Irish Potato Soup
Irish potato soup can be made with milk or cream. From Irish potato leek soup to versions made with ale or cheese, these easy recipes keep flavor authentic.See Popular Irish Potato Soup Recipes
The base, made with fat-free milk, makes this potato soup lower in calories and fat than traditional recipes that call on cream.
When you are in the mood for a warm comfort food on a fall day soup is at the top of the list. This potato soup recipe is a perfect fit and a healthier choice since it replaces cream with fat free milk.
From loaded baked potato soup to creamy, cheesy potato soup, we've handpicked our best potato soup recipes just for you.
Whether baked or mashed, French fried or hash-browned, potatoes have long been the basis for many classic comfort foods. Soup is a classic comfort food, too, so why not put the two together and try this recipe for how to make potato soup?
Want everyone to eat their broccoli? Then learn how to make broccoli and potato soupyou'll know that you're serving a nutritious dinner, the kids will just think it's yummy.
Enjoy this healthy and comforting creamy potato soup filled with vegetables and flavorful herbs for dinner tonight.
One potato, two potato, three potato, four... Unlike a lot of leftovers, the more boiled-potato leftovers you have, the better. Spuds seem to make themselves at home everywhere--from adding a touch of starch to a green salad to thickening up a soup to folding into a frittata.
There are many types of ham and many methods for how to cook ham. Some hams are already cooked and sliced into spirals so that all you have to do is heat them up. Others are canned and can be sliced and eaten after being warmed. Country hams are completely different as they have been salt-cured and need to be bathed in water to remove the curing salt.
Once you learn how to cook a honey-glazed ham in your own kitchen you'll find it's just as easy to make one at home as it is to make the trip to a specialty store for a pre-sliced ham with a packet of glaze. What's more, you'll find the homemade version is considerably less expensive.
We have the forty-year-old California cuisine movement to thank for making terms like seasonal, local, fresh, and sustainably raised an everyday part of the way we describe the food we love to eat. California cooks like Alice Waters, of Berkeley restaurant Chez Panisse, helped create a whole new and all-American way of cooking, which just keeps on getting better and better. For our California Thanksgiving menu, we tip our hats to seasonal produce and innovative preparation that makes them sing--a butternut squash soup with apple and bacon; turkey with chestnut stuffing; vegetable sides that prize a blend of flavors; and a chocolate-pear cake, and a sweet-potato and pumpkin pie that will have your guests wondering if you hired a pastry chef for the big day (psst-- they're simple to make).
St. Patrick's Day is a great excuse to entertain--it's a convivial holiday, and most people are in the mood to celebrate. But don't rely on leprechaun hats and shamrock tablecloths to jump-start the party.
Celebrate your Celtic roots (everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day!) by discovering a bevy of Irish recipes.
If you've ever had a steaming bowl of lamb stew or a hearty plate of corned beef and cabbage at an Irish pub, it's likely your meal was served with soda bread. Soda bread, as the name implies, is a type of quick bread that bakes up with a crunchy, golden brown exterior and a surprisingly moist, dense interior. The secret to the bread's unique texture?
We just got word that the folks over at the Louisiana Sweet Potato Commission are holding a recipe contest for -- you guessed it -- sweet potato recipes! Enter your favorite recipe featuring fresh, canned or frozen sweet potatoes, and you could walk away with a cool grand. There are five categories, so in addition to the grand prize winner, each category winner will receive $500: Appetizers Side Dishes Entrees Desserts Professional Chef You can get all the details and contest rules at the sweet potato commission's website, but they're accepting entries from now through May 31, 2013, with winners announced in July.
Frankly, we didn't even know that January was National Soup Month until reading Deep South Dish, a blog that makes a bowlful of broth seem like the only thing you ever want to make. Maybe that's because all of the selections for My 10 Favorite Soups for National Soup Month all look so darn good. From the health-packed Southern Vegetable Beef to a heartier Hamburger Soup and even -- forget "broth" with this one -- a 7 Can Taco Soup.
I never thought of myself as someone who likes cabbage. The thick, white leaves and lettuce-like rotundity doesn't inspire a lot of passion. But for a bunch of weeks I had tons of it, in every variety, in my weekly CSA box, and I tried a bevy of recipes to see what I could make of it.
Green Beer? No way! Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage.