I look for comfort in coffee cups and smoothies, while reminding myself, all the while, that they are not soups. That dish, the delicate, watery, and savory starter, has always presented itself to me as the most extrovert of all types of food.
If I were a cook, I wouldn’t be absorbed too much by the preparation of soups. Considering that when faced with the task to get one bowl out of the hundreds of recipes for starters, one has the tendency to look for adequate substitutes of the unavailable ingredients that can be found in the recipe books, but not in the kitchen.
Until recently, the average person who is interested in cooking can only wait until the release of a new ready-to-serve starter before the weekend gets here. If you were once touched upon by the hype of food combining, you'd probably dismiss soups all together. They are easily replaced by fruits, vegetables, and the blender. And then there's the overwhelming feeling of mellowness over chicken soups.
Skipping the culinary adventures of the nineties, what's new with the soups today is that the starter culture gets the new "items." These newness come in the form of kits, which take the starters to a whole new personal level. They should be readily available in a few simple steps to be considered a starter.
The glory of canned food, canned soups, and all other food processing triumphs, remain the saviour of the evenings. Although some would not consider noodles in styrofoam packages as staple food, they are around and can easily be purchased, like apps. Other than that, newspapers go over the dish in quite detail. I learned that soups can be more than savory, watery, and tasty from this article last year.
Avoiding soups for starters mean the whole packs of salad and raw or cooked veggies. Although that can't be bad for health, there are more to soups than a replacement food. It takes more than just imagination to get creative with soups, but as new as soups get, they're still called soups.
Check out this link, http://gomestic.com/cooking/feeling-soupy-right-now/, which will take you to the article as it is published on April 12, 2012.