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Asparagus soup is one of my favorite parts of spring. Here in Germany we can choose between two variants of asparagus - green and white. You have to peel the white stalks entirely, but it's worth the time, they're absolutely delicious and make a creamy, flavourful soup.
Tommy and I were dating when I was 14. My fondest memory associated with this time is visiting his Italian mom. Their home always smelled from something delicious like; garlic, tomato sauce, soups, and espresso. One day, I decided to make minestrone! At that time, I knew practically nothing about cooking. The next time we visited her I proudly announced that I made minestrone! Smiling, she asked me how I made it. I naively said, “From a can!” Her smile dropped and she didn’t say a word. Ouch! If only she could see this recipe and try a bowl, I'm sure that she would be molto felice (very happy)!
Hi, CCAD student here!
This is a Boston favorite, right along with Dunkin' Donuts and the Boston Red Sox.
I had clam chowder served to me in mug like this at the Boston Sail Loft, which I would highly recommend. This recipe is a recreation of that and other Boston clam chowders. Serve with oyster crackers, if you'd like.
In a pinch: No fresh parsley? Use 2 Tablespoons dried parsley.
As a lifelong New Yorker, I’m never ready to move out of a Summer mindset, where bathing suits, straw hats, and sandals are outfits of the day, and shift into Fall and Winter’s chilly weather, with the requisite insulated pants, fleece lined beanies and snow boots. While I’d prefer cucumber salad and iced chai for at least a few more months, I inevitably remember the following lines in Pete Seeger’s Turn! Turn! Turn!
To everything (turn, turn, turn) There is a season (turn, turn, turn) And a time to every purpose, under Heaven.
The song and this recipe remind me that it’s OK to welcome the turning of seasons from Summer into Autumn, and then Autumn into Winter with a delicious bowl of lentil soup!