Posted on Apr 3, 2012 in Events
SoupsON in Seaforth this month! The annual Souper Saturday Competition is April 14, 2012 from 11:00am-2:30pm at the Seaforth & District Community Centre. Admission is a non-perishable food donation to the Seaforth & District Food Bank.
This community fundraiser boasts great music, yummy soup (made by local chefs and cooks) and good friends. Proceeds from soup sample sales also goes to the food bank.
To learn more call Bob Fisher at 519.522.1394 or Herb McGowan at 519.522.0567.
Celebrate Nutrition Month during Souper Saturday at the Seaforth Community Centre (122 Duke Street, Seaforth) this Saturday March 12th from 10 AM to 2 PM.
Come out, have a little fun and try some of the best soups prepared by chefs and cooks from Huron East and afar. You can purchase sampling tickets at the souper price of $5.00 for 7 tickets and then try some great soups.
The event also features live music and the opportunity to mingle with friends.
This is a fundraiser for the Seaforth and District Food Bank, so admission is easy – a non-perishable food donation! (For donation ideas, check out our What to Donate guidelines).
This fall, I’ve fallen in love with homemade soups. My family always made homemade soups (mostly with homemade broth from boiled bones), but it took me a long time to get into making my own once I moved out on my own.
I’ve made squash, potato and bean soups. Every one of them has been tasty (and much healthier – especially if you are talking about sodium content – than the store bought variety). The thing I like more than anything is that you can use up the produce you have in the fridge (apples, carrots, celery and others that aren’t quite as fresh or crisp as you’d like them) and you can adapt the seasoning to your personal taste!
To follow-up on yesterday’s post, here are the recipes we used the day of the Soup and Salsa Workshop.
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As I mentioned last week, the Seaforth & District Food Bank held their first ever Souper Saturday Competition. And from what I’ve heard, it was a blast!
My co-worker Trina started her Saturday “road-trip” in Seaforth around 10 AM. “We were pleasantly surprised at the variety of soups available, and tried our fair share of them!”
She reported that all of the soups were delicious! In fact, Trina stated, “we were so full when we left we didn’t need lunch! I hope they repeat it next year – we’ll be sure to return!”