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Mushroom Soup

Mushroom Soup

My youngest daughter loves soups, especially blended soups lately, so you’ll be seeing more of these type of soups until she gets out of this phase 🙂 She also doesn’t want any meat in her soups. This was her latest favorite. I used cremini mushrooms for this but you can use any variety of fresh…

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Easy Wonton Soup

Easy Wonton Soup

Summer and soups almost don’t seem to go together, but they do in this case. One, this is perfect for hot summer nights because it’s easy to prepare and doesn’t take a long time to cook, thus keeping the kitchen cool. It’s light enough for when it’s just so hot you don’t want to move…

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Potato, Mushrooms & Leeks Soup

Potato, Mushrooms & Leeks Soup

The Clone loves soups and this weekend, as if sensing that soup weather will soon be past again, she requested soup for dinner. She’s always loved Potato Leek Soup but this time she said she would try mushrooms if it’s in the soup. Normally, she wouldn’t touch mushrooms. So just to get her eating them,…

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Carrot Soup

Carrot Soup

The cold has been at our house for the last few weeks, and when your throat is sore, there is nothing more soothing than a warm bowl of soup. I prefer something hot and sour but The Clone will go for anything soupy and creamy. This was her choice for lunch the other day. Out…

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Mungo: Mung Bean Soup

Mungo: Mung Bean Soup

This is another dish where there are as many variations as there are regions in the Philippines. Some prefer it thick some like it soupy. Some like to put different types of vegetables with it. Me, I happen to like mine on the soupy side and I like it best with bittermelon (ampalaya) leaves. I…

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Oxtail Soup

Oxtail Soup

Not too long ago, Rowena had an obsession with oxtail soup that also piqued my own obsession. Our local Costco just started carrying oxtails in their meat section and I immediately snagged a pack with this particular soup in mind. Whenever I can get ahold of some oxtails I inevitably plan on cooking kare-kare, a…

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Tomato Gazpacho

Tomato Gazpacho

I was dreaming of summer the other day and discovered this unposted photo of last summer’s tomato gazpacho. Gazpacho is a Spanish derived cold soup which is just the thing when you have perfectly ripened tomatoes that are just brimming with natural sweetness. My girls, upon seeing this dish, exclaimed, but that’s just watery salsa,…

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Leeks & Potato Soup

Leeks & Potato Soup

This is a quick, easy and vegetarian version of the Chicken & Corn Chowder we cooked previously which was meant to have some leeks in it. This is the Clone’s new favorite soup because it doesn’t have any meat and it has leeks which she planted herself, so it’s her new favorite vegetable. INGREDIENTS:1/4 cup…

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