Versatile for casual soup meals or warm winter beverages, the coaster doubles as a lid to keep the contents warm.
This is not your average clunky spoon rest — it's sleek, minimal and modern.
Suite One Studio makes some of my favorite porcelain pieces for both photos and dining at home.
I would be lost without my Vitamix. It's the most used appliance in my kitchen — nothing compares to the texture of soups made in this thing.
A large-capacity stock pot is a must-have in my kitchen. Le Creuset has classic and colorful options.
This cookbook lives in my kitchen in colder months. It has so much inspiration for using seasonal produce.
When I don't feel like hauling out the Vitamix, or I'm making soup in small batches, I whizz stuff up in the pot with my Cuisinart immersion blender. I'm in love with this kelly green color.
I use Weck glass jars for soup storage. They are so minimal, let the soup shine through the glass, and don't discolor or take on odors like some plastic storage containers.
While I tend to lean toward minimal dishes and serving pieces, I'm a sucker for a beautiful tureen. The color of this one makes me swoon.
I'm currently in love with this vintage-style thermos. It's a hip way to take soup for lunch, picnics or road trips.
Fresh herbs are always a touch I add to my soup recipes, and indoor herb gardens let you do that year-round.