What’s the easiest way to help someone in need? Eating soup.
Our friends at Kettle Cuisine are offering a “Get One, Give One” coupon on their Facebook page this month. When downloaded, the coupon gives you $1 off soup AND donates a soup to the Greater Boston Area Food Banks. I downloaded mine and plan to cash in on a bowl of Thai Curry Chicken Soup, which I had the pleasure of sampling for a review last year.
Kettle Cuisine has a full line of frozen soups – all gluten-free. They’re as simple to prepare as setting the microwave, but the flavors taste restaurant quality. If you’re a traditionalist, there’s Chicken Soup with Rice Noodles and New England Clam Chowder. For those who like flavors beyond the everyday, there’s Southwestern Chicken and Corn Chowder and Chicken Chili with White Beans. And if you’re all souped-out, then you can try one of their recipes like Warm Lentil Salad with Grilled Portabella and turn their soup into a delicious, hearty sauce.
Each soup is tested to ensure it’s below 5 parts of gluten per million, which is the lowest detectable amount available with current testing. The founder’s daughter has celiac disease, so he understands the need for testing. That means you can heat and eat without concerns about cross-contamination.
Kettle Cuisine even has the environment in mind. Their website offers tips on how to recycle their plastic bowls, including fun, kid-friendly crafts like making a pinwheel or – my personal favorite – a bean bag throw game.
With all that good-doing, I’m proud that Kettle Cuisine is a member of NFCA’s GREAT Business Association, further proving their dedication to the gluten-free community. I’m also thrilled that they’re sponsoring our current Gluten-Free in College Blog Series. If you haven’t checked it out yet, hop over to www.CeliacCentral.org/college for the blog series and other resources for gluten-free college students and parents.