Food: Tasty and warming winter soups

These recipes will help heat up your body, as well as provide warm, fragrant heat in your home.

December 28, 2017 17:36
4 minute read.
Broccoli and Jerusalem artichoke soup

Broccoli and Jerusalem artichoke soup. (photo credit: PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN)


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Now that we are deep into winter and the cold rains have begun, I would like to provide my readers with a number of soup recipes that will help keep you warm this season.

The first recipe is a simple vegetable soup that is a perfect starter for any meal. It will help heat up your body, as well as provide warm, fragrant heat in your home. The vegetables can be cut into small or large pieces, whatever is your pleasure. I add konjac noodles with tapioca, which make the soup much more filling.


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