Around the Bowl

Soups of the world – Recipes from around the globe & some creations of my own

Just a Note


Hello dear foodies of the world!

Soup season is leaving on my side of the world and wonderful spring and summer are ahead of us, so what is going to happen in Around the Bowl? Well, with your permission I’ll be posting cold soups (not my specialty therefore I’ll be experimenting along the way) but also non-soupy dishes that I’d love to share with you.

Of course, at home we eat hot soups or stews during summer as well, that I’ll keep publishing too. Think, for instance, of South Eastern Asia, with its delicious curries and laksas, or India with its mouth-watering cuisine eaten in the tropical heat.

If, on the contrary, autumn is coming in your corner of the world, you have a lot of ideas already posted to give it a proper welcome!

Anyway, the spirit will remain the same: to discover and share flavours from around the world, bring them to our kitchens to enjoy and celebrate different cultures through their cuisine!

Hope to see you around, happy equinox to everybody!

6 thoughts on “Just a Note

  1. Yes, the picture is beautiful. Here in Sicily we don’t take much soup, summer or winter. We must have past at every meal!:)


  2. What a gorgeous photo! We eat soup all year round but I agree that when the weather changes, well, it’s time to ring the change in the food we eat too! Looking forward to seeing what delights you have ahead for us. I’ve posted a few different gazpacho recipes over the last few years so it will be interesting to see if you post any as summer eventually makes it’s way towards us 🙂


    • I need to practice my gazpacho, because, as much as I love it, my few attempts to make my own haven’t been very successful, is a challenge I have this summer. I will certainly start by your recipes! I need to find my own “punto del gazpacho” 🙂


  3. It’s never too hot for soup 😀


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