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Category: Soup

Anthony Bourdain’s (Cream of) Mushroom Soup

Anthony Bourdain’s (Cream of) Mushroom Soup

         Anthony Bourdain is an astonishingly good food writer, right up there with MLK Fisher in my book.  Before he became a familiar figure on Television and the star of his former show “Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations” and “The Layover” and his current one on…

Not My Mother’s Vichyssoise

         Cold Soup is ideal to have on hand in summer heat.  You can make this soup up, store it in the fridge and then take it out and finish it off for any occasion.  When houseguests first arrive, they’re inevitably exhausted from their trip…

Remembering Margaret Mathews with a bowl of Split Pea Soup and a smile.

        I just left Montreal, where I was born and where my family had roots going back three generations before we all left at the height of the Separatist movement.  This ‘revolution’ scared the bejesus out of the Anglos in the province…

French Onion Soup, the ultimate slow food that can’t be rushed.

           Over the holidays, when we were snowbound and had plenty of time to make lunch, I jumped at the opportunity to make French Onion Soup—or at least, some poor misguided soul’s idea of onion soup.   The recipe, clipped from a magazine I’ve since tossed,…