. Fall Soup Contest! Seriously Soupy

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Fall Soup Contest!

Tell me about your favorite fall soup and you might win this book and more!
First of all, thank you to everyone that voted and supported me throughout the Project Food Blog contest. Although I didn't move on past the 2nd round, I got a lot of the short-lived competition. I cooked a soup I never thought I would (Malaysian Mutton!), experimented with new ingredients that I will use again (hello, cardamom) and defined myself as a food blogger - not to mention discovered some amazing food blogs.

With the contest over, I've been able to focus and start organizing a fall soup tasting party that I am having at Jimmy's 43 in NYC. For this one-year anniversary of soupy/taste testing event, there will be soup games, door prizes, seasonal drinks, and the chance to try four fall soups as well as instructions on how to make them. I know the three soups that I will be making, but I wanted the fourth one to be a choice by you - the reader. Please click here to take this quick survey about what your favorite fall soup is and why. The winning response will be featured on the site and at the party and receive a copy of the book "Everyday Food - Fresh Flavor Fast." Good luck - the contest closes on October 12th and results will be posted on October 13th.

The soup event will be held on October 20th in NYC- if you are interested in attending, please email me at seriouslysoupy@gmail.com.

Fall Soup Contest:
Official Entry Form
Contest Ends: October, 12th
Winner Announced: October, 13th


  1. Baked Acorn Squash Soup is my favorite fall soup. It's not only delicious but it's healthy too!

  2. Hi Nancy!
    I just checked out your post and recipe - looks amazing! Can you enter why you love the soup in the official entry form to qualify for the contest - http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FF2ZST2

  3. Cardamom is amazing, isn't it?? LOVE. horray for learning/tasting new things!

  4. I love #PFB2010 because it helped me find your blog :) And a blog full of soup is just amazing to me!! A soup tasting even sounds awesome; I wish I was just a tad bit closer to NYC :)