Recipe Corner: Soup’s On

Time was when the meal called supper was a light meal, taken at night—as opposed to dinner, which was a midday meal and generally a heavy, meat-and-potatoes affair. Supper was often a bowl of soup (a word that shares its origins with “supper”), possibly constructed of leftovers from dinner. Although supper has evolved into the […]

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