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  1. Sweet Corn Chowder with Tarragon and Applewood Smoked Bacon

    Sweet Corn Chowder with Tarragon and Applewood Smoked Bacon

      Per Se
      10 Columbus Circle
      4th Floor
      New York
      Phone: (212) 823-9335
      www.thomaskeller.com/perseny

      Per Se, the highly anticipated restaurant from renowned chef Thomas Keller, opened February 2004 in Columbus Circle’s Time Warner Center complex. Through his latest culinary enterprise, Keller brings his distinctive hands-on approach from Napa Valley’s The French Laundry to New York City, reflecting his intense focus on detail, extending not only to cuisine, but to presentation, mood and surroundings.

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  2. Savory Cress Soup

    Savory Cress Soup

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    • Savory Bacon Corn Chowder

      Savory Bacon Corn Chowder

        John Scheepers
        Bantam, CT

        We just adore corn chowder. This savory bacon-enriched version is a particular favorite over the winter when we dive into our coveted stash of precooked frozen Corn kernels. (To prep the Corn for winter soup making, cook the cobs for 5 minutes, dip them in an ice bath, remove the kernels from the cobs, scraping down to catch as much of the Sweet Corn "milk" as possible. Freeze the corn in 2 cup portions in airtight freezer bags.)

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    • Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with Pepitas

      Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with Pepitas

        Restaurant Nora
        2132 Florida Ave NW
        Washington, DC

        Featuring organic, multi-ethnic cuisine, the internationally-known Nora opened in 1979 and has been praised for its delicious, high quality food and healthy approach to eating. Nora’s second restaurant, Asia Nora, serves uniquely interpreted dishes from across Asia using organic ingredients. In April 1999, Nora became the first certified organic restaurant in the country: this is living proof that one can successfully run an upscale restaurant that is good for you and for the environment.

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    • Rich Creamy Tomato Soup

      Rich Creamy Tomato Soup

        John Scheepers
        Bantam, CT

        There are few moments more rewarding than when you come back into the house after planting plump flower bulbs on a brisk, sunny fall afternoon. And there are few lunches more heartily enjoyed on such a day than a steaming bowl of Rich Creamy Tomato Soup with cheddar and fontina grilled cheese sandwiches. For a spiced up version, lightly sprinkle ground cloves into the soup (like Sharon's grandmother) and spread a thin layer of fig and ginger jam on to artisan peasant bread before grilling the compound cheese sandwiches. You'll be all set to get back outside and finish planting bulbs in anticipation of a glorious spring garden!

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    • Leek, Potato and Celeriac Soup

      Leek, Potato and Celeriac Soup

        Four Season Farm
        Harborside, Maine
        Four Season Farm
        This soup is warming for a winter day, especially if you have potted up a sage plant to grow indoors. For a vegetarian version, omit the prosciutto. If not available, substitute bacon or ham.
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    • Jo’s Cream of Broccoli Soup

      Jo’s Cream of Broccoli Soup

        John Scheepers Bantam, Connecticut
        There is nothing better than a stash of homemade soup in the freezer over the winter. It tastes even better remembering how it felt to make it when the vegetables were just fresh from the garden.
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    • Jan’s Cream of Cauliflower Soup

      Jan’s Cream of Cauliflower Soup

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      • Green Gazpacho

        Green Gazpacho

          Four Season Farm

          .A Spanish Gazpacho usually has Tomatoes in it, but here’s one you can make even if yours aren’t ripe yet. Or if you don’t like the look of green and red together. Or if you’re just ready for a change.

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      • Dutch Cream of Mustard Soup

        Dutch Cream of Mustard Soup

          A rich, wonderful meal all with a bit of bread, there is nothing quite like classic Dutch Mustard Soup. Unable to find a traditional recipe, we made up our own and hope that you enjoy its tangy bite and creamy texture. (We bring home real Groningen Mustard from Abraham's Mustard Mill but you can also purchase good Dutch mustard, De Echte Zaanse Mosterd, from The Dutch Epicure at www.dutchepicure.com.) Of course, it is wonderful if you like to make your own mustard from mustard seed. Eet smakelijk!

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