Decker Brothers Gourmet
February Soups
Chili Mole Chili Mole
Traditional chili spices are scented with unsweetened Mexican cocoa and simmered with red beans, fresh sweet potatoes, corn and pumpkin seeds (pepitos) for a unique, rich flavor.

Vegan/Gluten Free

Indian Pinto Bean Curry Indian Pinto Bean Curry
This delicious Indian Curry blends exotic spices with Madras Curry. We add fresh yams, cauliflower, ginger and celery to this exotic mix to create a filling, yet healthy vegan meal.

Vegan/Gluten Free

Cauliflower Soup with Fennel Cauliflower Soup with Fennel
Cauliflower Soup with Fennel
Fresh cauliflower and sweet white potatoes are seasoned with a dash of black pepper and fennel seeds and a touch of sour cream.

Vegetarian/Gluten Free

Tuscan Lentil Stew Tuscan Lentil Stew
The light taste of tomato and brown lentils are simmered with fresh vegetables, basil and rosemary. This healthy soup is hearty enough for a meal.

Vegan/Gluten Free

Arabic Spiced Tomato Soup with Couscous Arabic Spiced Tomato Soup with Couscous
Rich and flavorful spices from the far-away lands are balanced with agave nectar, fresh herbs and Israeli Couscous in this tantalizing tomato soup.


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Butternut Squash Bisque with Ricotta Cheese

Butternut Squash Bisque with Ricotta Cheese Butternut Squash Bisque with Ricotta Cheese
Rich and creamy butternut squash is roasted to a sweet, golden brown, then blended with ricotta cheese and a touch of cream for a silky, hearty blend.

Vegetarian/Gluten Free

The coming of fall also means the coming of the Winter Squash. The squash family can be divided into two varieties....summer and winter. The summer squash, like the yellow crookneck, the popular zucchini and even the cucumber, are picked from the vine before they are fully matured. This gives these gourds a softer and edible skin.

The winter squashes, such as the pumpkin and the butternut squash, are allowed to fully ripen and mature while still attached to the vine. This give them a much harder and inedible shell providing them an impressive shelf life. And under this tough shell is the delicious, sweet and nutty flesh that has made winter squash a culinary staple all over the globe.

Looking for an all-American food? Look no further than the squash. The history of the squash has been traced back to the Americas and has been a staple for over 5,000 years. The early American Indians prized the squash for it's delicious meat and it's ability to be kept for long periods of time. Stored in a cool, dry location the butternut squash can be kept for months at a time. Even at room temperature, you can enjoy a butternut squash weeks after purchase.

Our butternut squash soup starts with splitting the squash in half then removing the seeds. The squash is then roasted until golden brown and allowed to cool. The meat of the squash is separated from the thick shell and boiled, then blended with a delicious mix of fall spices, cream and finished with a touch of sherry and ricotta cheese.

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