Tuesday, November 07, 2006



Soups can be made in many ways. You can buy it in tincans and just ad water and heat it up. You can buy ”powder” or dried bars, add water and heat it. You can buy it ready to heat or you can eat it cold with ice-cubes. You can buy it frozen and hope it's melted before entering your mouth. You can made it from scratch and add whatever you want and have the full control and responsibility. To make a soupe can take from a couple of minutes to days.

Soups can be served in many ways. At a restaurant in a piece of bread. Very clean. As guests, that’s almost fast food. At least, it’s fast served. This one in Karlovy Vary was very good.

You can serve soup at home. This one took 3 days to prepare from scratch. And we got 4 ½ dinners out of it.
Soup can be eaten without a sound. Some people have to reveal what they eat. And show it as well.

Bon soupetit;-)


Anonymous Lisa said...

I love a good soup and would eat soup all winter long. I made a good bean and vegetable soup last night for the dinner tonight. Soup is much better the next day after the flavors sit and mix together. It was wonderful and your soup looks delicious!

November 08, 2006 2:30 am  
Blogger Expat Traveler said...

LOL - love the wishes.. That's so cute. And yes it looks very yummy. I still can't get over you were so close to me. And only if you had known me earlier.. We almost crossed paths...

Ah the world of blogging and the internet!

November 08, 2006 11:16 pm  
Blogger cheH said...

Nammmmmm this looks very delicious indeed!I love soup esp gulash in that bread,too:) yummy!

November 08, 2006 11:32 pm  
Blogger RennyBA said...

The soup looks yummy - great pics - thanks for sharing!
I'm a bit dizzy this week and you can read all about why in my last post!

November 09, 2006 2:47 pm  
Blogger TorAa said...

@Lisa: I agree, a soup normally grows in taste with time (limited though). And what can be better when arriving home from a cross country skiing?
@ET: In fact we stayed for 3 (only but wonderful) days in Vancouver before taking the highway 3. And my Blue picture were taken from Wreck Beach (hm)
@Cheh: We to love a real Gulash. We used to have it on the Night Ferry between Denmark and Germany all the summers we drove down south.
@Renny: Your comments are so sweet. Thanks. And be careful when you play Curling next time. Hope to see you soon.

November 09, 2006 4:09 pm  
Blogger Jay said...

I love soup too. I like my soups pretty thick almost more like a stew. Nothing better in the winter though than a good hot bowl of soup.

November 09, 2006 10:23 pm  

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