Lamb and Mint Sharba

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS Sharba is the iconic dish of Libya used to break the daily fast during the holy month of Ramadan. This intensely

Spiced Fava Bean Soup

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS B’ssara is a traditional Moroccan soup made with dried fava beans that is remarkably simple to make. But even a simple

Greek White Bean Soup

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS Fasolatha , considered to be one of Greece’s national dishes, is a soup consisting of creamy white beans, peppery olive oil,

French Lentil Soup

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS Lentilles du Puy are known as the caviar of lentils because this small, dark olive green–colored variety possesses a distinctly earthy

Artichoke Soup à la Barigoule

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS Barigoule is a Provençal dish of braised artichokes, mushrooms, and root vegetables. We thought that earthy artichokes and meaty mushrooms would

Roasted Eggplant and Tomato Soup

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS Eggplants and tomatoes are often found together throughout the eastern Mediterranean in countless dishes, especially soups. For a wonderfully creamy yet

White Gazpacho

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS Although both hail from Andalusia, Spain, white gazpacho bears little resemblance to its familiar, vegetable-laden red cousin. White gazpacho, or ajo

Classic Gazpacho

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS Served up during the hot, dry summers in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia, gazpacho is a refreshing, tomato-based chilled soup.