Carrots are a common ingredient found in homemade soups. Those in Agoura or Thousand Oaks visiting their local SoupS Studio® might be surprised to see carrots popping up in what seems like unlikely homemade soup recipes, but there’s good reason to bring a little carrot into just about anything. First and foremost, carrots are a delicious and simple wholesome ingredient that incorporates beautifully along with so many flavors. Second, they’re just plain good for you. A few of the key benefits of carrots are:
SoLé SoupS® is a customer favorite, but if you haven’t been in to visit one of our SoupS Studio® locations yet, maybe a few reasons why customers keep coming back can serve as a little inspiration. 5 reasons why our customers love SoLé SoupS® are:
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The SoLé SoupS experience is one that we extend to each and every customer that comes into our Soups Studio®. A few of the latest and greatest customer experiences we want to highlight are best expressed through a few firsthand Yelp! reviews:
When going on a ski trip, you want to save as much space in the car as possible, but still bring all the things you’ll need to stay warm and cozy after a day spent on the slopes. Mammoth Lakes, Squaw Valley, the Sierra Nevada range, no matter your pick, there’s something special about refueling after spending the whole day falling in love with the nature of California mountains over and over again. So, how do you plan to pack what you need to refuel?
Pot pie is a meat pie with somewhat contested origins, though the general consensus is that this delicious comfort food got its start in ancient Greece. At SoLé SoupS, we love the idea of a rich and hearty chicken pot pie, one filled with wholesome natural ingredients to fill you up on a cool day after hitting the slopes or sitting around the kitchen table with your family. Since Greece, chicken pot pie has been adapted into its own regional iterations incorporating the regional flavors of several different countries, but all versions have in common the same central cozy tastes and textures we’ve come to know and love.
Celery and carrots are common add-ins in various soups. At SoLé SoupS, you’ll find these two little superfoods inside a variety of what you see inside of the Soups Studio®, and while you may not notice them while they’re there, we’re sure you’d be likely to notice their absence if they weren’t. Carrots and celery add flavor and texture to any soup, stew, chili, or pot pie filling, but also quite a bit of nutritional value.
When most people think of Ramen, they think first of those small plastic packages they see at the grocery store. They run for about a dime, you cook them in the microwave or on the stove top, and when you add the flavor packet they taste like little else than meaty salt. However, what we know as a college diet staple isn’t authentic ramen, the traditional Japanese soup packed full with nutrition and flavor.
What is the best way to see what’s been happening at SoLé SoupS? It’s to stop on in and see for yourself! However, the next best thing is to see what our customers have been saying. Recent reviews and testimonials show high points our customers love looking forward to when they stop into their local Soups Studio TM.
During the fall season, squash soups become more popular than ever. Nothing says fall quite like the flavor of a rich and creamy squash soup, and whether you choose to have yours warm or cool, it always seems to comfort you from the inside out. There are several different types of squash soups you may be familiar with, each with their own unique origins and benefits to those enjoying them. The 3 main types of squash soups are: