‘Souper November’ 2019

This month, as it turns wintery, Souper November returns for its second year. We’ll be asking the question: what’s your favourite winter-warming soup? Do you know the recipe? Last year we visited 14 Hull cafes doing home-made soup. Can you recommend a cafe near you?

November 2019

Mushroom soup

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Cooplands 'Secret Garden' Café do seasonal soups throughout the year as part of their traditional and affordable menu. Depending on time of year, soups include: leek & potato, tomato & basil, mushroom, carrot & coriander and vegetable. Currently they’re promoting their winter soups, carrot & swede and another one with parsnip. Veg is supplied by @dennisbutlerltd. Cooplands are still family owned with 12 cafés from Middlesbrough to Louth, including 2 in Hull. Soups are freshly made, veg-based and without thickeners, so are gluten free. Secret Garden has cheerful staff and dozens of tables and being on Jameson Street, so it’s a worthy stop during seasonal shopping trips. So now the secret's out! #vegcities #hullvegcity #hullthy #soupernovember #hull #bakery #soup #vegetablesoup #veggies #seasonalveg #winterwarmer #eatmoreveg #vegpoweruk @vegpoweruk

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Spiced carrot, parsnip and swede soup

How to make leek and potato soup

Bacon, parsnip and celeriac soup

Spiced sweet potato soup with garlicky croutons

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You'll never guess where we've 'bean' – Yes, to the welcoming and inclusive 'Bean & Nothingness' Cafe on Whitefriargate – who started as a coffee shop but have started adding light dishes to the menu, including homemade soups. Much of their veg ingredients come from Spring Bank and local markets. B&N do lighter soups in the summer, many influenced by Rich's many years living out in East Asia. For example the carrot and coriander soup is a Thai fusion. During the winter soups are slightly heavier and more often than not contain beans!  More> https://wp.me/p9BG34-lI #soupernovember #hullvegcity #vegcities #hull #whitefriargate #coffeeshop #southkorea #thai #soup #vegetables #vegan #fusion #communitycafe #creativecafe #musicvenue @bean_nothingness @rccoffeeuk @weirdretrohull

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Do you have a favourite veg-based soup? What is it? Let us know in the comments. Frith Farm know a thing or two about vegetables. They've been running a CSA (community-supported) veg box scheme from their 5-acre site near Beverley for several years. Their own favourite soup is a delicious roasted squash & carrot, which is especially seasonal at the moment – and just what you need after a hard day out on the field in November! https://www.goodtoknow.co.uk/recipes/carrot-and-butternut-squash-soup Early-bird orders for their 2020 veg boxes are being taken now at www.frithfarming.com #hullvegcity #vegcities #hullthy #vegetablesoup #soupernovember #soup #vegbox #can #communitysupportedagriculture #butternutsquash @frithfarming #vegpoweruk

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Carrot and butternut squash soup

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The Barista Café is a smart and cosy independent coffee specialist serving coffee from @theblendingroom. Their fruit and vegetables are supplied by M&H Quality Fruit&Veg. They are open 8-5 Mon-Sat & Sundays 9-4:30. Later this month they will begin opening until 11pm Thurs – Saturday. They do a brunch menu: soups, salads and ‘Mediterranean delights’ with several Turkish dishes, Mexican eggs and even Korean breakfasts – bringing some exotic influences to Newland Ave. Soups are freshly prepared and change regularly, including delicious vegan tomato, a mushroom with shiitake mushrooms, sweet potato & red pepper. So if you’re a coffee aficionado and fancy a full-flavour soup, The Barista Café is definitely worth a visit! #soupernovember #hullvegcity #vegcities #hull #newland avenue #shittakemushrooms #sweetpotato #soup #vegetables #brunch #breakfast #vegan #tomato #vegpoweruk

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Gordon Ramsay’s spiced tomato and coconut soup

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November 2018

After the successful launch of our 12-month ‘Hull Veg City’ campaign with ‘Halloween’ soup in Hull city centre, we go straight into ‘Souper November’ where we’ll be promoting local eateries serving delicious warming veg-based soups this November!

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Next for #soupernovember: The Pavilion Café in East Park, who always have two or three soups to choose from. They not only do the usual favourites such as cream-of-mushroom and minestrone (gluten free), but also more exotic ones such as Moroccan lentil & chickpea, and blue Stilton, broccoli & cauliflower! They use fresh herbs and source their vegetables from Alpine Fine Foods of Hull. They are proud to be an inclusive café: catering for vegans, gluten-free diets and fourteen different food allergies. Dog walkers should also know that they are dog friendly. This December they’ll be serving turkey soup and there’ll be plenty of veg in it too! Well worth a visit. @The Pavilion Cafe #hullvegcity #vegcities #eastparkhull #easthull

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