Coq Au Vin

About This Recipe: Coq au vin is definitely not a quick weeknight dinner, but a great special occasion dish for French food at home. It’s basically an elevated chicken stew with red wine and thyme. I made some slight modifications to the traditional recipe- I omitted the bacon because I thought that the chicken skin … More Coq Au Vin

French Onion Soup

About This Recipe: French onion soup is what dreams are made of- as long as you like onions, bread, and cheese (and who doesn’t?!) This soup isn’t actually that difficult to make, but like most good soups does require a bit of time and prep work. The beauty of the soup comes from tons of … More French Onion Soup

Hot and Sour Soup

About This Recipe: I love all types of acidity in my savory dishes- lemons, limes, white vinegar, red vinegar, balsamic vinegar, etc. So it makes sense that Chinese hot and sour soup is one of my favorite soups to slurp. This was my first time making hot and sour soup at home, and I know … More Hot and Sour Soup

Cream of Tomato Soup

About This Recipe: One of my favorite go to lunch options at work is Hale and Hearty’s cream of tomato soup. Their version has chicken and orzo, but I wanted to make a vegetarian tomato soup with croutons instead of orzo as the carb. The Hale and Hearty soup is also much creamier and richer, … More Cream of Tomato Soup

Turkey Chili

About This Recipe: Turkey chili isn’t the fanciest or prettiest soup on the block, but it has a lot of personality. This is a great dish to make for dinner on a cold, winter night, and leftovers freeze well to have on hand for whenever you’re in a bind. I keep the recipe super minimal- … More Turkey Chili