Snow Day Y'all, 6 Soups to Keep You Warm

Photography By Jill Melton | Last Updated January 22, 2016
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2014 included over 10 snow days for kids at Nashville schools.

Snow days are few and far between in Nashville. But 2014 was a particularly white winter. While we can only hope to have a few this year, a warm bowl of soup is still welcome on cold days--snow or not.  

Avgolemono Soup with Chicken

A classic Greek soup that's so delicious you almost can't believe how simple it is. Make chicken stock from a rotisserie chicken. Add rice or pasta, then eggs and lemon juice, whisk and thicken, toss...

Easy Tomato Soup

Home made tomato soup is only as far away as a can of tomatoes. Any kind will work; pureed, crushed, diced, whole, whatever. Saute up some carrot and onion, add tomato, broth, water, or wine, herbs...

Lockeland Table’s Beer Cheese Soup

Serve an arugula radicchio salad with lime vinaigrette for a zesty, biting contrast to the rich creamy soup.

Sweet Potato & Black Bean Chili

This vegetarian chili takes perfectly to a host of other ingredients. Saute the onion in bacon for a smoky, meaty version, add chicken, beef or pork, or add chiles or roasted peppers.

Sweet and Spicy Kale and Tofu Curry

Sweet and Spicy Kale and Tofu Curry
We all like to think we’re unique, but like everyone else, I love kale. So in February I eat a lot of the hearty green. It goes great in most any soup—brothy or creamy. As I live on soup in the...

Seafood Chowder

You can use almost any combination of seafood in this warming chowder. We love that from Virgin bay Seafood, flown in direct from Alaska by hometown Nasvhillians Cathy and mike Stoltz. 
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