|Do you know a bouillon from a consommé? A chowder from a gumbo? A menudo from a mulligatawny?
Our new Soup Glossary is the latest of our 70+ food glossaries: mini-courses in learning in everything from A (antioxidant foods) through Y (yogurt—there’s no Z yet, but zucchini is in our Squash Glossary).
You’ll have fun perusing pretty pictures of soup as you learn the different types of soups and the history.
Instant ramen noodle soup was invented in Japan in 1956 (and where would the college students of America be without it?). Before then everyone in Japan enjoyed fresh ramen noodle soup with hand-cut noodles, which came from China at the turn of the 20th century.
The very word “supper” comes from “soup,” which used to be the evening meal for less affluent people (i.e., most people).
Can you name this soup? Photo courtesy
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