Soups and Stews

Bigos

Bigos

Bigos, also known as Polish hunter’s stew, is a hearty autumn and winter dish made with various bits of chopped meats cooked with sauerkraut and fresh cabbage. The sauerkraut’s sharpness […]

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Mocequa

Mocequa

Moqueca is a Brazilian fish stew, developed by enslaved peoples and named for the earthenware pot used to prepare it. As azeite de dendê (red palm oil) can be difficult […]

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Tohogoshi Narin

Tohogoshi Narin

Tohogoshi Narin is a popular, easy-to-make dish also known as “Big Plate Chicken.” You can make it with boneless chicken but definitely try it with bone-in chicken. As the dish […]

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Northeast Pumpkin Soup

Northeast Pumpkin Soup

Not all fresh pumpkins (gourds or squashes) are best for soup. Use a sugar pumpkin (also known as a pie pumpkin), otherwise you can try one of the following squashes: […]

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Soo Jae Bi

Soo Jae Bi

Soo jae bi (or sujebi) is a popular, and simple and economical Korean noodle soup, which is also called “hand torn noodle soup.” It is flavourful with a light-coloured (almost […]

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Toshikoshi-Soba

Toshikoshi-Soba

Eating toshikosh-soba, or year-end noodles,  on the last night of the year is an 800-year-old tradition in Japan, which sees out the old year (an specifically any misfortunes that came […]

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