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cold-beet-borscht

Cold Beet Borscht

Beets for this refreshing cold soup were sometimes finely diced, other times coarsely grated. We liked best whichever we were being serve...

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russell

Russell

Although my mother never made this fermented beet juice, my grandmother always did for Passover when it became the basis of the most piqu...

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greek-salad

Greek Salad

Also known as “spring salad,” this was served as a side dish, or mixed with pot cheese and sour cream as a summer main course...

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meat-loaf-with-tomato-sauce

Meat Loaf with Tomato Sauce

The idea of finding slices of egg in the middle of a meat loaf always was exciting when we were kids. The egg may, of course, be eliminat...

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green-minestrone-with-chicken-and-pesto

Green Minestrone with Chicken and Pesto

Pesto sauce, with its fragrant trinity of garlic, basil, and Parmesan, gives this soup of green and white vegetables distinct Ligurian ov...

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pesto-sauce

Pesto Sauce

Cut garlic cloves in half vertically and remove and discard inner green-tipped sprout. Cut garlic into small pieces, and, using a blender...

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fried-chicken-and-andouille-file-gumbo

Fried Chicken and Andouille File Gumbo

This is a main-course soup that can be preceded by a seafood or vegetable salad or a cooked hot or cold artichoke and followed by a slice...

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baked-cottage-soup

Baked Cottage Soup

For this gently delicious soup I adapted a recipe from The Encyclopedia of Practical Cookery, a six-volume treasure published in England ...

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cock-a-leekie

Cock-a-Leekie

Along with haggis and shortbread, cock-a-leekie is one of Scotland’s best-known dishes. Probably because of the leeks, it seems esp...

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chicken-waterzooi

Chicken Waterzooi

Sometimes prepared with fish and eel, around Ghent this leek scented soup is made with chicken. The name derives from the Flemish dialect...

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