The Original SoupMan Soup Review
Congratulations! Now no matter where you live – there’s “soup for you!” It’s cold outside and forecasts are calling for even more cold weather across the nation. A warm, delicious bowl of soup keeps you warm making soup an ideal dish or meal on a cold day. The Original SoupMan is inviting you to Celebrate National Soup Month with The Original SoupMan’s world famous soups by sharing how you enjoy your soup. It may be served as a starter dish, an entire meal, or combined with other ingredients for a delicious, new recipe. See individual packages for recipe suggestions. I’m looking forward to trying their additional recipe tips for the Tomato Bisque, Jambalaya, and Chicken Gumbo soups. I think it’s great to know that you can add variety to your soups like this.
I love soup and usually try to make my own because the store bought soups always taste too salty for me. I also like to know that my soups have the freshest ingredients. I have to tell you that I was pleasantly surprised to taste these soups. The Original SoupMan soups taste incredibly fresh and have a full flavor to them. Tonight my mom and I shared the Clam & Corn Chowder and the Lobster Bisque. I like seeing large chunks of clam and lobster meat in the soup. And unlike most clam soups out there, there was no grit/sand in the clam meat. It’s nice to see that there are still companies out there who take pride in the quality of their products.
About The Original SoupMan: The Original SoupMan’s world famous soups were famous long before the famous “Seinfeld” episode that inspired the Soup Nazi character on Seinfeld’s “No soup for you!” episode. Available at over 500 Walmart locations, over 750 Stop & Shop, 1400 Safeway stores, Giant, Martin’s Supermarkets, plus other grocers across the nation, fans can enjoy The SoupMan’s original recipes in the comfort of their own home. Find a store near you here: http://bit.ly/16FyefS. You can follow The Original SoupMan via Facebook or Twitter. Which SoupMan soup are you most excited about?
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