A few weeks ago, I found myself on the phone with Deena Prichep talking about Soup Swap. We had a bad connection, so we arranged to try a seldom used landline in our house the next day for an interview. Our land line is in our kitchen, all tile and hard surfaces, so I lined a small corner of it with every blanket and pillow in the house and hung down comforters from our pot racks to soften the sound.
She did what they could with sound engineer, but I still sound like I’m calling in from a far, frozen tundra where the only thing people live on is soup. Thankfully, I sound excited about it!
It has been a real treat to have soup swappers and those who want to be here in the Northwest drop us a line after hearing the story on the radio. It’s an easy affair to organize, a great way to get some healthy variety in your meals, and a swell way to get to know the folks around you better.
Finally, if you like Deena’s point of view as much as we do, you can follow her food blog, right here: Mostly Foodstuffs