Matzah Ball Soup

Matzah balls are boiled dumplings used in traditional Jewish matzah ball soup during Passover when unleavened bread is required. Inspired by the German knödel, matzah balls are light and fluffy and served in a broth with vegetables and fresh herbs.

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Minestrone Soup

Originating in Italy and literally meaning “big soup,” minestrone combines vegetables, pasta, olive oil, and parmesan cheese into a nutritious and tasty meal. The versatility of the dish lets you easily adjust the ingredients to your preferred taste.

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Tomato Parmesan Soup

We’re kicking off the chapter with our favorite soup recipe; one that’s simple to make, delectable to eat, and so comforting on cold winter days. The parmesan cheese adds a satisfying creaminess to the classic tomato base, while the croutons provide a nice crunch on top.

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Butternut Squash Soup

We always make this creamy vegetarian classic when the temperature drops in New England and locally grown winter squash becomes available. You can count on us to bring a larger quantity to seasonal celebrations like Thanksgiving and potlucks. Once Julia’s sole “safe food” at these festivities, she now enjoys it in addition to mashed cauliflower, and pumpkin pie.

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Garlic Knots

Soft and fluffy on the inside and topped with a flavorful garlicky glaze, these little knots pair perfectly with a warm bowl of soup or a fresh salad. The dough reminds us of pizza, making for a fun preparation and familiar bite.

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Corn Chowder

New England fishers originally threw their catch of the day in a big pot with other ingredients and called it a chowder. Our vegetarian version may not be authentic to our region, however it possesses the same qualities of being a thick and creamy soup that’s perfect for cold winter days.

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Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin pie and butternut squash soup are the two dishes you can count on us to bring to a Thanksgiving feast. With homemade crust and whipped cream, this seasonal treat is simply the best!

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Surviving Thanksgiving with an Eating Disorder

Of all the holidays I celebrate, Thanksgiving is my least favorite. This shouldn’t come as a surprise; that I, an introverted vegetarian recovering from an eating disorder, do not enjoy a day where large groups of people gather to eat large amounts of rich and meaty food. But it almost always does.

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