Soup — of all types — is my favourite meals. It’s also something that I write about and photograph quite frequently for my website. This month’s set of things consists of things that I love for the soup-making kitchen. I have found stylish serving pieces, cookware with pops of color and a few things to make your soup demonstration really unique. — Tami from Running with Tweezers
Mug with Lid – $8
Versatile for casual soup meals or hot winter drinks, the coaster doubles as a lid to keep the contents warm.
Simon Pearce Brookfield Spoon Rest – $35
This isn’t your typical secondhand spoon rest — it’s sleek, minimal and modern.
Porcelain Pottery Bowls in White and Golden Yellow by Suite One Studio – $52
Suite One Studio makes a number of my favourite ceramic bits for both photos and dining at home.
Vitamix 5200 – using Compact Container – $449
I’d be lost without my Vitamix. It’s the most used appliance in my kitchen — nothing compares to the texture of soups created in this thing.
Le Creuset – 8qt. Stockpot – $80
A large-capacity stock pot is a must-have my kitchen. Le Creuset has choices that are vibrant and classic.
Vegetables From An Italian Garden: Season-By-Season Recipes – $39.95
This cookbook lives in my kitchen in colder months. It’s so much inspiration for using seasonal produce.
Antique-Silver Ladle – $29
Amazing such as this ladle, can make viewing simple everyday sauces seem unique.
ELLY Dish Towel – $3.49
The vintage vibe of those towels makes me happy, and at less than $4 for four of them, you don’t care if they have stained with canned berries.
Big Double-Handled Soup Bowls – $32
I love these double-handled soup crocks for hearty french onion soups and stews. They are oven safe so you can melt cheese and toast bread on top!
Emile Henry USA
Flame Top Round Dutch Oven/Stewpot, 7qt. – $235
I adore my Emile Henry Stewpot. The 7-quart capacity makes it easy to cook huge batches of soups and stews in a lightweight pot.
Smart Stick Hand Blender – Green – $32.99
While I don’t feel like distributing the Vitamix, or I am making soup in tiny batches, so I whizz things up in the pot along with my Cuisinart immersion blender. I am in love with this kelly green color.
Weck Canning Jars – $3.95
I utilize Weck glass jars for soup storage. They’re so minimal, allow the soup shine through the glass and don’t discolor or take on odors like some plastic storage containers.
Bed Bath & Beyond
Round Canape Plates – $4.99
I love the notion of gussying up plain white soup cups using picture saucers or charger plates. These would be a fantastic conversation starter in a dinner celebration.
Bernardaud “Dune Blue” Soup Tureen – $790
While I tend to lean toward nominal dishes and serving pieces, I am a sucker for a beautiful tureen. The color of this one makes me swoon.
Ace Hardware Outlet
Hot/Cold Food Jar 10oz. – $8.92
I am now in love with this vintage-style thermos. It’s a stylish way to take soup for lunch, picnics or road trips.
8-piece Spoon Coffee Mug, White – $15.80
I love the concept of having a set of these for entertaining. They are a really fun way to present a flavor or soup course.
All Clad Stainless Steel Simply Soup Establish – $189
This set is a great gift idea for a soup lover — the All Clad metal ramekins are extremely exceptional.
Ramen Spoon and Fork – $14
Specially created for a ramen noodle restaurant in Japan, this “spork” is a super neat kitchen addition for lovers of Asian-inspired soups.
Culinary Growing Kit – $69.95
Fresh herbs are always a touch I add to my soup recipes, and indoor herb blossoms allow you do this yearlong.
Spouted Pourer – $11
1 thing that I love to do when entertaining is pour soup to guests’ bowls in the table. It’s an easy touch that makes soup look fitting for a dinner celebration.
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