I can tell a lot of my friends in the Midwest have had a frustrating football day. The upside is: those rooting for the other team are having a great football day!
Regardless of which side onto which you fall, you can all find comfort in these globally inspired soups – think of it as a warm, comforting hug from around the world. And there’s always next year!
This hearty soup is chock full of ground sirloin, zesty diced tomatoes, green chilies and ripe sweet potatoes and corn, giving it that perfect Southwestern full flavor that will satisfy any cravings! From Guest Chef Holly Clegg. Recipe here.
Gazpacho is a classic Spanish tomato soup and you will only find it in Spain during the summer because the locals will only make it with the freshest of ingredients. From Guest Chef Roni Proter. Recipe here.
Hearty Italian ribollita pairs the fresh & healthy flavor of Italian vegetables with rich chicken broth, cannellini beans, fresh herbs, rustic bread and Parmesan cheese for a satisfying one-dish meal. Recipe here.
Matzoh Ball Soup is a classic favorite, with vegetables, thyme and clove—subtle, yet complex, flavors in a savory delight. Recipe here.
In her cookbook, Stock the Crock, Phyllis Good says this recipe for Indian Lentil Soup is a mild but irresistible introduction to Indian food—plus, it’s a new way to bring more vegetables to your table. Indian Lentil Soup is best served with naan, an Indian flatbread. Recipe here.
Potato Soup with Cheese and Irish Ale is just the thing to help you cozy up at home and either celebrate the win or soften the blow! Recipe here.