Mulligatawny Soup from Adam’s Big Pot

Mulligatawny Soup from Adam’s Big Pot

    It’s almost faster to make Mulligatawny soup than to say the name. The dish has Indian origins but these days it really is considered an English soup. When a recipe travels that far, there can be lovely variation in the recipes that now appear. For...
Russian Mushroom and Potato Soup

Russian Mushroom and Potato Soup

  This soup is gargantuan. Most of us have early and devastating soup experiences: the watery slop of grade school, those red cans that are opened up and heated on the stove. Heated, not cooked. By the time we leave home, we are souped out. And it can be decades...
Tuscan White Bean Stew from Tasting Italy

Tuscan White Bean Stew from Tasting Italy

I just posted a review of Tasting Italy yesterday, a new book that is both cookbook and tour guide to Italy. It is a brilliant book filled with 100 recipes from every region of Italy. Beans. Let’s be clear. American’s don’t automatically jump to eat beans. Except for...
Venison, Red Wine and Lentil Soup

Venison, Red Wine and Lentil Soup

      Yesterday I reviewed A Soup a Day and included a picture of this soup. Here’s the actual recipe for your enjoyment. The venison here comes from venison sausage. You may be able to secure that easily or you can improvise and incorporate any...