There is no better time for a delicious bowl of homemade soup than the middle of winter! Keep yourself and your loved ones warm by making some soup for them! There are so many different kinds of soup for every taste, so make one perfect recipe or make a bunch! You can also celebrate by getting together with your friends and sharing your favorite recipes with each other!
Mmm mmm… good!
My go to when it is cold out is making massive quantities of soup - chicken and dumpling soup, cream of potato soup, chicken tortilla soup, sweet potato curry soup, and Italian type soups.
What is your favorite type of soup?
In this day an age we all know that soup is a liquid dish, typically made by boiling meat, fish, or vegetables, etc. in stock or water.
Soup has a very wordy history of where the word comes from.
The word soup is rooted in a word from the Germanic language that's since grown into modern words like "supper," "sup," and "sop". It originally meant "consume something liquid." Before the 6th century, the word “suppa” in Latin meant to take a piece of bread eaten in a broth, a “suppa”. The French, word for suppa eventually took on the word both, meaning the broth-soaked bread and the broth itself. After a linguistic jump across the English Channel in the 17th century (and a concurrent vogue for breadless broths), the word came to us, and we started making "soups" instead of "pottages" or "broths." "Sop," just the piece of bread, had been hanging out in English since at least the 11th century, but it took some fancy French pronunciation to make us recognize the broth as a soup unto itself.
Ways to Observe Homemade Soup Day
The best way to observe National Soup Day is to make a big batch of your favorite soup and share with friends.