Warm and comforting or cool and refreshing; light and appetizing or hearty and filling ... soup is worthy of its own blog.

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Latest Blog Posts for A Thousand Soups

  • Sopa de Albondigas
    on Nov 18, 2014 in meatballs Mexican soup
    Sopa de AlbondigasMeatballs are an American favorite, but put into this soup, they're a delicious Mexican tradition. Mint is what makes them so tasty, but if you don't like that, oregano is a great substitute. Make sure to use very lean ground beef a...
  • Dole Garden Soups
    on Oct 20, 2014 in product review veggies
    As a soup lover and a soup blogger I'm not much of a boxed or canned soup eater. That being said, Dole just developed garden soups that come in a box that I actually really like.First of all, Dole knows produce. I've bought their salad greens and kit...
  • Creamy Hatch Green Chile Soup
    on Feb 3, 2014
    Creamy Hatch Green Chile SoupWhen it comes to soups I can honestly say I love winging it. I like to look into the refrigerator and cupboards and see what I have on-hand that can be whipped up into a delicious soup. It was a little bit that way with t...
  • Daniel East's Classic Turkey Noodle Soup
    on Dec 10, 2013
    Packed-Out Turkey Noodle SoupIf there is one thing I know for sure about Daniel East, it's the fact that he can pack out a soup better than anyone. There is no such thing as a "soupy" soup with this guy. If you recall The Soup that I posted a couple...
  • Salmon Chowder
    on Oct 15, 2013 in chowder salmon fish seafood
    Salmon Chowder One of my coworkers absolutely does not like salmon. This is foreign to me as salmon is my favorite fish. So, when a friend of hers brought her a bag full of fresh salmon, she happily passed it on to me. It has been one of the most l...
  • Slow Cooker Beef Ravioli Soup
    on Oct 2, 2013 in ravioli slow cooker beef pasta
    Slow Cooker beef Ravioli Soup Most really good soups are an all-day affair with some babysitting here and there. This one cooks for 6 hours all by itself before it needs any tending. It's hearty enough for a full meal on its own and uses frozen rav...
  • French Onion Soup
    on Sep 25, 2013 in onions
    French Onion Soup It is with great personal injury that I bring you one of my all-time favorite soups. French Onion. When I was in culinary school it was my task one day to make the French Onion soup. When making soup for a restaurant you don't simp...
  • Minestrone Soup
    on Sep 17, 2013 in vegetable pasta
    I can't for the life of me figure out why I haven't yet posted this soup. It's honestly one of the classics and one I'm very fond of. I do have a recipe with Disney at both and, but that was created with super-busy parents wit...
  • Real Beef Soup
    on Sep 9, 2013 in vegetable beef pasta
    Beef Vegetable Soup When I was a child I honestly don't recall many soups being served that didn't come from a red and white can. There were navy beans and cornbread (not really soup) and mom's split pea with ham (still a favorite today), but other...
  • Pork Cider StewPork Cider Stew. Dish: Aaron Sanchez , Napkin: Pier 1 Imports, Spoon: Washington Forge It's no secret that Autumn is my favorite time of year. The harvest is brought in, the days turn cooler and the sky is never bluer. Many of the vegetables a...
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