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Clam Chowder

  When I was a little girl, some of my most fondest memories was of eating clam chowder with my grandma at a local restaurant called Oyster House. They would serve it hot in a tiny diner bowl with a ...

Hot and Sour Soup

  This mildly spicy Hot and Sour Soup makes a wonderful side dish to any Asian or Asian-inspired entree, but can also become a main dish itself with the addition of half a pound of cooked, shredded chicken during the ...

Salmon Stew with Rutabaga, Leeks, and Dill

  Salmon can be delightful in soups and stews, but a little tricky to work with. The best method I’ve discovered is not to let the fish cook in boiling liquid; instead, if you stir it in gently just after ...

Tom Kha Gai

  Winter IS here. It is settled in and not in a hurry to move on. I generally have quite the struggle staying positive and happy during the winter months. Rather than spend these cold, overcast months depressed and binge ...

Roasted Root Vegetable Soup Base

  Similar to having a steady supply of Bone Broth on hand to use in recipes, I also enjoy having a thinned root vegetable soup (a.k.a. purée) for an easy transformation into a meal. Lately, my batch cooking process has gone ...

Sweet Potato and Broccoli Soup with Kelp Flakes

I had gum surgery the other day so have been eating a fair amount of this soup. It’s no hardship though, because I’m completely in love with it. The soup is smooth, full of flavor and goodness, and it’s just ...

Herbed Beef Stew with Carrots and Celeriac

When I picked up an Instant Pot, my cooking routine changed forever — long gone were the afternoons of spending hours “checking in” with a slowly simmering pot of stew on the stovetop. Now I can execute a fully tender, nourishing ...

Fish Curry Soup with Trumpet Mushrooms

  It is no secret that curries are among my favorite dishes to make, evidenced by the multiple curry recipes here on the blog as well as in my book. I haven’t shared a fish curry yet, though, so what’s ...