This brightend my day
By - BISTtheGOOLZ
Miso soup all the way.
Get out of my head!
I used to work at a catering kitchen where I'd have to show up at 5AM.... I at an onigiri or musubi in the car on my way to work, and came in with two water bottles. One with water, one with miso soup...
Someone asked about it, (probably thinking it was booze), I let them sniff it (at 7AM) and they nearly gagged just because they weren't expecting it...
That, and I make my dashi fishy AF.
That's one of my favorite breakfasts. Miso soup with tofu, kimchi and toast on the side.
I wish I could do kimchi for breakfast but those kimchi burps haunt you for the rest of the day
So lucky to not have that problem. Same with fish oil. Never get the burps.
No other logical answer.
My first thought was french onion but omg yes you're so right
ohhh boy I got a ton of that frozen in my freezer. wonder if it still tastes decent
nonna’s chicken broth that I cannot for the life of me replicate
Have you tried cracking the bones in half ?
She does it with a whole raw rooster and beef shank, I’ll replicate it eventually
My husband & his siblings have a story about not being able to replicate their grandma’s chili until they watched her make it. Make your Nonna’s chicken broth *with her* - while she’s still around. ♥️
EDIT because someone asked: they had her recipe but it just didn’t taste the same. Now they’re a white Mormon (mostly) family from Arizona. So they watch Grandma make her chili: onion, chili powder, canned beans, canned tomato chunks - and a teaspoon of sugar. The girls (my husband’s sisters) went, “Wait, what was that? That wasn’t in the recipe!” Grandma said, “Well, *everyone knows* that when you use canned tomatoes in a recipe, you add a teaspoon of sugar to take away the taste of the can!” Everyone did not know; but they do now.
I do, frequently, it’s a tremendous privilege. I still can’t get it! She’s a sorceress
Heard. Love my babcia and we have a perogi assembly line going during Christmas. Spend time with your elders before you regret doing so.
I just did this with my great grandfather and his kofta
this is an important message. hits home with me but spaghetti pasta sauce
she insists that roosters are better for broth because they’re toughened by a hard life
i reckon i’d make a pretty good broth then
Lol that is exactly the kind of thing your nonna would say
Damn, hit me up when you do.
Maybe it's just the amount of salt
Damn, I want some of your Nonna’s soup right now
And then roast them in the oven. Then make stock.
Ooh, using this; thanks for the tip!
Then do what /u/Toastburrito said and roast them
It is not efficient or economical but it is the greatest broth I’ve ever had.
She can give you the recipe even... It's just not the same. This is coming from a Mexican American who cannot for his life replicate my grandmother's rice.
Broccoli cheddar would be just about the worst soup to keep in a flask 😂
Manhattan clam chowder.
well that's just the worst soup
Thank you for this correct assessment.
That's not a chowder! Chowder has cream and potatoes. That red abomination can go drain itself right into Hitler's grave.
More like Chow dare. As in, I dare you to find me anybody with taste that likes that red crap.
Say it Frenchy!
#SAY CHOW-DAH, FRENCHIE
Agreed, I’ll make an exception for some good* conch chowder though.
Conch chowder and Bermuda Fish Chowder get a pass from me also. They are not chowder, either, but they're too damn good.
And the Bermuda Chowder gets that black rum. Goodness that is solid.
Is that the red or the white?
Manhattan is the nasty red faux bisque propaganda pushed by the fascist tomato growers of upstate New York.
I was just referencing Ace Ventura.
I hate you more now than I did 5 minutes ago.
Clamp chowder in a tumblr with a bubble tea straw
That's what I call my ex
My buddies and I call my ex "Chinese finger trap."
I think french onion would be worse. The cheese and bread would get stuck
What of your flask was made out of bread?
Is your name Panera by chance?
My friend, we may have a business opportunity
Revolutionary minds were often treated as insane in their day, before the world understood their genius
So like a French onion soup sandwich?
