. First Annual NYC Souperama! Seriously Soupy

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

First Annual NYC Souperama!

In case you haven't read on my facebook or twitter pages Seriously Soupy is participating in the First Annual NYC Souperama this Saturday, March 6th. Held at Jimmy's No. 43, you'll be able to sample a soup from me, as well as from the 15 other soup enthusiasts all afternoon (1pm-5pm) for 20 bucks (all money is donated to the charities-Harbor Hope and the Fresh Air Fund). Since I found out about this event this week I have been trying to come up with the perfect soup-one that is a. obviously tasty and original and b. is also not too intricate to make since I have to cook for 200 people (it is only 2ounce servings, but still). Going back-and-forth between some of my favorites, I finally decided on the soup and it is definitely one I hadn't planned on featuring, but now makes sense. I know, no real info there, but I will say that it is a soup that I have featured on the site and one that is my new favorite (hint, hint). Hope you can make in down to Jimmy's No. 43 and I look forward to eating some soup with you!

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Event Info:
Date: Saturday, March 6, 2010
Time: 1:00-5:00pm
Location: Jimmy's No. 43
43 East 7th Street
You can also find out additional information about the event on Jimmy's No. 43 blog.

Event details from the organizers:

The First Annual NYC Souperama! On Saturday, March 6 from 1:00- 5:00 PM soup-lovers should find their way to Jimmy's No. 43 for a day dedicated to delicious soups and the people who make them! $20 at the door will benefit Harbor Hope, a non-profit organization developing educational cooking programs for those with special needs, and The Fresh Air Fund, a not-for-profit agency, providing free summer experiences to New York City children from disadvantaged communities.

Approximately 15 soups will be scored by a panel of judges. Judges include:

· Cathy Erway, author of The Art of Eating In and Not Eating Out In New York.

· Jake Schiffman from The Food Network

· Gabrielle Langholz, editor of Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn

· Sherri Brooks Vinton, food writer

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