The soup was my grandfather’s pride, my grandmother always made all other dishes but the soup was his job… He had carefully selected all vegetables at the food market in the city went to the best butcher for his meat (mostly he would buy of his clients) as he was an insurance agent. The care he took making a solid broth for his soup was almost like a synchronized dance between him and his ingredients.
Whenever I am busy with soup I always find myself going back to that happy place of my childhood. I am so proud to announce that we have created some superb soups where we have put all our heart and soul in… and it shows... filled with real chunks of veggies and chicken.
Fresh and crisp vegetables with a bite combined with the rich flavour of coconut. You immediately taste the lemongrass, the chili and the firm whole muscle chicken. The first spoon takes you back to the fields of Thailand.
Big red and ripe pomodori tomatoes mixed with garlic and basil give the rich taste to this simple but underestimated Italian classic. Enriched with real buffalo mozzarella you feel like the warm Italian sun is heating your body.
What a classic made from Pumpkin and carrots straight from the field you taste the butter onions and rich cream straight away, just a little black pepper salt and garlic finishes this true autumn classic.
Try them all and you know this is not instant soup!
The question keeping me occupied lately is FAIR TRADE!! Shouldn’t trade always be fair? I personally have a saying which our business always uses, knowing: IF EVERYBODY EARNS SOMETHING NOBODY WILL COMPLAIN! But what is the general perception of what FAIRTRADE means?
Again, a though question asked by my colleagues. I immediately ask myself how is Buy on Board different from complementary on board?? Buy on board naturally costs more money but do airlines in Buy on board take different products on board than Complementary?
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