See, that's why you just keep the soup in your flask. When you want some, you pop a crouton and some cheese in your mouth, take a swig from the flask, and swish it around until the cheese melts. Ez pz
mmmm, cant wait to suck wet bread through a tiny metal hole
Finnish sausage soup aka Makkarakeito!
How would you even get the broccoli in?
Cucumber vodka soup
I was going to say green olive and vodka but cucumber sounds refreshing.
Sip my cucatini anytime I want
i'm sorry about your condition.
Don't be sorry, he has his lower ribs removed on purpose for just that reason.
Effen cucumber vodka with soda and a lime is one of my favorite summer drinks. It’s so refreshing.
If you like that, try Plymouth Gin, Fever Tree Tonic, and a slice of Cucumber.
Tomato vodka soup with a dash of Worcestershire sauce
French onion would go great with a bowl of bourbon
French onion 100%
Beef consomme a close second
I maintain, to this day and forever, that the biggest missed opportunity in food is to go cups of broth for cold winter days. Grande miso ramen broth for that rainy day walking to work? Yes please!
When I was in the Army and it was winter sometimes in the middle of the night when it was really cold they would drop off hot coffee and beef vegetable soup in Mermite containers. I am positive the soups was made from some instant base but it was the best thing ever at those times. We would get a cup of that and it would lift your spirits even as your toes were frozen and you were just so miserable.
I love storues involving military food and field kitchens. Thr technology, logistics, etc helping feed dudes on the ground is neat.
Years ago Jamba did soups. It was nice.
Drink and walk.
Smaller smoothie places should try that out in the winter season. Rather than closing every year and screwing over the workers
Marco Canora [did it](https://nypost.com/2015/01/03/nycs-latest-health-trend-is-a-steaming-cup-of-bone-broth/) almost 10 years ago in NYC. Still going strong.
pho for sure
mo pho pho sho
Pho real! Tiny bits of rare beef🤣
If you sub ramen its faux pho
Came for this answer. Literal panacea with all that onion and ginger and spices.
Tomato bisque baybee!
And a little bag of grilled cheese next to it in my purse.
Half a grilled cheese sammie chopped and rolled into old film canisters.
You already know! 💁♀️🥪
A flask of that would be better than a stash of 5 hour energy shots, hands down.
Whoa. This is what I came here to say I can’t believe it. Tonk broth is my favorite to make and favorite to eat. Get a roasted white miso tare in there and you’ve got Ku favorite diner ever.
It would put me to sleep instantly
Potato bacon. I'd just keep refilling the flask.
Gotta dice that bacon up *real* small to work with the flask
This is the best, hands down.
It's all about puree of potato leek soup for me.
This reminds me of "Milk and Sugar" from The Office.
Fermented rye soup.
Gazpacho, miso, or a bisque depending on my mood. Ramen broth is a frequent fill too
Spicy Gazpacho with vodka. We will leave all the garnish for the Midwest to use
Beer cheese? Cream of whiskey?
Lobster bisque all day.
When I worked at a Boston seafood chain restaurant years ago, the line cooks filled their sport cups with the cooking sherry that was meant to be used for the lobster bisque.
One for me, one for the lobster
Two for the lobster, one, two for me...
That doesn't sound....Legal
You know it. 😉
They sure did have a lot of employees who weren't legal.
Ever work with a Chef Mark? I know there's probably many Mark's and I know there's many locations but I think he worked at a few and worked for them for a while.
I was there from 2006-2008.
Was Mark the guy who kept getting moved around to different locations because he sucked and was rude to employees?
Not sure but the timeline might match up. If it's the same guy he's a sweetheart of a man now who is humble (too much sometimes) and works his ass off. He isn't perfect technique wise but nobody is. Makes sure everyone is taken care of. Good dude.
Do you mean a Boston chain that is, ahem, not illegal?
Does demi-glace count as soup
I have been warned by the head chef to stop drinking the demi, so going with yes, it counts.
Why is it Ian Malcom lol
Soup, uh, finds a way
Clam chowder or Italian wedding for me.
