Tuscan Bean Soup (Ribollita)
This soup is similar to minestrone, but uses beans instead of pasta. A wonderful soup to be enjoyed year-round.
Vegan Red Lentil Soup
I made up this fusion recipe one night when my friend came over. It is a creamy, delicious soup.
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Hungarian Lentil Soup
This a Hungarian-based lentil soup recipe. It is a tradition to eat lentils on New Year's Day to symbolize money coming your way for the new year.
Lloyd's Healthy Chicken Zoopa
This is a throw together soup that is satisfying and maybe even healthy. When you first saute the veggies in oil, you are making a 'moughe'. This is my own word, actually stolen from my daughter Amy (then 3 years old)!
Leslie's Ham Lentil Soup
I originally called this my "experimental lentil" soup, patching together various other lentil ham bone soup recipes. I've been making it every fall for a decade now. What's listed here is a single recipe, though I can't remember the last time I've made such a small batch. It's great for freezing in individual servings for lunches.
My friend's wife introduced me to this recipe. I HATE broccoli, but loved this soup. I ate every drop. It's simple and good!
Kris' Lentil Sausage Soup
Hearty lentil soup with polska kielbasa and veggies--so easy to prepare and oh, so good!
Day-After-Thanksgiving Turkey Carcass Soup
Veggies, chunks of turkey, and leftover stuffing make this soup a winner!
Grandpa's Garden Chicken Soup
I make this chicken soup with beans and vegetables every time my grandpa sends me fresh veggies from his huge garden. My friends think it's the best soup they've ever eaten. The recipe is pretty unstructured — add whatever you want to meet your personal tastes. I just throw ingredients in until it looks and tastes the way I want it to. I promise it'll cure what ails you when you're sick! The longer you simmer the soup over low heat, the more flavorful it becomes. I often eat a bowl while it's simmering, because I just can't wait!
Ground Beef Vegetable Soup
A hearty ground beef soup with potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, peas, and corn.