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Top 10 Soups

July 17th, 2008 · No Comments

I know it’s in the middle of summertime here in El Norte and few folks will eat a hot soup on a hot day, but I still love to eat a nice warm soup any day of the year. They are so filling, hearty, and can make a meal in one bowl, how can you go wrong with a good bowl of soup? So, I decided to create a new category named Top 10 Lists(TTL) of my favorite foods and the first TTL will be that warm and savory and sometimes cold and sweet tasty temptation good on both hot and cold days…soup! Yes, even cold soups have their place and some are quite good too! Now in this list of soups I also include bisque, gumbo, chowder, broth, cream and cold soups, any one bowl meal that is made with a stock or cream and eaten with a spoon.  

Top 10 Soups of Cajun Chef Ryan



 Lobster Bisque


 Seafood Gumbo


 Crab and Corn Chowder


 Oyster Artichoke Soup


 Turtle Soup


 Seven Onion Soup


 French Onion Soup


 Vegetable Beef and Barley Soup


 Chicken Fajita Soup


 Chilled Melon Soup

And then there are the soups that New Orleans restaurants have uniquely contributed and Tom Fitzmorris has an excellent article which was originally published on November 20, 2006 in City Business newspaper featuring his list of the top twenty distinctive New Orleans restaurant soups.  

What does your Top 10 Soup List look like?

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