Indecisive Soupy Experiments

by Elizabeth S. Hansen

Soups come in many forms. Some start with a sizzle, some with a snap. Some are creamy, chunky chowders, while others are thin, broth-y things to ease a sore throat. You can make your Grandma-Great’s cherished spaghetti soup (as good as it is weird) or create a new soup all your own (lasagna soup, anyone?).

Regardless of the soup you decide to make, they’re always better with your family (and wine!).

Making soup with family (wine for 21+ only :D ).
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