Jacques Pépin Makes Kale Soup | American Masters: At Home with Jacques Pépin | PBS

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Official website: | #AmericanMastersPBS Pépin teaches us his recipe for a hearty kale soup with garbanzo beans, tomatoes, and more. “I love soup and usually when I do soup, I do a bunch of it because I can freeze it and you know, re-heat it when I need it.” Subscribe to the American Masters channel for more clips: Enjoy full episodes of your favorite American Masters films: FOLLOW AMERICAN MASTERS: Facebook: Twitter: #AmericanMastersPBS Instagram: #AmericanMastersPBS FOLLOW PBS: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Shop: __________________________________ Launched in 1986 on PBS, American Masters has earned 28 Emmy Awards — including 10 for Outstanding Non-Fiction Series and five for Outstanding Non-Fiction Special — 13 Peabodys, an Oscar, three Grammys, two Producers Guild Awards, and many other honors. To further explore the lives and works of masters past and present, American Masters offers streaming video of select films, outtakes, filmmaker interviews, the American Masters Podcast, educational resources and more. The series is a production of THIRTEEN PRODUCTIONS LLC for WNET and also seen on the WORLD channel. .

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  1. Lettuce, especially Romaine lettuce goes great in soups and friend rice. I love leeks, too. I use the heavy green part after running it through a food processor until it is puréed. I have found it makes a good broth when simmered for a long time. But this is just my experience.

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