Category Archives: The Soup Kitchen

Fake Out

I thought I had to go back to work tomorrow, but guess what – it snowed! The fashion school closes at the first sign of a flurry, as the sidewalks are too slippery to navigate in those stilettos… 🙂 Looks like … Continue reading

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Fill the Canteen

I had the loveliest winter break, but now it’s time to gear up for a new semester. The past few weeks have been busy, and I took advantage of my new museum memberships (thank you, IDNYC) to sign up for … Continue reading

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Out with the old; in with the soup!

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything here, but I’m going to try and be better in the coming year. Writing is good for me. Right now I’m on a break from teaching, while I gear up for the coming semester … Continue reading

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Free Time!

It was a stressful week wrapping up my classes at the fashion college and turning in final grades. I made this simple, super healthy soup to get me through lunches without having to splurge on takeout. I just pealed the … Continue reading

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Red Bell Pepper Soup

I love the Roasted Red Pepper soup from Trader Joe’s, and I was hoping to find a recipe that would allow me to create a healthier version of this deliciousness at home. The recipe I tried was not as smooth … Continue reading

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January is National Soup Month!

Three cheers for my friend Carrie, who made this delish pot of beef stew for a dinner party. From scratch. That girl is amazing. Read more about National Soup Month here.

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Beans & Greens Soup

While I was at my parents house for the holidays, my Mom made three different kinds of soup from scratch. It was inspiring. Few things are more satisfying in the winter than a warm bowl of hearty soup. Before I … Continue reading

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