Posts Tagged: ‘Soup’
Posted on January 11, 2012 - by Jules Shepard
This weather has me craving anything warm and yummy, so I decided to use my leftover sweet potatoes as the base of a new soup! Easy, quick, hearty (yet dairy-free), and as spicy as you want to make it — this beautiful bowl of satisfying soup will warm your belly and help you put those sweet potatoes to good use!
Posted on January 6, 2012 - by Jules Shepard
My Soup Signal goes off when winter’s chill takes hold. This quick and easy soup will fill your kitchen with amazing aromas of curry, cider and ginger — an added benefit for those whose Soup Signals are more olfactory than weather-related.
Posted on October 21, 2011 - by Jules Shepard
Butternut squash is a name that truly describes itself. This unassuming gourd, once cut open and roasted, tastes creamy and buttery, with a subtle nutty flavor that lends depth to any dish.
Posted on September 6, 2011 - by Jules Shepard
The dish now known as Ratatouille is an ancient Mediterranean stew traditionally known as “Peasant’s Food,” since it is essentially comprised of any leftovers you can find thrown into a pot and cooked down together. Farmer’s food: fresh local vegetables, stewed in regional herbs, it can change with particular influences of the chef preparing it, and can vary every time you make it as well!
Posted on October 15, 2010 - by Jules Shepard
Tweet Jules interviews Kettle Cuisine about their great new certified gluten-free soup flavor — Thai Curry Chicken!
Posted on October 1, 2010 - by Jules Shepard
A fun new healthy soup inspired by my friend Sharon in Atlanta. While visiting, she described how she cooked down some broccoli and cauliflower to make the base for a hearty but low-carb soup. I decided to follow her lead and really liked what I created! It paired wonderfully with my pumpkin cornbread, by the way!
Posted on June 4, 2010 - by Jules Shepard
Tweet I thought back to an appetizer I had made several years ago at the urging of my mother – the biggest strawberry lover I know – which was so successful that it found its way into my first cookbook, Nearly Normal Cooking for Gluten-Free Eating. I turned to page 25, and reviewed the simple […]
Posted on August 7, 2009 - by Jules Shepard
This weekend I visited one of my very best friends from my college days, and she reminded me that her Spanish family’s age-old gazpacho recipe was one of my favorites! Donna shared her pinch-and-smidgen version, and I spent an evening improvising so I could share proportions with you (and make it again someday!).