Lemon Saffron Matzo Ball Soup

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I must be the only Jewish girl that has never made matzo ball soup before. I remember all the woman in my family make this traditional soup all through my childhood but alas I never succumbed to the task. I’ve heard Passover being referred to as “The Jewish Thanksgiving” because really, the food is pretty […]

Vegetarian Pasta Fagioli

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We are traveling to Italy today, but I can’t tell you where exactly because this recipe of pasta fagioli soup is probably a combination of several areas all over Italy. Pasta fagioli literally means “pasta and beans” and there are so many variations to the soup. A thinner, soupier consistency can probably be found in […]

Pozole Rojo (Mexican Stew with Pork and Hominy)

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I can see my Mexican friends yelling at me. “But there’s no cabbage!”, “Where’s the cabbage?” Yes. I am fully aware that I missed the most important garnish to this rustic soup, but I still hope I made all my Latin friends proud by making their classic and so delicious Pozole Rojo. For months my […]

Almost Classic French Onion Soup

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I need to remember that there is always a story behind the food. Sometimes as food bloggers, we often get stumped about what to write about. I mean honestly, what in the world does my dog Hula have to do with French onion soup? Well everything, because she is just awesome, but that’s besides the […]