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Hearty, creamy soups to spread the warmth.
It's all about the caramelization and browning.
Flavored with aromatic vegetables, whole milk, and plenty of briny, fat oysters.
A traditional winter soup, seen through a savory lens.
Roasted sweet potatoes with a splash of orange juice, topped with a sauce made from crushed pistachios, olive oil, mint, scallions, and orange zest.
The secrets to this soup: no cream, roasted broccoli, and a splash of buttermilk.
With a light, bright broth, Rhode Island clam chowder is a the perfect choice when you're not in the mood for a heavier creamy chowder.
Ancho chilies add deep color and flavor to this butternut squash soup.
Cauliflower gets a flavor-packed, smoky jolt from bacon in this creamy, comforting soup.
Parsley, garlic, and lemon zest: so nice, we add it twice.
A rich and creamy mushroom soup.
A creamy carrot soup flavored with cumin, ginger, and spicy North African harissa paste.
An easy, hearty soup with black eyed peas, fragrant rosemary, and bright lemon zest.
A hearty escarole soup made with Parmesan rinds and bay leaves, with plenty of tender, cheese- and nutmeg-flavored mini chicken meatballs.
Rosemary, Parmesan, and olive oil bring this vegetarian soup to life.
Creamy, nutty, and smoky with a bright parsley oil.
Cauliflower and roasted peppers create a vibrantly colored soup perfect for cool fall days.
Mussels or cockles, shrimp, scallops, and cod in a quick fisherman's stew.
Vegan white bean soup in 25 minutes or less.
Carrots, potatoes, leeks, and kale make for a hearty, warming bowl of soup.
Rich texture and a delicate flavor combine in this classic clam- and pork-studded chowder.
Smooth and rich with brown butter, topped with crispy bacon and Brussels sprouts.
An intensely pumpkin-flavored soup accented with brown butter and thyme.
A basic blended delicata squash and apple soup, garnished with sweet roasted beets and smoky bacon.
A creamy, slightly nutty soup that's more more complex than it looks.
This is pure comfort food, but it's also one with a surprising amount of depth.
If you have time to open a can, you have time to make this excellent tomato soup from scratch.
Carrot juice adds bright flavor to this squash soup.