The following blog posts are categorized under Soups

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Bone Broth

  Move over juice bars; Bone Broth has come to town! All the rage in NYC, this warming, soothing broth is credited with glowing skin, increased energy, and a healthier…

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Guest Blog Recipe: Camille Styles’ Coconut Carrot Soup

  I was introduced to Camille Styles and her blog, CamilleStyles.com, last year when her writer and photographer, Chelsea Fullerton, photographed my husband and me at our farm. I’ve since…

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Garden Gazpacho

Last week, Team DYNS (Discover Your Nutritional Style) came to the farm for a visit—to strategize the launch of my new book, and bring me back into the fold. After a full day…

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Cherry Tomato Gazpacho

I planted two cherry tomato plants this spring because my husband is one of those people who eats them like popcorn. I thought it was the least I could do….

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Tomato, White Bean & Coconut Soup

  The photo shoot for my upcoming book took place in Richmond, VA, last month and although we were shooting a “summer” scene, it was actually 22 degrees and snowing…

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Creamy Asparagus Soup

  Spring asparagus is not just delicious, but it’s nutrient dense; rich in fiber, and vitamins A, C, E, and K, and it contains  glutathione, which breaks down free radicals…

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Slow Cooking Veggie Chili

  My son’s friends are coming this weekend; that means 5 tall, strapping teenage boys with big appetites. Although I know these boys eat meat, I like taking a break…

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Winter Detox Soup

  Sometimes great ideas, (or recipes) appear in odd places. I walked into my local day spa last week, (yes, I am a weekly maintenance kind of girl) and the…

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Creamy Cauliflower Soup

  I had so many wonderful reactions to the Creamy Sunchoke Soup from a few weeks ago, I thought I’d keep going and share satisfying ways to end your winter…

Creamy Sunchoke Soup

Sunchokes are a tuber that tastes a little bit like an artichoke heart when cooked, and can taste like a water chestnut when sliced raw. I love anything tasting like artichoke, so this soup is something I crave. Sunchokes are rich in inulin, a prebiotic carbohydrate that stimulates good bacteria; translation, these are good for your immunity.  They are prolific growers, and related to the sunflower family. Sunchokes are delicious sliced raw on a salad, or steamed and eaten like you would a baked potato.  I love this creamy soup, it’s easy to make and satisfying on a late winters day. Buy fresh sunchokes without blemishes, and scrub them well. Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 cup chopped onion 2 celery stalks, chopped 4 garlic cloves, chopped 2 pounds sunchokes peeled and cut into chunks 1 quart vegetable stock Salt and black pepper to taste Preparation 1. Heat the olive oil in a soup pot over medium-high heat and cook the onions until soft, then add chopped garlic. 2. Add the sunchokes, celery, and the vegetable stock to the pot and bring to a simmer. Reduce the heat to low, and simmer, covered, until the sunchokes soften, about 45 min. 3….

 
 
 
 
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