Tag Archives: soup


Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/hungr10/public_html/wp-content/themes/neuticaplus/functions.php on line 500

A Leftover Ham Bone Makes Amazing Soup

Written by . Filed under What's Cooking. Tagged . No comments.
IMG_1080

I’ve decided the best part of Thanksgiving leftovers isn’t the turkey, it’s the ham bone (assuming you have a ham). My cousin Vivian sent me home from Thanksgiving a few weeks ago with a hefty, meaty bone. I don’t often go out and buy a […]

Tried, But Still Can’t Get Into Gazpacho

Written by . Filed under What's Cooking. Tagged , . No comments.
IMG_0203

I’d like to start off by saying thank you to all of you who have emailed me this week with well wishes. Even though we’ve never met, we share a connection through our love of food, and that makes us something more than strangers. I’m […]

Rice and Spring Pea Soup

Written by . Filed under What's Cooking. Tagged . No comments.
IMG_2264

I’d venture to guess that peas are a vegetable most people never eat fresh.  I think it’s the convenience factor — frozen and canned peas are easy and inexpensive — and the fact that frozen can sometimes taste even better than fresh, because they’re picked […]

In Pursuit of Hot and Sour Soup Perfection

Written by . Filed under What's Cooking. Tagged , , . 4 Comments.
IMG_2163

Hot and sour soup sounds so deceptively simple.  Hot. Sour. How difficult can that be?  Well, plenty, at least for this home cook.  In the past when I’ve made the soup, it’s turned out, ehh. A few problems emerged: the delicate balance of hot and sour […]

Shrimp Wonton Soup

Written by . Filed under What's Cooking. Tagged , . 2 Comments.
IMG_2005

If potstickers are origami, wontons are paper airplanes: 10 times simpler to construct. That’s partly because the shaping and crimping of potstickers is more intricate than the folding of wontons, and partly because rather than make wonton wrappers from scratch, many people, myself included, use […]