Already wondering what you’re going to do with some of that leftover Thanksgiving Turkey? Use it in this healthy, hearty and tasty Turkey Lentil Barley Soup. This soup requires minimal prep and delivers maximum flavor. Everything I know about lentils I learned from Chef John Parks, our Executive Chef at Culinary School. “You should only
Classic cream of tomato soups takes on a spicy Southwestern flair using New Mexico Red Chile Powder and Fire Roasted Tomatoes. Give this Southwestern Fire Roasted Cream of Tomato Soup a try. For all of attention New Mexico receives as a travel destination, I still think it’s underrated. World class destinations in Santa Fe are
Not high on my list of things to do is peeling a butternut squash. But once you’re done with the laborious task of peeling, seeding and hacking away at that uncooked gourd, this beautifully flavored Curried Butternut Squash Soup is your reward. This is hands down the best butternut squash soup recipe that we’ve ever
Ground Chicken, Hatch Chile and Muenster Cheese come together for this hearty Ranch Style Cream of Chicken Soup. Easy and crowd pleasing. Our non-stop craving for soup continues. We’re currently living in typical Colorado January weather. Which means a Wintery mix of cold, snow, grey but with a smattering of a few beautiful sunshine days
How did it happen? Yes, it’s six degrees out right now, but I’m not blaming the deep freeze weather for our sudden glut of soup. We’ve eaten soup every day this week, for lunch, for dinner. Then it dawned on me, this Country Mushroom Soup ended up to be the gateway drug. As soon as we
A supply of dried beans and a unique supply of mixed herbs and spices makes this a wonderful bean and vegetable soup. So delicious.
Chorizo Albondigas Soup with Myacoba Beans and Spinach. A hearty and flavorful meatball soup.
I truly believe that this soup is perfect in every way. Delicately flavored broth with ginger, bay leaf and garlic. Carrot, celery, onions are brightened with lemon zest. Tender chicken that soaks up every bit of that flavor.
New Mexico Chicos are made from local sweet corn. Once sun-dried, they’re a staple in Southwestern kitchens. Beans and Chicos are a popular and tasty dish made from this specialty food. Last fall on one of my annual trips to LuLu’s Farm in Brighton, I ran across a peculiar bag of dried corn that didn’t
Meet The Soup. Just a good old brothy vegetable soup. This is a solid solution to a fresh, healthy, low fat and low calorie dinner routine.