6 light and bright soup recipes for spring

Spring isn’t necessarily the time of year you naturally associate with soup but if you haven’t tried making it with fresh, seasonal produce you are seriously missing out! Packed with flavor and nutrients, these sensational soup recipes come together quickly and will result in a great lunch, snack or dinner for you or the whole family. Shop your local farmers market for what looks good and go from there — or grab frozen vegetables as necessary (it’s not cheating, they’re so good for you!).

Here are six of our favorite soups to celebrate spring in your kitchen:

1. Healthy Spring Pea Soup Bread Bowls

Healthy Spring Pea Soup Bread Bowls

Casey Barber

This lightened up and bright version of split pea soup is vegetarian and served in bread bowls, makes for a filling lunch. If you want to skip the bread, serve it in your favorite bowl and garnish with lemon zest.

2. Carrot-Ginger Soup

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Traditional Food Steamer Market Forecast Covering Development Strategies and Revenue Assumption until 2031| Supor, ASD, MAXCook

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Jan 27, 2021 (WiredRelease via Comtex) —
Market.us updated new market research study work on “Traditional Food Steamer Market“, where users can benefit from the complete market research report with all the required useful information about this market. The report also focuses on the major driving trends and challenges that affect the market and the vendor landscape.

Today’s world facing two pandemics simultaneously such as health and economy. The global COVID-19 analysis on Traditional Food Steamer market has been driven by the range of its a wide area of sectors such as Household, Commercial. Moreover, it is estimated that the detergents segment is set to witness the highest growth in the market due to its growing demand in various end-user applications over the forecast period. The global market for the Traditional Food Steamer analysis

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Chuckanut Brewery Releases Italian Style Pilsner

BELLINGHAM, Wash. — After being invited to take part in two Pils & LoveFestivals north of Milan, Italy at Birrificio Italiano and drinking Italian-style Pilsner Chuckanut Brewery has brewed its own Italian Style Pilsner. This is the second batch of this unique Pilsner Chuckanut has created. The first batch was made for Chuck’s Hop Shop in Seattle in 2019. Since that time Italian Style Pilsner has become an up and coming style of beer popular in the northwest.

The Chuckanut Brewery rendition uses pilsner malt to lay down a backbone that delivers graininess and a light malt sweetness. But the stars of this pilsner are the Nobel hops used for a clean bitterness and those dry-hopped for flavor and aroma. This is a German style pilsner on steroids! A highly drinkable lager with huge notes of spicy and herbal hops. Chuckanut Italian Style Pilsner goes great with oysters, seafood and

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15 Delicious and Creamy Plant-Based Alfredo Recipes

Originally full of butter and heavy cream, alfredo sauce might seem like a vegan nightmare. However, vegans are always finding new, innovative ways to create classic recipes, and fortunately, there is a wide variety of vegan alfredo sauces to choose from! Whether made from cashews, tofu, or cauliflower, these 15 vegan alfredo recipes deliver the same creaminess and richness, but without causing harm to cows!

We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy! 

1. Fettuccini Alfredo


Source: Fettuccini Alfredo

This Fettuccine Alfredo by Doug McNish is creamy and rich and has an astounding depth of flavor that will keep you coming back for more. It goes so well with grilled portobello mushrooms and fresh greens, such as green peas or arugula, then sprinkle the top with a little nutritional yeast

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