This is a rich and full bodied soup that is perfect for a chilly fall afternoon. An additional benefit is it’s made in a slow cooker and perfect for people who are busy but want to come home to a delicious meal.
This is a great soup option for a cool autumn weekend. Preparing in the crock-pot allows all the flavors to really come together in this delicious dish.
A hearty fall soup that is quick to make and perfect for busy NYC residents.
There are so many varieties of squash in season right now. I am most familiar with a handful such as Butternut, Acorn and Delicata. However, there are many other’s I always look at but then walk right past. I decided to make a squash soup using different squash I don’t normally buy and the end result was great.
These three squash; Kabocha, Calabaza and Amber cup work really well together. There is a natural mild sweetness in this soup which I really enjoyed.
By Seth Fera-Schanes My friend recently moved out of the city and I inherited the remainder of his Community Supported Agriculture (“CSA”) farm share. It is one of the best gifts a city resident can receive. Every Sunday, I pick up fresh vegetables and fruit that last throughout […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Space comes at a premium in New York and no more so than in the tiny kitchens that are jammed into the 400 square foot apartments found throughout this city. What should be a simple meal preparation actually poses a challenge due to the lack […]