Northern Michigan Recipes: 7 Soups from The Intentional Minimalist

Northern Michigan Recipes: From warm and comforting wild leek, parsnip and asparagus soup to vibrant and inventive strawberry and salsa gazpachos, The Intentional Minimalist blogger Kristin Celeste Schroeger delivers big flavors in seven farm fresh soup recipes. Head to your local farmers market and get cookin' these soups that are perfect for late summer, early autumn spooning. Vegetarian? Vegan? Gluten-free? These recipes are made for you!

Asparagus and Wild Leek Avgolemono Soup

Warm for fall and  full of ingredients that are reminiscent of a Northern Michigan summer, this soup is the perfect recipe to transition from season to season.

Cucumber Leek Soup with Fromange Blanc

Try this light and refreshing recipe for Cucumber Leek Soup with Fromange Blanc at your next late summer or early autumn brunch or lunch with friends.

Strawberry Summer Gazpacho

Experience Northern Michigan summertime in a bowl with The Intentional Minimalist's Strawberry Summer Gazpacho recipe.

Fava Bean, Fennel and Pea Shoot Soup

Flavorful and healthy? The Intentional Minimalist blogger Kristin Celeste Schroeger proves it can be done in this recipe.

Greens Soup

This soup looks as good as it tastes! Bright green and full of Northern Michigan produce, the only reason friends will be seeing green is if you don't share a bowl.

Wild Leek, Parsnip and Asparagus Soup

Warm up the soul after a trip to the farmers market with The Intentional Minimalist's recipe for Wild Leek, Parsnip and Asparagus Soup.

Salsa Gazpacho

Bright, fresh, and with a kick of heat, you've got to try The Intentional Minimalist blogger Kristin Celeste Schroeger's Salsa Gazpacho recipe.

Check out The Intentional Minimalist's blog: Minimalist farm-to-table recipes created with local fresh produce paired with homemade infused oils, dressings, marinades, pestos and sauces.  By eating seasonally, we reap the benefits of good health through nutrition from fresh, unprocessed and sustainable produce.

Find more Northern Michigan recipes at MyNorth.com!

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