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Potato Leek Soup

Posted by Monica Yu on

Potato Leek Soup

As January arrives, the weather can get chilly in the evening, even here in sunny Southern California. Soup has always been a classic dish and this recipe for Potato Leek is one of our family favorites. Following holiday meals that are meat centric, a vegetarian dish can be comforting for the waistline. This recipe can easily be vegetarian and can be served as a main dish with a side of crusty bread and a simple salad. If you are soothing a seasonal illness, a hot toddy might be an appropriate pairing. Why not start off the new year with a...

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Italian Wedding Soup

Posted by Leo Coulourides on

Italian Wedding Soup

Soup is always a season essential. It highlights current produce, its weight and heartiness counter balances the weather and it can stand up to an elegant dinner party as well as a casual meal on the couch. This winter we're revisiting a classic, Italian Wedding Soup. It's name derived from the "marriage of flavors" that occur from cooking the meatballs in the soup over time. Of course, the longer the soup sits the more the flavors meld. This hearty and meaty soup is always warming and filling. Soup Ingredients: 6–-8 cups of Chicken Stock 1 ½–2 cups of diced Carrot...

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Savory Pumpkin Soup

Posted by Plume Ridge Bottle Shop on

Savory Pumpkin Soup

Autumn is in full swing and everyone seems to be going crazy over pumpkin! So often pumpkin recipes are heavily spiced and varying in levels of sweet. This soup celebrates the savory flavor of pumpkin without the mask of seasonal spices. These ingredients are easy to find at your local farmers market.  Pumpkin soup offers texture, weight, and a little bit of creaminess. That makes it great to pair with a medium to high acidic white wine. Try pairing this soup with a sustainably farmed and vegan wine from Field Recordings "Jurassic Park Vineyards" Chenin Blanc.  This wine is completely dry...

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