Indy Style

Indy hosts SoupFest

Sample from 20 of the best restaurants in Indy as they compete for the Best Soup in the City at this year’s Indy SoupFest.

SoupFest is coming up on Sunday, February 22nd and runs from 11 a – 4 p

Tickets are $8 Adults, Children 6 and under get in free and are available now online or at the door

A portion of each ticket goes to Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana

Attendees are the judges some go for the taste and help support your favorites.

PLUS a Celebrity appearance by Seinfeld’s Soup Nazi, actor Larry Thomas (No soup for you!) who will be on site from 11:30 – 3:30

It’s comfort.  With the produce I have available every day, I have to make soup.” Chris Zinn, Your Local Deli & Market

Chris Zinn from Your Local Deli & Market – Mushroom Soup

Mushroom Soup – it’s their house speciality and served all year long

The secret to good soup is to use fresh ingredients and fresh mushrooms are readily available


Portabella and Crimini mushrooms – Shamrock Farms is their local source

Saute down and add a little Sherry

Add leeks and allow them to cook down – rinse them well

Add homemade chicken stock, heavy cream and half and half

Butter, Garlic, Secret set of spices and white pepper

The mushrooms will cook down but you want to make sure you have mushroom pieces all the way through your soup.

Everyday is a great soup day.” Lisa Sprunger, Urban Ladle

Marcie Douglass and Lisa Sprunger from Urban Ladle – Carrot Ginger Bisque with Cashew Cream


Carrot Ginger Bisque with Cashew Cream – Vegan

Start with Carrots, add a Savory Vegetable broth and Fresh Ginger – gives is a nice tang and great for the digestion

Blend with an immersion blender.

To give is a creamy feel fold in Cashew Cream (Soak cashews in water over night then blend)

Salt and pepper to taste

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