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Soups for Children

Soups that are designed and suitable for children of all ages.

Spring Soups

Soups designed to remove humidity and cleanse the body of toxins.

Summer Soups

Summer soups that help relieve heatiness, cool the body and provide additional internal moisture for those extra hot days.

Fall Soups

Soups that have have the balance of removing heatiness and are slightly warming. These soups are good transition soups into winter.

Winter Soups

Soups designed to be consumed in the dry and cold winter months where the body needs replenishment of moisture and warmth.

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Voice Recovery Tea

April 12, 2012 – 7:39 am | One Comment | 7,025 views

Soup Name: Voice Recovery Tea or “Lost Voice” Tea
Traditional Chinese Name: 開聲茶 (kāi shēng chá)

This drink is literally called “Open …

New milestone of 100K pageviews per month!

November 2, 2011 – 10:12 pm | One Comment | 3,093 views

I just want to happily broadcast that TheChineseSoupLady.com is now enjoying (for the first time) over 100K (yes, one hundred …

Nominate me for The Foodbuzz Blog Awards!

September 17, 2011 – 8:33 am | One Comment | 2,977 views

The nominations have just opened last night for Featured Publishers to nominate food blogs around the blogosphere!

Above are the category …

Featured in eChinaCities.com – Virtual Bite: Best Chinese Food Blogs

August 23, 2011 – 7:52 am | 2,070 views

It’s always nice to be featured around the blogosphere, so here’s another that we’ve found to share with you.

You can …

Tom Yum Koong – Somboon Seafood Restaurant (Bangkok, Thailand) Review

August 17, 2011 – 9:51 pm | 2 Comments | 11,542 views

Soup Name: Tom Yum Koong Soup
Restaurant: Somboon Seafood Restaurant (Bantadthong Branch)
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Price: I’m sorry, I can’t remember because it …

Ginger Peel (Dried)

March 23, 2011 – 8:13 pm | 4 Comments | 12,110 views

Ingredient Name: Fresh Ginger Peel (Dried)
Chinese Name: 薑皮 (jiāng pí)
I am writing about the ginger peel specifically because while normal …

We’re Still Here!

February 26, 2011 – 4:47 pm | One Comment | 1,771 views

No, we haven’t deserted this site.  We’re still hard at work churning out soups, but just 1.  haven’t had time …

My Confinement Story

November 2, 2010 – 12:17 pm | 15 Comments | 27,658 views

You may have noticed that over the past few months we have been posting many pregnancy and confinement soup recipes …

Vote for me on “Project Food Blog” – Challenge 2!

September 28, 2010 – 8:46 pm | 1,649 views

To my readers:  Project Food Blog is a competition hosted by foodbuzz to find the ultimate food …