Soup dishes evoke old memories and create new ones Courtesy of The Twisted Frenchman
Andrew Garbarino's soup at The Twisted Frenchman

Soup dishes evoke old memories and create new ones

Chefs reinforce — or modify — traditions

There’s a lot to be said for the universality of soups. Every culture has them and, despite their reputation as cold-weather food, consumers eat them all year long, according to many restaurateurs. As with many traditional foods, however, chefs are finding ways to tweak traditional soups to make them their own and to appeal to guests who are looking for more vibrant flavors.

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