Soups and Stews

Wonderful collection our favorite soups and stews from different cultures.

Brown Windsor Soup

Brown Windsor Soup Brown Windsor Soup is a hearty soup, made with beef and lamb, or other braised beef cuts. We’re just using beef in our version. Writers have found references to the soup going back to Queen Victoria’s court, and even before, where she reportedly served it at state dinners. It was also a […]

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Minestrone Soup

Minestrone Soup Minestrone Soup is probably the most famous Italian soup. As a vegetable soup, you will find many versions, but the one common ingredient which makes it Minestrone over other soups is the pasta. Many recipes use a short, tubular pasta, but you can also use all your pasta odds and ends. Just place […]

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Garlic Tomato Basil Soup

Garlic Tomato Basil Soup 8 servings Total Time: About 1 hour Garlic Tomato Basil Soup is a twist on a classic tomato basil soup, by adding a bit more garlic than many recipes and some red pepper flakes for a bit of spiciness. Not hot, but just enough to let you know it’s there. This […]

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Ratatouille with Hawaiian Black Sea Salt

Ratatouille with Hawaiian Black Sea Salt Ratatouille with Hawaiian Black Sea Salt is a tasty twist on a French Classic. You have the same basic ingredients of the French version, but besides the Hawaiian Black Sea Salt, you also have Oregano instead of Thyme. Little differences change the flavor just enough you might have a […]

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Creole Jambalaya

Creole Jambalaya There are subtle differences between Cajun and Creole food. Some are who is doing the cooking, the cultural influences, both of which have French roots and whether it’s considered “City” or “Country” cooking. We’d rather not create a fracas, so suffice to say that our Creole Seasoning can be used with either Creole […]

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