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It’s official. This has got to be the worst winter EVAR. We’ve been truly catching it here in midwest. I’ve mentally moved our family to a warmer climate at least five times already. I cannot deal. #icant #wallslides

I’ve been enjoying comfort foods as a consolation. There’s nothing like a warm bowl of soup on a cold winter day. Speaking of which, I had the opportunity to try a line of soups from The Original SoupMan. I’m not a regular consumer of packaged soups, but the gourmet flavors peaked my curiosity. These delicious soups are available in Lobster Bisque, Chicken Gumbo, Jambalaya, Crab & Corn, Lentil, Chicken Noodle, and Tomato Bisque. After trying a few of the soups, I noticed a consistency present in each flavor; each of them had a delicious, rich, buttery roux. The classic Chicken Noodle and Jambalaya were among my favorites.



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. The MSG-free soups are available in BPA-free Tetra-Pak cartons, sold in Walmart, Stop & Shop, Safeway, Giant, Martin’s Supermarkets, and other grocers across the nation.

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  • Reply Shelly from Momfiles

    I really was impressed with these soups. I think the Crab and Corn Chowder was my favorite. They really taste like a lot of time and love were put into them.

    View Comment February 15, 2014 at 5:51 PM
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