Soups are often thought of as starters — thin brothy affairs that may taste good but never quite fill you up. When the fall and winter weather comes around you want something with a bit of heft to it. These two one-pot recipes from Mark Bittman, author and New York Times columnist, should do the trick! They're filling, perfect for the cooler weather and will help you finish off your late-summer vegetables.
Fall favorites: Bittman’s one-pot comfort soups
Makes about 10 servings
Makes four servings