These are just some of the soups we've been feasting on every Monday thanks to the Glory Bowl Soup Company.
Launched just in time for the busy holiday season, Price and Ramsie's new grassroots, web-based soup kitchen offers innovative, homemade, delicious soups, and they even deliver to your house or meet you in town for pick-up.
In a town with very few quality take-out options, Glory Bowl Soup Company fills a much-needed niche. Price and Ramsie make soup like you would at home, from local, fresh ingredients, with homemade stocks.
They also make it easy to get your soup: just log onto their website glorybowlsoupcompany.com, choose from the 3 soup selections that change weekly, click on your order, pay with Paypal or your credit card, and choose delivery or your pick-up location. The soup is reasonably priced at $10 per quart, or $20 per half gallon, with an extra $5 for home delivery (if you don't live too far from town).
You can even order 460 Bread, made fresh that day to go with your soup. Oh how I adore 460 Bread (see A foodie day in Teton Valley, November 2010).
Then the following Monday, you will be treated to a night off from cooking dinner, and hearty soup on your table that everyone will love. If you are lucky, you will also have leftovers to greet you when you walk in the door from skiing in subzero temperatures.
Price is a longtime Jackson/Teton Valley local, and Ramsie recently moved here by way of Boulder, Colorado. Between the two of them, they have an extensive professional history of homestyle cooking, and an unlimited repertoire of soup recipes.
They live up to their motto "Make soup not landfill" by packaging their soup in glass mason jars, which you may return with your next order. Sort of like the milkman of the past, but better because you are getting homemade soup.
Brrrrr, it's 15 below in Jackson this morning. Thankfully, I have some leftover Lemon chicken soup with orzo and spinach from last night.