I didn’t use to be a “soup person”. The thought of slurping on a brothy bowl of chicken stock and calling it a meal just didn’t fly with me. I’m a big eater. I need substance – preferable involving meat, bread and cheese.
Last week I fell ill (yes, AGAIN) with a bad bout of strep throat, and my friend Gayle of The Soup Solution came to my rescue, surprising me with a special delivery of her delicious and hearty soups. I’m all better now thanks to the steamy bowls of Butter Chicken Soup, Greek Lamb & Spinach Soup and Classic Chicken Noodle Soup that I ingested from my death bed (and perhaps the antibiotics helped too).
And as I munched on the meals-in-a-bowl, I thought to myself: The Soup Solution. Hmmm…there are actually problems that I can solve with this soup delivery service…
So here are 5 problems that can be solved with a simple soup solution:
1) Problem: skipping lunch.
The Soup Solution: Hearty, chunky bowls of soup filled with freshly-cut vegetables and tastefully-seasoned meats make it easy to quickly prepare and eat a healthy and filling lunch.
2) Problem: gift ideas for new parents.
The Soup Solution: Pre-order an array of soups and sauces and fill that new mama’s fridge with easy meal solutions for those crazy first months at home with baby.
3) Problem: dinner ideas for picky eaters.
The Soup Solution: Browse through a wide variety of meal ideas, created, curated and family-tested by The Soup Solution owner Gayle (mother of two). Check out her menu of recipe ideas and make something new for dinner that the whole family will love.
4) Problem: feeding unexpected pop-in guests.
The Soup Solution: No need to rush out to the store! Pull out some Greek lamb & spinach soup from the freezer and serve it up for a warm and welcome meal.
5) Problem: healthy food is inaccessible to many families in need.
The Soup Solution: For the month of December, The Soup Solution will be working in partnership with the Quest Food Exchange program to provide healthy soups for families in need. For every 5L of soup purchased, 1L will be donated to this important cause. Learn more about how The Soup Solution is giving back through the Giving Tuesday campaign.
I can honestly say that I’ve been turned from a soup snub to a soup snob. And the butter chicken soup definitely had something to do with it.