Sunday Suppers: Fall Soups

It’s cool enough to survive without air conditioning, but our weather isn’t quite fall-like yet. Still we’re ready for crisp autumn days to arrive, perhaps they’ll be here by December. Here are some of our favorite soups to herald fall.

Cheddar Potato Soup

What a seasonally correct background

What a seasonally correct background

Black Bean Soup

Ok, I had a yellow pepper instead of a green one in the fridge this time. Man people can be so picky.

Ok, I had a yellow pepper instead of a green one in the fridge this time. Man people can be so picky.

White Bean and Farro Soup

Drizzle more olive oil if you want

Drizzle more olive oil if you want

Sweet Potato and Fennel Bisque

Sage advice: Start with soup

Sage advice: Start with soup

Split Pea Soup

This is nothing like the soup that haunts a bad diner's menu

This is nothing like the soup that haunts a bad diner’s menu

Whole Pumpkin Soup

So much milky goodness inside

So much milky goodness inside

Sweet and Spicy Japanese Broth

If I could rename it, I think Katherine would like tofu

If I could rename it, I think Katherine would like tofu

 Squash Soup

Bacon fat is good for you

Bacon fat is good for you

Chorizo and Barley Soup

Spicy sausage

Spicy sausage

French Onion Soup

All that melted cheese is making me hungry

All that melted cheese is making me hungry

Ham Bone Soup

Beans are the magical fruit

Beans are the magical fruit

 Cream of Potato

The kidneys make this

The kidneys make this

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About Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide

This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
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11 Responses to Sunday Suppers: Fall Soups

  1. It is still a million degrees in HK, but these soups look so delicious. I say just crank up the aircon and enjoy the fall. Maybe I will start with your Japanese soup. Have a super weekend.

  2. Being in opposite seasons than my US blogger friends just ends up making me want it to be fall when it’s spring! Ah well, guess that’s what bookmarks and pinterest are for. I especially like the look of the blackbean soup.

  3. Thanks a million for this post! We are moving into soup season, and I just love putting them together, watching them cook and then digging in!

  4. Veronika says:

    It’s already been below-freezing here in Central Finland, so this compilation is both timely and awesome, although it might be because I am such a soupoholic. 😉 I’m making Swedish yellow split pea and ham soup tomorrow, but I need to stick some of these on my to-try list as well! Anything with legumes, curcubites, mushrooms and bacon is amazing in cold weather.

  5. cecilia says:

    SOUP!! and goodness me Greg.. not the F word! Not yet!

  6. Great collection of soups. I’ll have to make some!

  7. Jackie Saulmon Ramirez says:

    I love soups and I could eat every bowl on this blog! 😀 <– That is me drooling.

  8. Gosh I feel that I want to make all of them, but I do love the soup in the pumpkin and the squash soup very much. Two of favorite fall ingredients to cook with. Nice lineup!

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