Though Philadelphia may have been a little late to the ramen craze, there are still plenty of places to slurp your way to happiness within city limits.
Campbell Soup has been struggling to boost sluggish sales of its famous condensed and ready-to-eat canned soups. But there is a bright spot in its U.S. soup division: broth.
The “mini-meal,” as Campbell’s refers to it, will be made using the Keurig and includes a broth K-Cup pack and a dry packet of vegetables and pasta.
MANNA has been providing meals for thousands of sick and homebound people for over two decades. This year, they decided to offer three soups that she says her patients rave about.
And the deal isn’t being offered just because of the frigid temps: January 23rd is actually National New England Clam Chowder Day.
When the weather dips, tailgating calls for hot soups. Check out these recipes.
With the mercury dropping almost as fast as the leaves, “soup weather” has set in. Here’s where to go in Philadelphia when you need a bowl of something steaming hot and substantial.
The company is recalling its Whole Foods Market Kitchens Roasted Garlic & Eggplant Soup, which is actually Lobster Bisque, in six states.
The soup maker said Thursday that it will close a plant in Sacramento, Calif., that has about 700 full-time workers. It also plans to shutter a spice plant in South Plainfield, N.J., that has 27 employees.
Looking for a hearty, cold-weather meal? Soup or chili in a tasty bread bowl will hit the spot. Check out the local restaurants that dish up this traditional favorite.
Turkey, cornbread or stuffing? Choose your favorites from this array of classic Thanksgiving foods.
You might have some vegetables left over from your garden that you didn’t get to cook last season. Well, Chef Walter Staib shows you how to make a heart healthy soup with some of those unused veggies.
Since it’s flu season, it might be a very good idea to find a restaurant that serves tasty soup in your area. Luckily, Philadelphia houses some of the best soup menus. See for yourself!