lowers cholesterol, stabilizes blood sugar, prevents breast cancer and other health benefits.

2 votes
5340 views
Dad’s Tavern Chili

Dad’s Tavern Chili by Salad Foodie

As an adolescent I was commissioned by my dad to make a huge pot of chili for his tavern weekly, and I earned fifty cents a batch doing so! (This was before the era of food safety regulation and inspection - I just made it in our home kitchen!) Dad had taught me how to make his chili, and everyone agreed it was in a class of its…

3 votes
17764 views
Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken Noodle Soup by Salad Foodie

Comfort food at its best! Hearty, flavorful and chock full of chicken - what more need a soup offer? This is a perfect amount for a small family with leftovers, but adjust the recipe to your needs.

2 votes
1227 views
Senate Bean Soup

Senate Bean Soup by Salad Foodie

U.S. Senate Bean Soup is served in the dining room of the United States Senate every day in a tradition that dates back to the early 20th century. The basic recipe is made of navy beans, ham hocks and onions, but variations abound. This version is typical, with the addition of potato, celery and garlic. Serve with a slice of corn…

2 votes
3086 views
Pork Stew with Wine

Pork Stew with Wine by John Spottiswood

This is another phenomenal recipe that I adapted from a recipe from James Villas in Stews, Bogs, and Burgoos. I still have not found a recipe from this book that is not amazing. Anyway, don't be thrown off by the fruit in this recipe. It blends in with the wine, meat and vegetables to make a luscious combination. This recipe…

4 votes
4116 views