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Burmese Tomato Fish Curry

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Welcome to the final installment of my 6-part fresh tomato soup series, a Burmese tomato fish curry!  It combines my love of Southeast Asian cuisine with another unique way to use fresh in-season tomatoes, the true purpose of this whole series. And so I’m turning to Burma, a country I fell in love with during my […]

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Japanese Tomato Noodle Soup

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I don’t know if was divine intervention or just pure luck but this Japanese tomato noodle soup is one of the best soups I’ve ever created. I say “created” and not “made” because it’s truly an original recipe. You can’t google “Japanese tomato noodle soup” and come up with anything like it. I’m not trying […]

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Indian Tomato Soup Recipe

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Welcome to part 4 in my 6-part series on making tomato soup with fresh tomatoes! Today’s recipe is for an Indian tomato soup which was inspired by my travels in India many years ago. And yes, I’m going to share the story. I KNOW I KNOW everyone hates long, boring recipe stories. But this one […]

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Thai Tomato Soup Recipe

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Let’s face it. Tomato soup isn’t exactly the most exotic soup in the world. Well, that changes starting today with part 3 in my 6-part tomato soup series for a Thai tomato soup recipe. Now that’s probably not too surprising if you follow Fearless Eating regularly. I did write a book on Thai soups, after […]

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Roasted Cherry Tomato Soup

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Welcome back to part 2 in my fresh tomato soup series! Today’s recipe is for a roasted cherry tomato soup. It’s not too much of a departure from part 1 for a basic tomato soup recipe (though parts 3 through 6 will be VERY different) but I wanted to feature a recipe that exclusively uses […]

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Two Chilled Avocado Soup Recipes for Summer

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What’s better than a chilled avocado soup recipe in the heat of late summer? TWO chilled avocado soup recipes! But first, a brief explanation of each recipe with some tips. Chilled Avocado Soup Recipe #1: Avocado Bisque with Cherry Tomatoes Though obviously not a true bisque, it has that classic creamy bisque-like consistency. It blends […]

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How to Make a Cucumber Tomato Gazpacho

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In early August, when the cucumbers grow large and the tomatoes start arriving in all their beautiful incarnations of reds, yellows, and oranges, like an early sign of autumn’s imminence, a cucumber tomato gazpacho ebbs its way into my summer soup rotation. Gazpacho is the consummate soup to make use of the bounty of late […]

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Two Zucchini Soup Recipes

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What’s better than one zucchini soup recipe? Two zucchini soup recipes, of course! Zucchini soups are a fantastic way to use up extra zucchini during its peak growing season. It grows so fast in summer that most people don’t know what to do with it all. Well, you can make large batches of soup with it […]

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Thai Watermelon Mint Soup Recipe

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Surely, somewhere in tropical Thailand, someone makes a Thai Watermelon Mint Soup recipe similar to this one (though I never encountered it in my travels in Thailand). The combination of a steamy hot summer day with Thai seasonings, mint, and watermelon makes for a wonderfully cooling and intensely flavorful soup. Planning an outdoor backyard party in […]

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Thai Mango Gazpacho Recipe

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The idea for this Thai Mango Gazpacho recipe came to me a few weeks ago when I was making a chilled Thai watermelon and mint soup.  I’m not one for cold soups but as we were in the middle of a heatwave, it was so perfectly refreshing that I thought to myself, hmmm, what else […]

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Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Soup with Sausage

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This past weekend I was testing out some recipes for my eventual ebook on making homemade broths and broth-based soups.  I’ve been creating simple 3-step recipes as the book will be meant for working people who don’t have lots of time to spend in the kitchen. So I’d been thinking about a pesto soup of […]

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