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February 29, 2012 / Food Follower

Not a Very Soupy Season

The title of this post is a little misleading, as I do believe that you can eat soup anytime of the year. What I meant to say is the mild winter has caused my demand for soups I am used to eating this time of year (i.e. warm pea soup, lentil soup, minestrone, etc) to go down. (Can’t you see the inner workings of an economist?) It’s too cold to eat vichyssoise (cold leak and potato soup) or gazpacho but too warm for what I consider the “winter soups.”

This snowy leap day is quite the exception to the winter weather of 2012. The snow outside makes me want to curl up on my sofa with a good book and a bowl of soup nearby. Given my current circumstances, this is impossible (as I don’t have a couch in my room). Guess I will just make do trudging through the snow to the cafeteria to see what soups they are serving tonight.

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