How to Make Soup for a Crowd: Tips and Tricks for Large Batches

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Soup is a comforting and nourishing dish that’s perfect for feeding a crowd. In this post, we’re sharing tips and tricks to make soup for a crowd cheaper and easier. Including, how to choose the right recipe, essential equipment, and tricks for prepping ingredients in large quantities. What to consider when choosing a recipe: When…

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Five Tips for Healthy Soup

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5 Tips to Make Your Soup Even Healthier Soup is an excellent way to get a nutritious, low calorie meal. The healthiest soups are made at home with simple ingredients and the next best are dry soup mixes. Canned soups often have excess sodium and ingredients only a scientist can pronounce. With a few simple…

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Easy White Chicken Chili!

Hurricane Ridge White Chicken Chili Package

Hurricane Ridge Chicken Chili   Have you heard that the USDA recommends that the average adult should consume at least 3 cups of beans per WEEK? If you’re anything like us, that seems a little overwhelming! There are so many great recipes out there for cold salads with some garbanzo beans or kidney beans on…

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Amazing Red Lentil Soups!

Do you suffer from lentil confusion? It’s a common issue that more and more Americans are facing! But not to worry, Rill Foods has the cure! We have amazing vegan and gluten-free red lentil soups! So easy and so healthy, you’ll wonder why you haven’t used lentils more! Why Do We Love Red Lentil Soups?…

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Our Favorite Crockpot Potato Soups

As our favorite Hobbit Samwise once said: “PO-TAY-TOES Boil ’em, mash ’em, stick ’em in a stew!” I think he may be onto something there. Potatoes are so versatile you can do just about anything with them. They can also take on just about any flavor you want!  This is why we love crockpot potato…

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Warm Eggplant Salad to go with Soup

Shoshone Falls Black Bean Soup

  Soup and Salad A classic combo. Pb & J, salt and pepper, Sonny and Cher, soup and salad. They just belong together! Soup and salad have been classic combinations in diners and homes across America forever! But as much as we love a crunchy iceberg paired with Tomato, the same-old-same-old gets, well, old! So…

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How to Soften Old Beans with Baking Soda

Picture this: you’re raiding your pantry for a dinner idea. Pushing aside the nori you told yourself you would use and some half-opened box of crackers, you find beans. When you open your bag of beans, you realize that they look pretty old and a little shriveled. “Do beans expire?” you wonder to yourself. You…

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The Best Vegetables to Add to Soup

Veggies are good, that’s why today we are discussing the benefits and varieties of vegetables to try in Rill’s specialty soups!   If you have been a long-time fan or ever read the back of our soup packaging, you’ll notice that Rill’s labels encourage creativity in the kitchen by suggesting cooking variants. Some of these…

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