Autumn Soups and Stews
Soups and stews have been a staple of American cuisine for hundreds of years. Whether it’s dipping your grilled cheese into some Campbell’s Tomato Soup, or your grandmother’s homemade Chicken Noodle, soups and stews conjure up memories of warmth and comfort.
Fast-forward to the twenty-first century, where almost any vegetables, meats, herbs and spices are available and the list of savory soups and stews you can make is endless! Small cups of appetizer soups are a great way to start any meal and some are so hardy they actually become the meal.
As the nights are getting shorter and there is a chill in the air, I love to have a big pot of something simmering on my stovetop. Below are a number of recipes, some of which I’ve made already, and some of which are on my list for this fall and winter. I hope you’ll try and enjoy them too!
Easy Crock-Pot Butternut Squash Soup (from Delish)
Corn and Potato Chowder (from Women’s Day)
Maple Brie and Cheddar Apple Soup (from Closet Cooking)
Turkey Pot Pie Soup (from foodiecrush)
Autumn Vegetable Soup (from Flavor the Moments)
Creamy Roasted Mushroom Soup (from Damn Delicious)