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Soup and Stew Savvy
The difference between a soup and stew, it could be argued, is a little liquid. Soups are eaten with a spoon, while for most stews, you need a fork. Both are satisfyingly easy to make and enjoy. 

 

The How and Why of Making a Good Stock
Soon, or now, American households have a turkey carcass in the refrigerator. Before you toss it, consider making turkey stock. If there is some skin and sinews still clinging to the bones, all the better.

 

Pumpkin Soup

Smooth, creamy, hot, and mildly spicy with an underlying sweetness, homemade pumpkin soup is a treasured rite of passage every fall. At no other time of year does it taste so right, so vital, so necessary for our overall well being.


 

The How and Why of Making a Good Stock
Soon, or now, American households have a turkey carcass in the refrigerator. Before you toss it, consider making turkey stock. If there is some skin and sinews still clinging to the bones, all the better.

 








 
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