Soups & Salads
The famous Tuscan soup, Ribollita, may have begun its life as a peasant dish, but it is certainly rich with flavors and textures. Filled with fresh garden vegetables and savory, hearty beans, Ribollita is hearty and satisfying, perfect for when the weather cools down. With bites of fatty pancetta, sips of flavorful, savory, and cheesy broth, and drizzles of tangy, bright oil, you'll be mopping this soup up with every bit of bread you can find! Get ready to drink this dish straight from the bowl!
Chicken Bog's rather colorful name stems from both the chicken being bogged down in fluffy rice and from its swampy South Carolina Lowcountry origins. This classic soup has a depth of chicken flavor that you need to taste to believe, with richness and savoriness infused in every bite. With bites of juicy chicken, crunchy green onions, and peppery sausage, you'll sink with a happy sigh into the taste of Chicken Bog. You'll never go back to traditional chicken noodle soup after trying this.
With winter finally here and the air truly brisk, there's nothing like coming home to a steaming-hot bowl of soup or a plate of homemade lasagna. So why not have both? Lazy Lasagna Soup combines the two into a new winter classic, taking the savory flavors of lasagna and transforming them into a rich and sippable broth, swimming with beef and tender noodles. As the name suggests, Lazy Lasagna Soup basically makes itself, slow cooking throughout the day until it reaches warm perfection. Enjoy the winter weather without worrying about dinner!
With just a little verticality, salads go from bland to beautiful! 7-Layer Salad has layers of fresh garden vegetables like cool lettuce and spicy red onion, with layers of sharp cheddar and salty, fatty bacon for extra enjoyment. With a tangy, sweet, and cheesy dressing, 7-Layer Salad has everything you want in both a salad and a meal. This is a salad that will win over even the most devoted carnivore.
We tend to think of soups as heavy, wintery affairs. Stuffed Pepper Soup breaks that mold with a bright, refreshing, and herby broth that's still a hearty and filling fare. In fact, it's still beefy, savory, and rich, but with a touch of summer to warm your chilly nights. Stuffed Pepper Soup is a colorful parade of flavors that's sure to pique your tastebuds.
Your favorite quick meal gets an upgrade! Try this Ramen Noodle Stir Fry for a simple, comforting dish that has been elevated with flavor.
You never have to worry about dishes after serving Potato Leek Soup; every bowl will be scraped clean before the meal is over! The delicate, sweet, oniony flavors of the leek pair wonderfully with the heartiness of the potatoes, making this a homey and wholesome soup. Potato Leek Soup has richness and creaminess to bring out the best of its savory flavors and make this a meal you can't help but sip from the bowl.
A great lunch should be refreshing, filling, and exciting, getting you ready for the rest of your day. This Moroccan Chicken Bowl certainly checks all the boxes! Juicy, smoky, sweet, and savory Moroccan-style chicken paired with a fresh and bright tomato salad and tangy pickled onions make for electrifyingly-good flavors! With a sweet and sour slaw alongside and a base of garden green arugula, Moroccan Chicken Bowl puts a whole new spin on a healthy lunch. You may never go back to simple sandwiches after trying this meal!
Simple Clam Chowder is a beloved staple of New England cuisine enjoyed throughout the year, whether in summer by the beach or in winter by the fire. Now you can bring those seaside flavors to your own kitchen. Simple Clam Chowder boasts a creamy, savory broth filled with tender-cooked potatoes, salty clams, and a burst of herbiness. Can any dish truly capture that feeling of the seaside? This soup can!
Route 66 in the United States runs straight through Tex-Mex country, through the top of Texas, cutting New Mexico and Arizona almost in half on its way to California. Route 66 Chili tastes like all the flavors picked up across the American Southwest: hearty, tender pork and beef, spicy stew broth, rich tomatoes, and beans, with strong succulent seasonings. When the road gets bumpy and dusty, it's wonderful knowing there's a heaping bowl of Route 66 Chili cooking itself for you in your slow cooker. Happy trails are sure to follow!