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Mixed Wild Mushroom Soup

This is a wonderfully dramatic way to show off wild mushrooms. It’s almost a mushroom stew except that the mushrooms are sitting over a s...

by James Peterson


Simple Version of Borscht

There are dozens of recipes for borscht—from simple vegetable soups with a couple of chopped beets thrown in to complicated whole-meal af...

by James Peterson


Bean & Bulgur Chili

This chili is full flavored and very versatile. Try wrapping some in a flour tortilla for a veggie burrito.

by Jane Butel



Callaloo is a famed soup of the Caribbean that is made with greens from aroid plants indigenous to that of the world. Since callaloo gree...

by Linda Zimmerman

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Cabbage, Potato, and Chicken Stew

When I hanker for the taste of slowly simmered food but have little time to get dinner on the table, I turn to my pressure cooker. As my ...

by Michele Urvater


Celeriac and Green Apple Soup with Black Truffle

Celeriac, a member of the celery family, is an ugly, knobby root. It has a nice half celery, half parsley flavor, though, and is especial...

by Sarma Melngailis and Matthew Kenney


Chicken Chili with Navy Beans

This chili is lighter than classic chili but flavorful. It’s a great way to use up leftover chicken; try it with corn muffins or on a sof...

by Sara Foster


Fideos with Special Chickpeas and Saffron

Fideos, toasted angel-hair pasta simmered in broth, appear wherever Spanish influence is strongly felt, from Catalonia and Sardinia to Cu...

by Corby Kummer


Tortilla Soup with Pasilla Chilies, Fresh Cheese, an...

Here’s a recipe, adapted from Mexico-One Plate at a Time (Scribner), that illustrates why Rick Bayless is not only one of the most popula...

by Corby Kummer


Hominy and Kidney Bean Chili

It takes a few hours to cook dried hominy from scratch, but ready-to-eat chewy nuggets of this large-kernel field corn are readily availa...

by Lorna Sass


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