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Court Bouillon - a broth made from cooking various vegetables and herbs usually an onion studded with a few whole cloves celery carrots and bouquet garni (parsley thyme and bay leaf) perhaps with a little wine lemon juice or vinegar; used as a poaching base for fish seafood or vegetables. Cream soups - soups that are thickened with a white sauce. Gazpacho - an uncooked soup made of a pureed mixture of fresh tomatoes sweet bell peppers onions celery cucumber bread crumbs garlic olive oil vinegar and sometimes lemon juice which is served cold; also may be served chunky-style. Gumbo - a Cajun/Creole delicacy of South Louisiana reflecting its rich history: wild game or seafood (from the Acadians) thickened with okra (from the Africans) file (from the Indians) and/or roux (from the French).
It s tough to know all the right tools that a soup aficionado s kitchen should have. We ve pulled together a "must have" list for a well stocked soup kitchen. Now pulling together a well stocked soup kitchen is a snap! Stainless Steel Straining Equipment: The perfect soup strainer is used in a variety of ways. You ll need a chinois strainer which is made of fine woven metal mesh and is designed to remove all solids. You ll need a chinois to create smooth pureed soups or bisques. You ll also need two sturdy strainers for removing solids from your stocks. Making stocks in a pot with a pasta insert makes removing large solids (such as a chicken carcass) safer and less cumbersome. We suggest getting an inexpensive china cap strainer for removing solids from hot liquid when you re not using a large strainer.
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We are fans of stainless steel for practical cooking and silver pewter ceramic and other high quality weighted ladles for serving. Decorative handles shapes sizes a variety of exotic decorative metals and textures make choosing your soup ladles an artistic decision that will offer your table the perfect finishing touch. Spices: Often a soup aficionado s desire to tackle a new and exotic recipe may be cut short by the list of rare hard to find spices that it requires. The true soup chef must clear a shelf in their spice cabinet (freezing infrequently used spices will help lengthen their life) and expand on their spice inventories. The soup kitchen s spice rack should never limit ones ability to tackle a new and exotic recipe. Of course we are talking about real tasty good-quality Soups.