In Which I Eat All The Soup

To make up for all the dumplings and waffles, I have found myself gravitating toward soups lately.  I started strong in Warsaw with a two-course soup dinner, in which Ian and I ordered a chanterelle soup for a starter and I had tomato soup for my main.  This thoroughly confused our waitress, who informed me, “you know, that is also soup,” when I ordered.

chantrelle soup

Chanterelles are in season in Poland right now and they are so cheap and delicious.

tomato soup
I successfully confused another waitress the following day when I ordered pho when it was 98° outside.  This time, she simply said, “Soup?”

A lot better than I expected

A lot better than I expected

You’ve already seen zurek, but here’s another example from our visit to the Polish countryside (blog post forthcoming):

Breakfast soup

Breakfast soup

And finally, I continue to eat soup here in Budapest (shh…let’s pretend we’re still in Poland).  Here’s some fruit soup I ordered last night:

Tastes just like blueberry yogurt

Tastes just like blueberry yogurt

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