Thanksgiving is over, and the kitchen is finally (almost) clean. As you stare blankly into the refrigerator, chock-full of the fruits of your labor, leftover fatigue starts to creep in. These five recipes will transform your old leftovers to refreshingly delicious dishes that will get you in…
Mashed potatoes get an easy upgrade thanks to leek and pancetta in this soup.
Mulligatawny soup was developed during the British colonization of India, and gets its rich warmth from a blend of traditional spices.
As the days get shorter and chillier, there is nothing quite like curling up with a comforting bowl of soup. Sure, you could pick up a few cans from the grocery store, but it's all the more satisfying when you make it at home. And whether you like a creamy soup or rich broth loaded with acco…
As the name suggests, leather britches – green beans that have been snapped, sown into a string using a needle and thread and hung to dry for a few months until they look like leather pants hanging from a clothesline – have a leathery texture and pull at the bite.
This classic Korean stew stars funky kimchi and fatty pork belly.
Chorizo sausage and jalapeño kick up the heat and deepen the soup's flavor.
This spiced spin on butternut squash soup is vegetarian by nature, but can easily be made vegan.
This hearty winter stew is loaded with fresh vegetables, pancetta, ground beef and bold Eastern European flavors.
You crack open a box of vegetable stock expecting myriad flavors, and instead you’re met with…wait, is that water? We’ve all been there. Lackluster vegetable stock pervades grocery store aisles, feeling like a big fat afterthought next to chicken and beef stock, which – let’s be honest – can…
Ideal for a chilly day, the warmth of the poblano and cumin are a perfect complement to the subtle sweetness of the sweet potato in this soup.
The crunch and spice from dukkah gives this creamy soup needed texture and an extra kick of flavor.
This recipe brims with pork, hominy, cabbage, salsa, guajillo chiles, onions and garlic.
This pumpkin-pear number is so rich and creamy you’d never guess it was dairy-free.
Watch Feast TV host Cat Neville make this recipe from start to finish in our Fermented episode. Produce and dairy provided by Ole Tyme Produce, wine provided by Missouri Wines with additional sponsorship provided by Kaldi's Coffee Roasting Co. and The Raphael Hotel. Thank you to our sponsors…
Watch Feast TV host Cat Neville make this recipe from start to finish in our Good Eggs episode. Produce and dairy provided by Ole Tyme Produce, wine provided by Missouri Wines with additional sponsorship provided by Kaldi's Coffee Roasting Co. and The Raphael Hotel. Thank you to our sponsors…
It's made richer and creamier by the addition of soft poached eggs and crispy pancetta.
Stock is a fantastic way to use up all the bits and bobs still hanging out in the refrigerator.
This soup is packed with a nutty, herbal flavor.
There are few things more comforting than a piping-hot bowl of soup on a chilly fall day.
This soup takes a hearty root and turns it upside down with fresh pear, lemon and a generous splash of cream-line milk
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