Autumn is the time of year when soup starts to creep back into our home meals again.
With this week taking us into October, it is regrettable that there are many variations of colds and dreaded flu’s flying around at this time of year. But soup is the ultimate cure!
The seasonal soups of our choice, for example, are as follows:
- Summer roast vine tomato with a basil oil.
- Autumn field mushroom with a thyme and rosemary croute.
- Winter roast butternut squash with sage and parmesan.
We also serve these soups with a selection of handmade artisan breads which are made on the day by our local baker.
Hopefully you are feeling happy and well, but in case you aren’t these soup suggestions will warm you right through! Even if you aren’t ill, it’s always nice to have a good hearty soup with a lovely roll of bread for dipping – this part is essential.
So the above soups are just some of the ones we like to make and present at our events, depending on the season of course. However, there are so many different kinds of soup out there – don’t be thinking that you have to stick to the conventional options. There is more to soup than plain old tomato! Although, sometimes you just can’t beat it can you?
So get creative, use potato as a base to thicken your soup, and see what vegetables you have in your fridge and create something very special! Why not tell us about it?