Roundup: Warm Your Belly Soups

Roundup: Warm Your Belly Soups

We’re talking soups and sandwiches this week. Aaaah, my favorite kind of meal. Actually, my all-time favorite meal is a bunch of noshie foods, little appetizers. However, I’m not promoting hummus and pita as a well-balanced meal. At least not today. A big bowl of soup and grilled to perfection sandwich (someone get me a panini press, please) is what makes Winter worthwhile if you ask me. Ok, that and hot chocolate. (Don’t try to talk me into skiing. I’m having none of it.) If you can’t cozy up to the table and have a warm, hearty bowl of soup with a gooey grilled cheese (don’t skimp on the cheese, for Pete’s sake) then what’s the point of going out in the cold?

Butternut Squash and Apple Soup makes me wonder if there is a better way to get your apple today? Good point, pie is good too.

Chicken Noodle Soup is the food equivalent to your favourite pair of jeans. Am I stretching? Ok, it’s a classic.

Broccoli and Cheese Soup is like a an immune boost in a bowl. Plus it’s going to hit the spot. I mean, It’s got cheese in it. I rest my case.

Tomato Cheddar Soup also has cheese in it but it’s the perfect companion to a grilled cheese on multi-grain with fries. Ooops, scratch the fries.

Curried Pumpkin Soup is as satisfying as it sounds. Are you thinking grilled turkey sandwich? I am.

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