Tomato soup all year round

The City amped up preparations yesterday in anticipation of a blizzard, shutting down the subways at 11pm and instituting a travel ban. Schools closed. We woke up this morning to about 6" of snow, well below the estimates of 1-2 feet. I'm using comp time to stay home today because the subways won't be back to regular service until noon. 

I thought now would be a good time to share a couple of recipes for tomato soup, a dish I grew up not understanding but then learned to love in college. (Magnolia's creamy tomato artichoke soup is still a must-have each time we drive up to Rochester to help Annie move in/out). 

Starting with a hearty and hearth-warming stew for the cold seasons, a winter tomato soup with bulgur

Into the warm seasons (thanks David Chang!), a cold version with feta, olives, and cucumbers.

And while we're at it, here's a whole list of interesting cold soups. 

Now to get Kev to come around on tomato soup too...

"where's the pasta for this sauce?"

image from pinterest

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