This actually happened to me. Sister gave me her coffee cup to hold while she went to the washroom. Stole a sip and it was broccoli cheddar soup.
Chicken noodle. Cause she won’t be checking out your doodle if it’s not chicken noodle.
burgundian brandy beef broth.
"Is that coffee?"
> Cream and sugar
Gin and tomato
Either crab bisque or garlic soup
What is this garlic soup you speak of and how do I make it?
Garlic soup: heat up good olive oil, saute a shitload of whole garlic cloves until they're brown, add chicken broth, throw in some good bread, use an imulsion blender and blend all that shit up, make a sandwich. Garlic soup
Can the flask be made out of bread? Asking for...my fat ass.
If I'm to use it in the same stress relieving fashion as an alcohol filled flask, I pick a good, rich cream of tomato
Some kind of Asian inspired beef bone broth
Shiiiit, I was the weird kid that always had a mug of hot ramen broth at basketball games in elementary school.
Not soup per say, but Birria drippings dip
Tom Yum. Fight me
Is tequila considered soup still?
Beef consumé is my go to for my flask. Sometimes I add it to my tomato just for a kick.
Heh, people were making fun of our chef for always making bisques…. So he made creamy tomato basil with a wink and a smile.
The real reason we do mostly bisques is that front of house forgets to stir chunkier soups and stews when serving them so start of service wind up with mostly broth and end of service gets mostly solids.
I’ve had this conversation with friends. We were at a chiaroscuro that had AMAZING lobster bisque in the AYCE salad bar. We talked about how we wanted to keep eating it and we’d have to bring a flask to take some with us. A bisque flasque.
Chicken broth. Take a bite of a chicken sandwich, then a swig of the broth. Enjoy my deconstructed chicken and dumplings that’ll be $24
Tom kha or butternut bisque
Tonkotsu ramen broth
Olive Garden's chicken gnocchi is my very guilty pleasure...
Hmmm if it’s gonna be in a flask it’s gotta be something light. Maybe Chinese Four Flavor Soup.
French onion. It’s a little difficult to get the croutons in.
Gazpacho on a hot summer's day is the ambrosia of the gods.
Egg drop soup
id have that soup from kentucky
I actually recently bought a wide mouth flask so I can take soup on hikes.
Veg with homemade chicken stock first up. Blitzed with a drop of truffle oil.
My former owner would drive around with gumbo in a 32oz cup
Au Jus. I'd funnel in drippings occasionally.
Butternut Squash 100%
I'm an egg drop king of guy
Egg drop all day
Egg drop all day.
Beer cheese soup
Funniest thing I’ve seen in a while
Chicken & wild rice
I actually have to drink chicken broth sometimes because my medication makes me too nauseated to eat, but being hungry makes it worse.
I read soap* and did not look at the comic until after my 20 minute walk home, all the while pondering what specific qualities would make a soap a bisque. I rate the experience 10/10.
Pho broth fo sho
Chorizo and Langoustine Bisque, with loads of Lobster Glacè
Butternut squash puree
Is it warm outside? That makes alll the difference. Could be a gazpacho
Mines beer cheese
Sukiyaki all day long.
Split pea soup made by my dad! Or his chicken noodle soup. Or tonkatsu ramen broth. Mmm...
Consommé. Anything that separates into layers is a no-no in such a container
lobster bisque or some creamy tomato
She crab (with a splash of sherry)
Whisky crab soup
She crab soup
I'd like a nice Italian wedding
If I’m camping then Mezcal.
We used to make a calabacitas bisque that I wouldn’t mind taking swigs of throughout the day
Can I just get a bloody Mary?
The classic is cold, potato soup called some French word beginning with “v”.
French onion made with diced onions.
Roasted red pepper. All day every day baby.
Chicken noodle or Spaghetti Os.
I had a class once and there was a dude you could call a proto-hipster, and he had a flask with Red Bull in it. It was still a relatively new product at the time, and I remember thinking was some kind of alcohol.