Celebrate the season!

Work with your kitchen group to create a great soup!

Today we will find a couple of recipes that your group is interested in making. You will present them to me and we will decide which one would be best, given time, ingredients, skills and budget. Next you will adjust the recipe to serve 3-4 people and print it out. Using your recipe, you need to write up a grocery list, so I can shop this afternoon. You will hand in a copy of the recipe and the grocery at the end of class.

Next class.....

On Tuesday, each kitchen group will make their soup and when it is finished, you will share a bit with all who want to sample. We have small cups - use these to serve up the samples.
Be sure to travel around to all the kitchens and try out the different recipes.

Here are some ideas.....

Soup soothes the soul.

“There is nothing like a plate or a bowl of hot soup, it's wisp of aromatic steam making the nostrils quiver with anticipation, to dispel the depressing effects of a grueling day at the office or the shop, rain or snow in the streets, or bad news in the papers.”
Louis P. De Gouy, ‘The Soup Book’ (1949)

The soup to the right is from Southeast Asia - Pho.

Vegetables, Meats, Broth......

This soup is from India - Mulligatawny. Made with chicken, rice, lots of veggies, and curry, it is known for its healing properties. The ingredient in curry powder that makes it yellow - turmeric - has many healthful applications!