Turkey Noodle Soup

Wondering what to do with the rest of the bird once its been carved? Turn it into a hearty and delicious turkey noodle soup, of course!

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Lemon and Olive Chicken Stew

This bright and sunny chicken dish comes together quickly, but tastes like it’s been simmered for hours and hours.

Brown Veal Stock

Richer than a traditional broth, we would recommend using this caramel-colored stock makes a great braising liquid or base for a stew.

Chicken Broth with Chicken Feet

Cooking chicken soup with this secret ingredient is one easy “feet.” Keep this recipe in your talons for when you need a nourishing and hearty bone broth!

Easy Beef Barley Soup

Cook on the stove or in a crockpot, this simple soup comes together with very little prep time and delivers delicious results. A little Beef Bacon adds smokiness and depth.

Turkey Neck Gumbo with Okra

For neck lovers out there–and those who don’t yet know they’re neck lovers–this stew will change the way you look at turkey necks forever.

Lamb and Barley Soup

This filling lamb broth stew is a great dinner or lunch served with a salad and grilled chicken.

Sweet Potato Sausage Soup

This super simple recipe melds the sweetness of sweet potatoes and spicy kick of Chorizo sausage for a satisfying slurp.

Harira Soup

This flavorful lamb soup is hearty, filling, and super simple to put together!

Sausage Soup

This hearty sausage soup with split peas will fill you up and keep you satisfied.

Beef Stock

This classic recipe for nutrient-rich bone broth is delicious on its own, and forms the basis for many wonderful soups, stews and sauces. Make up a big pot and freeze in small amounts for future use.

Cabbage Soup with Spicy Chorizo

The recipe from Leah Koenig is an updated version of Caldo verde, a traditional Portuguese soup, which replaces the more common kale with savoy cabbage and spices things up with chile flakes.

Chicken Soup (How Big Is Your Pot?)

Naf’s mom, Rachel Rosen, shares her grandmother’s instructions for making chicken soup. Like any good story, it starts with an important question: How big is your pot?