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Soup Week 2010: A Handy Dandy List of Soupy Goodness

Sad but true, Soup Week 2010 is over. I don’t know about you, but I’m nearly souped out. Just in case all these meals-in-a-bowl have left you pining for more, here’s a rundown of all the soups I’ve posted on Words to Eat By, plus a bunch of good-looking recipes from other sites. It’s a soupstravaganza!

From Words to Eat By:
Beef Barley Soup
Chicken Soup
Clean-Out-the-Fridge Lentil Soup with Turkey Meatballs
Cold Cucumber Soup
Escarole Soup with Rice
Farro & White Bean Soup with Escarole
Gazpacho with Honeydew and Peppadew
Kale and Farro Soup

Lamb Curry Soup
Lentil & Brown Rice Soup
Matzo Balls
Mushroom Barley Soup
Overnight Chicken Soup
Quick Asian Noodle Soup
Quick Tomato-Rice Soup
Roasted Vegetable Barley Soup
Sopa de Fideo Aguada (Mexican Vermicelli in Tomato Broth)
Spanish Garlic Soup
Split Pea Soup
Tomato Bulgur Soup with Five-Spice Cauliflower

Watermelon Gazpacho

From Elsewhere:
Abuelita’s Good Friday Shrimp Soup, from Wicked Tasty Harvest. I figured since this formerly-kosher girl will never give you a shrimp recipe, I could at least point you to an interesting one from a food writer friend.
Carrot & Red Lentil Soup with Indian Spices, from A Mingling of Tastes. This one sent me straight into the kitchen, to see if I have everything I need to get cooking. I didn’t, but I will this weekend. Oh, yes I will.
Celery Root and Apple Soup, from Umami Girl. With a bonus recipe for Gingered Carrot Soup!
Coconut Chickpea Soup with Lemongrass, from One Hungry Mama. It’s just gorgeous, and ready in only 35 minutes.
Curried Red Lentil, Chickpea, and Red Kale Soup, from Food Blogga. Love that this calls for red kale. And even the garnishes are interesting.
French Onion Soup, from Martha and Me. One of my all-time favorite soups.
Green Tea Soba Noodle Soup, from Five Second Rule. With tilapia, portobellos, and sriracha—that’s one intriguing combination.
Italian Rosemary Tomato Bean Soup, from the Frugal Kiwi. Just five ingredients, all from the pantry!
Last-Swim-at-Walden Transcendental Sweet Potato Soup from Roz Cummins. That name’s explained in a beautiful personal essay—do read it.
Lentil Soup, from Lettuce Eat Kale. You can’t go wrong with a big ol’ bowl of lentil soup.
Loaded Baked Potato Soup, from Foodie with Family. I’m pretty sure you won’t need to eat for several days after this one. Seriously hearty.
Ribollita, from The Kitchn. As long as you’ve got leftover bread, canned tomatoes, and pretty much any vegetable, you’re golden.
Roasted Squash and Pear Soup from Christie’s Corner. How amazing does that sound? I’d like some right now, please.
Yukon Green Chili Soup, from Cook…Eat…Savor. I’ll bet you’ve got nearly all the ingredients for this one in your kitchen right now.

And if all this isn’t enough for you, Susan Rubin, founder of Better School Food, is running an entire month of soup recipes. 30 soups in 30 days, not bad.

This Post Has 11 Comments

  1. Totally bookmarked this. I love soup. It's such a healthy, and often economical, way to eat.

  2. Yum! I've been experimenting with my slow cooker and soups are a great meal for fall!

  3. Thanks for this! I love making soup and am eager to try ALL of these recipes!

  4. I LOVE soup and I'm glad you have them all listed here in this handy way. Now I can just go back over and over again all winter long!

  5. What a great list. I'm bookmarking it for future reference. Right now, I'm really missing NYC's Hale & Hearty Soup shops.

  6. Soup & salad…one of my favorite meals. Thanks for compiling such a deliciously diverse list & for including me in the mix.

    The nights have just turned here in Northern California, nothing says we're heading into the winter months like a big bowl of soup.

  7. Thanks for this great list. I cannot wait to try some of these. We get into a rut making green pea, kale, then borsht over and over. This post inspires me add to my repertoire!

  8. Thanks for this great list. I tend to get into a rut, making the same three: green pea, kale, then borsht, one you forgot. We can never have enough soup at our house!

  9. Perfect timing. I've alternatively got the chills and sweats. Now if I only had the energy to cook some of these fabulous looking soups…

  10. What a fantastic list of soup recipes! Great timing too as it gets colder around here. 🙂

  11. Oh my goodness! What a great list. I love soup, but I get tired of doing the same kind all the time.

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