Category Archives: Soup
Last month when we made our Jambalaya, we had leftover shrimp shells and tails from our fresh shrimp. And instead of throwing them out, we figured, lets make some shrimp stock!
Lately, the pesky common cold has been making its rounds here at Cambria Soup Company. And besides the old lemon, honey and ginger remedy, we of course have also been enjoying delicious soups to soothe our colds.
Gumbo and jambalaya are famous dishes native to Louisiana. They are both rich, flavorful, one-pot Cajun or Creole dishes that use common, sensible kitchen ingredients, reflecting the Louisiana tradition of not letting anything go to waste.
Those who are unfamiliar with Cajun or Creole cuisine may not realize the differences between the two.
Looking for a quick, flavorful inexpensive recipe for vegetable broth?
Throw a bunch of vegetables (scraps, skins, whatever) in a big pot with some water, salt, and pepper, and let it simmer for a while. Then, strain it. You can use this homemade vegetable broth to add flavor and nutrition to almost any savory dish.