This colorful soup has a velvety texture and delicious, albeit slightly sweet taste. Roasting the squash delivers deeper flavor and fried sage-butter brings extra nuttiness to the dish. Enjoy this sweet and earthy soup now and freeze any leftovers for later.
This tomato soup is classic and perfect for when the weather is still cool. It takes no time at all to prepare and it will warm you and your family right up.
I took my cue from my friends at the Department of Agriculture to fill me in on the ingredients best suited for harvest in the mid-summer months. Naturally, this led me to the only logical conclusion. Of course, I had a little help from the staff where my friend Anna shares my passion for good food and entertaining friends. It was with their expert knowledge of fresh seasonal produce and Anna’s excitement for food that this collaborative effort was born.
No sushi experience would be complete without a piping hot bowl of miso soup. A Japanese staple, it’s actually one of the easiest dishes you can make. It has only a few ingredients, but according to Toro Fusion Sushi Bar and Grill, timing is everything. Here’s something you might not know: miso is produced by fermenting rice, barley, and/or soybeans, with salt and mold.