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One of San Francisco's culinary specialties is an oceanic variation called cioppino, a fisherman's stew with ancestral links to French Mediterranean bouillabaisse and Italian Ligurian cacciusso. Here, though, the spicy dish has evolved into something as San Franciscan as rollercoaster hills, cable cars, and cool fog billowing through the Golden Gate. Specific recipes vary, from restaurant to restaurant, chef to chef. Nevertheless, an aromatic bowl of classic San Franciscan cioppino basically blends Dungeness crab, clams, and morsels of rockfish with shrimp or prawns, tidbits of squid, tomatoes, garlic, a "base sauce," and a splash of red wine."
The best and most common Chinese soup, chicken corn soup.
This Cincinnati chili contains secret ingredients of dark, unsweetened chocolate and cinnamon which give this fantastic chili authentic character and versatility! This Cincinnati chili can be served in a bowl, on a bun, or even as a Molé sauce.
This French onion soup is made with black beluga lentils, plenty of sliced onion in the mix is rich and robust with or without the topping of French bread and cheese.
Sweet Potato and Apple Soup, a subtle sweet-savory choice, might be considered one of those "super" soups because of all the great health benefits. By including Louisiana yams, the soup is packed with fiber, beta-carotene and nutrients, making it as nutritious as it is delicious.
Cool and velvety smooth, our cold avocado soup is the perfect way to start a leisurely summer dinner
This tomato and roasted red pepper soup infused with fresh basil is refreshing and ready in only 30 minutes.
A very hearty tomato soup.
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