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August 14, 2012

Chilled fennel soup with buttered walnuts, from Framed Cooks

Chilled fennel soup with buttered walnuts, from Framed Cooks (on Soup Chick).

For most of my life, I didn't love fennel, but my sister-in-law Jill showed me the error of my ways, by introducing me to her favorite shaved fennel and parmesan cheese salad with vinaigrette. Next came an experiment with a Barefoot Contessa recipe for roasted fennel. Now, I'm hooked. Cooking brings out the natural sweetness in the fennel. This chilled fennel soup with buttered walnuts, from Framed Cooks, would make an elegant first course for a dinner party, or a refreshing summer lunch with a slice of crusty bread.

Get the recipe for Framed Cooks' chilled fennel soup with buttered walnuts.

More on Soup Chick:
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Vegetable soup with fennel, white beans and Italian turkey sausage


Posted by: Kalyn | August 14, 2012 at 10:26 AM

This sounds like a fun alternative to gazpacho for a chilled soup!

Posted by: Lydia | August 14, 2012 at 03:03 PM

Kalyn, fennel continues to surprise me as I open myself up to cooking with it. I think this sounds very refreshing.

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