Comfort Food Soup Recipes

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Garden-Fresh Tomato Soup

Garden-Fresh Tomato Soup

Garden-Fresh Tomato Soup

Nothing is better on a cool day then hot soup. This recipe is one of my family's favorites.—Charlotte Goldbery, Honey Grove, Pennsylvania

Cream of Crab Soup

Cream of Crab Soup

Cream of Crab Soup

One of our Chesapeake Bay delicacies is the Maryland Blue Crab. It's abundant from May through October and used in a variety of dishes, like this rich soup.

Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken Noodle Soup

I like making homemade noodles and I often add carrots, potatoes and corn to this soup. To me, homemade soup means homemade bread, too! Rich soup and fresh bread...what great country food at any time of year.

Sally's West Coast Chili

Sally's West Coast Chili

Sally's West Coast Chili

We often have chili cook-offs at our church, so we trade lots of different recipes. I was always mixing and matching ingredients and experimenting, trying to come up with an original recipe that would be a little different. That's how I developed this one, and I never fail to get compliments on it! —Sally Grisham, Murray, Kentucky

Old Fashioned Tomato Soup

Old Fashioned Tomato Soup

Old Fashioned Tomato Soup

Mother made this soup when I was a child, and it was always one of my favorites. After 75 years, it still is! Mother's cellar was filled with home-canned vegetables, so the basic ingredient of this soup was right at hand. It never took her long to make a kettle of this wonderful soup.

Chunky Potato Soup

Chunky Potato Soup

Chunky Potato Soup

To stretch our meat supply during the Depression, Mom made all kinds of soups and stews. I loved her recipe for potato soup, especially when the potatoes were new and the parsley was fresh from the garden. Mom served this soup often because is was meatless, but I never tired of it!

Salmon and Corn Chowder

Salmon and Corn Chowder

Salmon and Corn Chowder

Chowders and stew are my specialty, because I enjoy making use of the bounty at hand—especially the wonderful variety of seafood from the cold waters of the North Atlantic, I devised this recipe years ago, and it remains one of my favorites. I often make it for my daughters and their families when they visit.

Favorite Fish Chowder

Favorite Fish Chowder

Favorite Fish Chowder

Economics had a lot to do with what we ate when I was growing up in New Hampshire during the Depression. Money may have been scarce, but fish was plentiful and affordable, so that's how we began eating this dish. When meat rationing came along in World War II, fish chowder again became a staple in our household. Fortunately, my family loved it...it still is one of my favorites!

Confetti Chowder

Confetti Chowder

Confetti Chowder

Grandma's philosophy was, "Add a little color to your food, and folks will eat up a storm!" This delightful golden chowder was one of her favorite recipes, and the broccoli, carrots and zucchini in it add flavor as well as color. Grandma served mugs of steaming chowder to warm us as we sat cross-legged before the crackling fireplace in her kitchen.

Lemon Asparagus Soup

Lemon Asparagus Soup

Lemon Asparagus Soup

We have a small asparagus patch, and my husband and I wait eagerly for this tasty vegetable to appear every spring. We're pleased to use our precious harvest in this soup. Lemon and nutmeg give it a surprising spark. —Darlene Swille, Green Bay, Wisconsin

Lima Bean Soup

Lima Bean Soup

Lima Bean Soup

Each fall there's a Lima Bean Festival in nearby West Cape May to honor the many growers there and showcase different recipes using their crop. This comforting chowder was a festival recipe contest winner several years ago. —Kathleen Olsack, North Cape May, New Jersey
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