Soups have always been popular amongst the public due to the fact that they are –
(b) simple to make/prepare
From my experience, these are the best the soups in the world.
(a) tomato soup: this sweet-tasting soup is one that appeals to many people around the world. Funnily enough, people who dislike tomato in its natural form, have found their taste buds responding in enthusiasm to its mouth-watering taste.
(b) vegetable soup: a favourite amongst rural folk, this soup makes use of many ingredients to deliver a heart-warming dish. Variations include adding chicken to it.
(c) mushroom soup: This mono-ingredient soup, is usually served with french toast. Its taste in this form, reminds us of why hobbits from middle-earth value this fungus with a lustful greed.
To enjoy your soup further, it is advisable to arm yourself with one of the following; brown bread, brown cake, rolls, white bread, french toast. Complimentary drinks may include a mug of ale, a glass of milk or single malt whiskey. In today’s world where everyone is on the go, soups are experiencing an upsurge in popularity as people seek foods that are quick to prepare and which also carry helpful nutrients. Companies such as Tesco have rebranded their soup products to make them attractive to young people, who used to view soups as old-fashioned and bland.
Contemporary soups are now becoming the fashion, with some of the top restaurants offering fish and snail, otter and mushroom, and chili and pigeon soup.