Thursday, June 17, 2010

The Significance of Soup?

It was a valuable opportunity to contribute a short piece for Angliss’ in-house magazine, Foodtalk, for its May/June 2010 Summer Issue. I decided to reproduce it here in order to share my thoughts on an oft forgotten dish ... SOUP!

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5 comments:

Mochachocolata Rita said...

I must admit that growing up in Indonesia, I hardly think soup as...a soup. Most soups we have are consumed with rice...as a dish :)

Living in HK for a while, I noticed how HK families commit themselves to their soup...I still have to learn to appreciate the importance of soup though.

Great article!

e_ting / e 婷 said...

Yes, brilliant piece indeed! Growing up on Canto food, Chinese soup is the only thing I crave when I'm away from home too long!

Jason said...

@Rita & e_ting: I really miss my mom's soup! It provides a sense of ... loving care I suppose ;)

Lisa said...

The one thing I have to have at all meals during dinner is soup. Sometimes, it can be simple as like cream of corn, but a meal doesn't feel complete without this course...

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