The exact history of when soup originated is not clear. However, the majority believe it was first made 20,000 BC in Jiangxi Province, China, where an archeologist found ancient bowls with fire scorch marks. Later in the 7th century, China developed shallow cloud soup, now known as wonton soup. What a journey to the modern […]
Soup is a great way of satisfying your appetite, quickly and simply, whether it’s for a main meal or simply a snack. You can make a soup as filling or as light as you like, and fill it with as much or as few proteins and vegetables as you need.
So many soup recipes include cream, milk, grains, or sugars, meaning that paleo eaters either can’t eat them, or have to hunt high and low for alternatives. But there are still lots of great ways to make soup, the paleo way, and we found the best from across the Internet. Happy cooking (and eating, of course)!
Without a doubt, soups and stews tend to be the most common recipes made in a slow cooker, mostly because they work so well. But, this popularity has its downsides as well. In particular, many people get bored of soups and stews, especially if they’ve only tried fairly simple or common recipes. But, if you’re […]
Recreate this Chinese menu favorite perfectly for dinner. The punchy flavors of this soup will surely get your appetites up.
Serve the entire family this very comforting and nourishing stew from the Philippines. Rich and complex flavors from an all-in-one-pot preparation. Much like most other one-pot meals from various parts of the world, this Pochero from the Philippines is typical of a Sunday family lunch – rich, heavy, comforting. . . simply special. Meals like these, […]