This cold-weather soup, featured in cookbook author/Francophile Dorie Greenspan’s Around My French Table, is described as Provence’s version of America’s chicken soup. This simple, subtle garlic concoction is used to cure colds, as well as the more common hangover. Dorie likes to start with three eggs yolks, adding as many as three more. We made it several times and settled on the richer version with the full six. Use the leftover whites for chocolate mousse, another great cure-all.
This recipe was featured as part of our hangover food photo gallery.