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We’ll Make the Soup, You Make the Rest

by Ben LeBlanc November 19, 2020

We’ll Make the Soup, You Make the Rest

Let’s be honest, Thanksgiving is going to be rather unique this year. It’s going to require a little more effort to make this holiday feel special, but we think that that’s work well worth putting in. So if you’re joining us in doing it up, even on a smaller scale, let us take one thing off your plate by putting soup in your bowl. We’ll make the soup, you make everything else.
Here are three recommendations for a wonderful way to start your Thanksgiving meal, along with a tip to make each a little extra fancy.

Butternut Squash Soup

The classic soup is the embodiment of fall, so there are few better ways to start off a traditional Thanksgiving dinner.
Make it Fancy: Whip créme fraîche in a small bowl until light and airy, then add a dollop atop each soup.

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Roasted Mushroom Soup

An elegant and slightly richer option, Roasted Mushroom Soup is a precursor of flavors to come.

Make it Fancy: Add a few dashes of good sherry vinegar to the soup, then top with very thinly sliced chives.

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Pumpkin & Green Curry

If you prefer a less traditional route, Pumpkin & Green Curry Soup is the move. The pumpkin keeps you grounded in fall, while the green curry takes to you new and slightly spicier places. 

Make it Fancy: Add a swizzle of cashew cream, then top with chopped peanuts and thinly sliced scallions.

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