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Chicken in the Pot, Yemenite Style

In many Yemenite families the midday meal during the week often revolves around a big pot of golden, aromatic chicken soup. This is a fl...

by Faye Levy


Sabbath Soup

Since some people prefer their chicken soup with noodles, while others like matzo balls, one solution is to serve both. Then you really h...

by Faye Levy


Gingery Chicken and Wild Rice Soup

The addition of a flavorful whole grain, leeks and a hint of ginger is a particularly delicious spin on classic chicken and rice soup. I...

by Judith Finlayson


Chicken Soup

This is something you need to know how to make. You may not need to make it today, or tomorrow, or even next week. But one day, someone y...

by Lora Brody


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...

by Mimi Sheraton


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 ...

by Mimi Sheraton



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

by Mimi Sheraton


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...

by Mimi Sheraton


Red Lentil Soup with Chicken

In her well-detailed cookbook The Arabian Delights, Anne Marie Weiss-Armush writes that the delicate, tea-rose-colored red lentil soup pr...

by Mimi Sheraton


Yunnan Steamed Chicken Soup

Scented with wine, ginger, and scallions, this eye-opening broth is one of the headiest in this collection, and the ultimate essence of c...

by Mimi Sheraton

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