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It’s time to let go of summer and fully embrace fall: crisp air, crunchy leaves, Uggs, and comforting soups!
This Thai-style butternut squash soup made with coconut milk is soothing and flavorful, and the heat from the ginger and spices will warm you right up. The garnishes add vibrant flavor and texture — and they look pretty, too!
Pasta e fagioli — literally “pasta and beans” — is a heartwarming Italian soup, perfect for a fall night. There are countless recipes out there but this one, adapted from The Washington Post, is the best I’ve tried.
Topped with crisp homemade croutons, this creamy broccoli and cheese soup is a hearty meal unto itself. It will warm your bones from the inside out.
The name “wedding soup” comes from the Italian language phrase minestra maritata – or married soup — which is a reference to the way the flavors combine, like a happy marriage. To save time, I use store-bought broth fortified with wine and lots of vegetables.
Brimming with fresh seafood in a tomato and wine broth that tastes like the sea, cioppino (pronounced cho-pee-no) is a rustic Italian-American fish stew. Serve it with garlic bread or a baguette for sopping up the broth.
Made with a rotisserie chicken and pantry staples, this fragrant noodle soup is almost instant gratification. One reviewer wrote: “My husband gobbled and slurped. Truly. It wasn’t pretty, but it is an accurate measure of how outstanding this recipe is.”
This creamy Potato Leek Soup is a French classic. It’s wonderful as is, but feel free to top your bowl with fresh herbs, bacon, or leftover vegetables to make it your own.
Made with carrots, sweet potatoes, apples and honey, this savory soup with a hint of sweetness and spice tastes like fall in a bowl. The secret ingredient is curry powder which lends a subtle hint of autumn spice.
When we think of pumpkin, we usually think of sweets but pumpkin’s earthy flavor is wonderful in savory dishes too. In this velvety soup, pumpkin is simmered with leeks, apples, maple syrup, and spices.