Soup as Medicine

We all have heard that we should eat chicken soup when we’re feeling sick, but why did chicken soup become the go-to cliché in the first place? Though it won’t necessarily cure every ailment, chicken soup typically has several highly nutritious elements that give your body the help it needs to boost your immune system.… Continue reading Soup as Medicine

Ten Excellent Soup Restaurants

New York City is home to hundreds of incredible restaurants and chefs–though they may specialize in all sorts of dishes, my favorite dish to try is soup. In this post, I’ll share ten restaurants in New York City that serve delicious soup. Dunhuang Lanzhou Beef Noodle Flushing, Queens is renowned for its plethora of cultures… Continue reading Ten Excellent Soup Restaurants

Techniques for Fancy but Cheap Soup

Soup is an incredible dish because it demonstrates how much different cooking techniques affect the overall flavor, texture, and experience of the meal. This makes soup an excellent dish for low-budget cooking because very inexpensive ingredients can be prepared in different manners to create luxurious meals. Caramelizing: This is the technique that gives French Onion… Continue reading Techniques for Fancy but Cheap Soup

The Best Late Night Soup

Every college student relates to at least one of these scenarios: It’s 11:30pm, you have a paper due at 9am tomorrow, and you still haven’t started it; you need something to wake you up and keep you going for the night but if you drank another cup of coffee you’d be too jittery to focus.… Continue reading The Best Late Night Soup

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How to Make Soup on a Budget

Soup is pretty budget-friendly as is because most soups are primarily water! But there are a few other things to consider that can save a lot of money on your grocery bill while still making a delicious meal. First and foremost, when you are deciding which soup to cook you should consider what resources are… Continue reading How to Make Soup on a Budget