There’s nothing like a good bowl of homemade soup to start the New Year and beat the cold. The Prairie Grass Cafe offers variety throughout the month.
With Prairie Grass Cafe’s “Soup on the Go” menu in January, families will have homemade soup on hand when they’re busy, in bad weather, or too tired to cook. Soups freeze well, so you can stock up; $ 10 pints and $ 20 pints are on the takeout menu.
A variety of soups including spinach, squash, parsnips, lentils and more will be offered in rotation until January on the Prairie Grass To Go menu as well as priced at $ 8 per bowl for patrons. indoors.
“The soups are so good,” says Sarah Stegner, chef of the Prairie Grass Cafe. “As we go through another cold winter, a bowl of steaming soup can keep you and your family warm and toasty. Soups not only provide relief on freezing nights, but they can also provide you with healthy vegetables and nutrients.
“I’m passionate about eating locally as much as possible and soups are the perfect recipe for enjoying winter crops like butternut squash, carrots, parsnips and more,” Stegner says.