Posts Tagged Soup:

Oct
28

5-Ingredient White Chicken Chili

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It’s that time of year again. The time when the sniffles come back, flannel sheets come out and soups are “all the rage” on Pinterest. If you are like me, you catch on to this soup-frenzy and want it for every meal! I stumbled across this recipe for 5-Ingredient Easy White Chicken Chili, courtesy of […]

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May
17

Noodles & Company Spring Menu Tasting

By Ana Marie and Sara Ortega Ana Marie: When one hears the name Noodle & Company, thoughts about appetizing Asian cuisine or tasty Italian pasta may come to mind.  Yet, unbeknownst to many, Noodles & Company is so much more than merely noodles!  This charming restaurant prides itself with a diverse menu that ranges from […]

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Feb
06

Wordless Wednesday: Steamers Old Sacramento

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The perfect lunch combination: Creamy clam chowder soup topped with crispy bacon, paired with a refreshing veggie sandwich with cucumber, avocado, red onion and cream cheese. Steamers 101 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 737-5252

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Apr
18

Wordless Wednesday: Angele Restaurant & Bar

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It may be warming up, but a hearty bowl of soup is the perfect comfort food year-round.  A drive to Napa and about $9 will get you a satisfying bowl of Soupe Gratinée à l’Oignon (or simply, French Onion Soup) at Angéle Restaurant & Bar on Main Street. Bon appétit!

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Feb
06

Soba Soup

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I never play favorites. Except when choosing Japanese noodles, and then I always favor soba. Soba is a brown noodle made from buckwheat flour. I adore the nutty flavor, and its dense texture makes it a hearty addition to any soup. Soba is much sturdier than its thin, curly ramen counterpart, and it is much […]

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Feb
01

Wordless Wednesday: Tuscan Bean Soup

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Tuscan bean soup with rustic croutons and shaved parmesan.

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Dec
29

Crocker Cafe, Sacramento

The Crocker Café was recently named one of The Sacramento Bee’s 10 Brightest Lunch Stars for 2010. And it’s no wonder. The eatery, run by restaurateurs Bobbin and Patrick Mulvaney (of the farm-to-table fresh, Zagat-rated Mulvaney’s B&L), boasts an expansive dining space across the light-flooded Friedman Court in the Crocker Art Museum’s recent $100 million […]

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Feb
25

Soup Series: 7th Annual Empty Bowls Event

Like the warm & fuzzy feeling you get by reading “Chicken Soup for the Soul,” some of Sacramento’s favorite eateries are offering up soups that will warm your heart and your bowl. Last week, the Sac Foodies had the opportunity to preview some of the soups planned for the 7th Annual Empty Bowls event – […]

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Jan
13

Soup Series: Wasabi Dumpling Soup

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There’s a reason why the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series  has such a tremendous following, and it’s not just because they’ve created a version for virtually every segment of the population (think: Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul, Chicken Soup for the Mother’s Soul, Chicken Soup for the Pre-teen’s Soul – you get […]

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Nov
30

Soup Series: Cheddar Corn Chowder

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I was so excited that we were doing a soup series again because I love soup. Not only is it comforting in the cold winter months, but it is often very easy to prepare. The following recipe comes from one of my go-to cookbooks, “The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook.” I’ve made this recipe numerous times, playing […]

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