Hearty quinoa and white bean soup

It’s been cold, wet, and rainy the past few days and I’ve been sipping hot drinks and starting up the fireplace on repeat. It’s acceptable to serve soup for dinner these days, along with a big chunk of bread. I made this hearty quinoa and white bean soup one night last week, and it was […]

A bowl of This light spring minestrone soup on a plate with bread, water glass, and salt dish in the background.

Light Spring Minestrone Soup

  Happy Memorial Day weekend! If you’r living on the east coast you know we’ve already had our fair share of springtime showers. This weekend is no exception. On these days, I feel like having a cozy meal, but I still want to embrace spring! That’s where this light spring minestrone soup enters. So instead of […]

a grey bowl with chopsticks and Asian Chicken noodle soup bowl

Asian Chicken Noodle Soup Bowl

Asian Chicken noodle soup bowl, also known as a ramen bowl, is the perfect clean eating winter comfort food. It’s packed with all things good for you. Starting with the bone broth base, which is rich in minerals and collagen. It’s also super good for gut health. Next, you generally add an assortment of veggies, […]

Bowl of Creamy Butternut Squash soup garnished with a swirl of coconut cream, beef bacon bits, and pepitas

Best Ever Butternut Squash Soup

  I made this best ever butternut squash soup recipe during Sukkos at my parents house. They couldn’t stop raving. I laughed! It was the easiest most simple soup I had ever made. My secret weapon? Vegetable stock. From the box! Hubby has requested this soup 2-3 times since we got back. Funny how the […]

Bowl of minestrone soup on a napkin

Beef Winter Minestrone Soup

This beef winter minestrone soup is like a warm hug after spending the day raking leaves in the cool autumn sun or back to back meetings.  It’s a meal in 1 bowl. A concept that I’ve really taken a liking to lately. It’s nice to make dinner 1-2-3 that you know will prove a wholesome […]

Watermelon Gazpacho

  There is a certain feeling of excitement when summer fruits first hit the shelves in the seasonal farmers’ markets. Last year, I got a bit carried away and picked out a “full-sized” watermelon for my little family of three. For the next week and a half, we discovered about 700 culinary uses for the […]

Pumpkin Apple Soup

I’ve always viewed pumpkins as either a purée in a can for pie or as a decoration. I couldn’t imagine peeling one to make into a soup. Too much work and orange hands. Yuck. Then I saw these cute ones at the grocery store. That got me thinking, this can’t be so hard to peel…and […]

Parsnip and Sunchoke Soup

This creamy, velvety soup is a comforting addition to any meal. Sunchokes taste slightly nutty, and they pair well with the earthy parsnips. I love using beef jerky as a garnish to any creamy looking soup—it’s so delicious! The sunchoke is also known as a Jerusalem Artichoke, although it has absolutely no connection to the […]