Leek and Potato SoupBy Ann Ogden GaffneyLeeks are full of grit. It’s easiest to clean them undercold running water after cutting or shredding them. Summer Vegetable RagoutBy Ann Ogden GaffneyDrizzle 2 teaspoons of the olive oil over the parchment. Add the cherry tomatoes. Shake them around on the sheet until they are coated in oil. Add the shishitos and do the same thing. Roast in the oven on a medium/high shelf until softened and slightly caramelized, about 15 minutes. Set aside.Chicken & Potato StewBy Ann Ogden GaffneyChicken & Potato Stew is an easy one-pot meal that brings warmth, color, and rich flavor to brighten dreary winter days. Once you have everything in the pot, just leave it to slow cook.Creamy Broccoli SoupBy Ann Ogden GaffneyBlend the broccoli soup in batches until smooth. Return to the pot and heat through over a low flame. Stir in the remaining lemon juice. Taste for salt. Serve in bowls with a drizzle of EVOO and a dollop of scallion gremolata. Japanese Curry Noodle SoupBy Ann Ogden GaffneyJapanese curry noodle soup is a personal favorite. It is low-heat spicy, and manages to be both warming and soothing. Real comfort food.Vegan Caldo VerdeBy Ann Ogden GaffneyMy Vegan Caldo Verde is based on the simple, homey soup that originated in the north of Portugal. It is a great vehicle for the super-green kale, and really easy to make.Carabaccia – Tuscan Onion SoupBy Ann Ogden GaffneyIf you’ve been hankering after for a really good onion soup, Carabaccia, the Tuscan Red onion soup is it. It’s easy to make. All it needs a bit of time to cook the onions down until they are sweet and jammy.Perfectly Easy Fish StewBy Ann Ogden GaffneyI love this perfectly easy fish stew. It is as easy to make as it is good to eat and is perfect for feeding a cast of thousands at dinner parties, or if the base is made in advance and frozen, a delicious weeknight supper for twoLouisiana Style Andouille & White Bean StewBy Ann Ogden GaffneyThis easy, warming Louisiana Style Andouille & White Bean Stew is a quick, spicy version of cassoulet, the classic French bean dish. It’s a real cold weather dish, satisfying and delicious. Spanish Style Cod WithChickpeas and PeppersBy Ann Ogden GaffneyAside its great flavor, and easy method, the great benefit of Spanish style cod with chickpeas and peppers is that the basic veggie stew the fish sits on can be made ahead of time, even frozen, to use as needed. Warming Winter SoupBy Ann Ogden GaffneyWarming winter soup makes you feel cozy from the inside. It’s total, delicious comfort. The combo of sweet tasting Kabocha squash and middle eastern spices, gets a sweet and sour hit from salty miso and sharp lime.Pasta e FagioliBy Ann Ogden GaffneyPasta e Fagioli is one of the easiest, heartiest, most comforting platefuls of soup you’ll ever have the pleasure of digging into. It has everything we love, beans, pasta, tomatoes and it’s easy to make!Citrusy Kabocha and Chickpea StewBy Ann Ogden GaffneyCitrusy Kabocha and Chickpea Stew. It turns simple ingredients like winter squash, chickpeas and potatoes into a deliciously aromatic dish.Creamy Roasted Carrot SoupBy Ann Ogden GaffneyCreamy roasted carrot soup is completely vegan, but it’s so smooth and rich you’d never know. The recipe uses roasted carrots made specially for the soup, but I’ve found it to be a great way to repurpose leftover roasted veggies too.Kabocha & Chickpea SoupBy Ann Ogden Gaffney Kabocha & Chickpea soup is a rich, warming and satisfying. For a bit of extra spiciness, I often add a dollop of chermoula to each bowl. I adore kabocha. I just love its mealy starchy quality for soups, stews and pies.