Wild Asparagus

By Tina

Fresh asparagus appears in the spring. Enjoy it while it lasts.

Avocado Joy

By Julie

After reading the article in New York Magazine this week titled “Have You Eaten Your Last Avocado?” by Adam Sternbergh, I was so shocked to learn that avocados are becoming increasingly more difficult to grow in the US because of the large amount of water they require to thrive. It would be a sad world … Continued

It’s Just Soup!

By Tina

This is how a Yellow Turmeric Coconut Lentil soup resulted from a bit of trial and error and some tried-and-true soup truths.

Cooking Tip: Food Tar Clean-up

By Caroline

How to clean your badly mucked-up pots and pans is essential to using pots and pans in the first place, and making soup with abandon.

Cannoli – A Gateway Food

By Courtney

Cannoli – A Gateway Food

An Ode to Lahore Deli

By Caroline

Just north of the shaftway lies the best chai in Manhattan.

An Ode to My Rice Cooker

By Courtney

When all else fails, the rice cooker remains steadfast.

Notes On Soup

By admin

I frequently have friends initiate conversations with, “So, I have this soup story for you…” And what follows is just that, a true story of soup.

Dinner, Quick. Part 2

By Tina

Because there are never enough ideas for last minute dinners.

Soup Contest – Show Off Your Soup & Win!

By Julie

We’ve partnered with feedfeed to launch a Soup Contest that is running on both Instagram & Pinterest!

For the love of Sunchokes

By Julie

An ode to an underplayed root vegetable, the sunchoke.

Music to Cook to: Cooking alone

By Courtney

Alone in your kitchen? Invite some smooth melodies to join you.

The Biggest Kohlrabi I Have Ever Seen

By Julie

Don’t be intimidated by the name–kohlrabi is as versatile as it is tasty.

In Praise of Barry’s Black Tea

By Caroline

Sometimes, nothing can beat a household basic.

The Cabbage Conundrum

By Julie

Cabbage is a versatile veggie that is delicious hot or cold!

Oh Onion: a Haiku

By Tina

Foundation of soup, So many layers and tears, Start and grow flavor

In Praise of Soup

By Julie

The verdict is in–everyone loves soup!

We all must eat

By Tina

“Never underestimate the power of the small, situated solutions to practical everyday problems as a microcosm of living differently in a big way.”

The Soup Club Cookbook in the press

By Courtney

Our book hit stores yesterday, and has already gathered some positive attention!

#MySoupClub

By Caroline

Today the Soup Club Cookbook hits stores! Share #MySoupClub with us.

The Journey is the Trip

By Courtney

With soup, like most things, getting there is half the fun.

Beets Me: A Love Letter to Borscht

By Tina

It is more than my favorite soup–it is a cultural staple.

CSA excess?

By Julie

Picking up your CSA bounty can be intimidating! Here is my easy go-to recipe for a produce abundance.

Celeriac, a Danish staple ingredient

By Tina

Meet celeriac, average celery’s cool older sister.

Dinner, quick. Part 1

By Caroline

Need to throw together something delicious for dinner, and quick? We got you covered.

Spain and Gremolata

By Julie

Lemon zest fresh from the trees in Madrid introduced me to the bold flavors of gremolata.

Winter Squash and Seasonality

By Tina

Some vegetables are worth waiting for.

Music to cook to: High Energy

By Courtney

Low on energy after work but still have a meal to cook? Let the Jackson 5 help you out.

Sort of an intro

By Caroline

Before there was soup, there was toast.

You Never Knew You Needed It: The Cherry Pitter

By Courtney

Not every tool gets everyday use, but they are still valuable in our kitchen!

Just Eat Greens

By Julie

Invite your child to help you in the kitchen when you’re preparing dinner.