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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Carolyn talks soup

It was a day when the local restaurants and businesses around the Gazebo marking the town center and along its four spokes joined together to offer the day’s taste treats to those who participated.

Many of the local businesses sponsored a soup table to a restaurant, which prepared one of their soups to serve in small amounts. Believe me, the small samples filled the empty belly very quickly. After a while the common statement was “I’m so full…the soup’s were so good.”

At many of the stops they served meat-based soup. I had the opportunity to feast on Monte’s share of lobster bisque (Ligonier Tavern), ham & bean (Ligonier Camp & Conference Center), and Irish potato soup (Ligonier Lanes/Wicked Googly) because he is a vegetarian.