Category Archives: Soups

A Grey Day + A Bowl of Bisque

  Sometimes silence dances in among all the noise.  If you’re not listening closely enough you’ll miss it, like a midnight train that slowly glides through the night.  It’s a gap in time where all that’s hoped for is a large exhale — a quiet pause.  Nobody quite knows when the next one will come,...

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Rekindling Friendships :: Thyme-Roasted Kabocha Squash Soup

  My friend Kasey over at Turntable Kitchen recently reminded me of something:  the importance of availability when it comes to friendships.  She succinctly sums this up in her latest post and it really made me think about my own availability, or sometimes lack thereof, for my friends. In the past couple years I’ve experienced a couple...

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The Turning Point :: Organic Chicken, Roasted Poblano, Pumpkin + Black Bean Soup

  Oh, summer.  We’re going to miss you.  Your ruby watermelon, just-picked berries and luscious stone fruit will soon be just a memory.  Pomegranates, persimmons and hearty winter squash will begin to take your place at the farmers’ market as fall makes its slow debut. Although summer 2011 has two weeks left to live, we’re...

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Fine-Tuning :: Peach, Basil + Golden Tomato Gazpacho

Much like the economy, life has its ups and downs, detours, roadblocks and periods of time where massive growth occurs.  If we’re lucky, we’ll experience moments where we’re able to take full inventory and fine-tune.  With even more luck, we’ll be able to go through a complete process of reinvention on a path to greater...

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Curried Corn and Coconut Soup with Lobster, Tomato + Tarragon Salad

  Many people rebel against serving soup in the summer.  I get it.  It’s oppressively hot, and the very thought of turning on any part of the stove makes you want to throw yourself against a thorn-covered brick wall (figuratively speaking, of course). On the flip side of the argument, how about the obscene amount of fresh...

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