French beef stew. Thick and hearty!
Hungarian beef stew. Yumlicious.
Russian beet and beef soup. Chock full of veggies, served with sour cream on the side.
Southwestern chicken and yellow squash stew, served with sour cream
Everything but the crust!
A little sweet, a little peppery, and very beety! Served with sour cream on the side.
The same as our vegetarian corn chowder, but with bacony goodness!
Dax is not a thing, but the person who created this recipe, a perennial favorite.
A wonderful 10 bean soup named after a deceased cat.
Chock full of greens, beans, (blackeyed peas) and weenies (andouille sausage).
Chicken soup with meatballs, usually only served at special occasions because making all those darn meatballs is a real pain in the tuckus!
A Louisiana classic stew of tomatoes, chicken, sausage and ham.
Italian vegetable soup, traditionally made with beef stock, but we use vegetable stock to make it truly vegetarian. (Vegan, even!)
A British bastardization of Indian curry. Some people put green apples in it, but we think that’s a little weird.
Just like Dax's pork and tomatillo, but beeflicious.
Everything in a Philly cheese steak sandwich but the bread!
A silly name for a cream of sweet pea soup.
Just like beef paprikash, except porklicious.
Mexican pork and hominy stew. A little bit spicy, a lot yummy.
A Creole classic, just like they make it in New Orleans.
This does not taste anything like pumpkin pie. Served with roasted salted pumpkin seeds on the side. Billy Corgan would probably love it.
Just like sweet and sour pork at a Chinese restaurant, except better! (And it’s soup.)
Good old tomato soup with a cashewy twist!
Stuffed cabbage rolls, unrolled! Served over rice. Yummtastic.
Beetlicious. Served with sour cream.
A friend who lived in Mali for two years says this tastes just like what he ate there.