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Have a Hot Lunch Quickie

I like it hot. I feel that I have more energy during the day after a hot breakfast and a hot lunch. My energy level remains more constant as well.
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Cranberry Bean Soup Recipe – Mâche Crostini with Prosciutto di Parma

Venice is truly charming. This tiny city is jam-packed with restaurants, shops, galleries, and… tourists. While this place sometimes feels like a tourist trap, it’s difficult not to be captured by the romance of the narrow streets, cobblestone, and winding canals.
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Pappa Di Pomodoro – Italian Bread and Tomato Soup Recipe

Buongiorno, my loves! I’m currently en route from Marseille to Florence by train. I’m elated to present Elaine from The Italian Dish , to share her traditional Tuscan soup recipe.
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Grilled Corn and Chili Lime Soup Recipe: Salute, Summer Market

I’m reminded time and again of how fortunate I am to be surrounded by an abundance of fresh, local produce in Vancouver. Utterly. Undoubtedly. Grateful. Granted, fresh farm produce is not readily available year-round and does come at a cost.
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Summer Papaya and Halibut Soup In Homemade Prawn Stock Recipe

  My freezer resembles a graveyard. Jagged bagfuls of chicken carcasses, veal bones, and prawn shells pile up and leave little room for ice cream sandwiches.
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Tutorial: Mama Fury’s Wontons Recipe

My mother may not be the most fantastic cook (shh!) but she has three killer specialties: 1) Winter lamb brisket stew 2) Chinese barbecue pork (Cha-Siu 叉燒) and the third is her wontons.
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Bouchon’s Lentil Soup Recipe: Complete

Soupe Aux Lentilles In my last post, I explained two of Thomas Keller’s basic techniques: how to cook pearl onions and how to create a bouquet garni or sachet. As promised and without further b-poo, here is how the rest of the lentil soup came together.
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Bouchon’s Lentil Soup Recipe: Pearl Onions and Sachet

Soupe Aux Lentilles It sure has been a while since I posted a Bouchon recipe. With my new hectic schedule, I rarely have time to cook, let alone to follow Keller’s often intricate recipes.
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