I love soup,no matter what the weather there is not a time that I don't enjoy a good bowl of soup. Not everyone in the house shares my joy,but they were sure excited to see all the soups that we recently were sent from the SoupMan! The weather here in Minnesota has been really cold,so a nice bowl of hot soup sure sounded good to all of us the other night. It has been below 0 here,so this soup showed up at the perfect time for us to try. After a hard day of shoveling or playing in the snow,nothing beats a bowl of soup!
We were sent 7 different varties to try~
- Lobster Bisque
- Chicken Noodle
- Tomato Bisque
- Crab and Corn ChowderChicken Gumbo – Chunks of plump chicken breasts, tomatoes, okra, bell peppers, carrots, collard greens and celery are simmered together with garlic, butter, spices and just the right amount of chili peppers. - See more at: http://originalsoupman.com/menus/soup-facts#sthash.qqWIAfUF.dpuf
- Chicken Gumbo
I had a hard time picking a favorite~as they were all so good. But I think that it was the Chicken Gumbo,made with chunks of plump chicken breasts, tomatoes, okra, bell peppers, carrots, collard greens and celery are simmered together with garlic, butter, spices and just the right amount of chili peppers.It warmed me up for sure,and there was even enough to share in the one container. I love that it is so easy to prepare,just open it up and pour it in a pan! The soups can also be served as a starter dish, an entire meal, or combined with other ingredients for a awesome new recipe.The end results for me~is that they all taste like homemade and I didn't have to chop a thing.
About The Original SoupMan~
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