Let's face it: It's really hard to not like chicken noodle soup; it's really hard not to crave it when the tips of our noses start to get cold outside, when we're feeling tired and sniffly, when we're hunkering down for the winter months and want something brothy and chicken-y and good.
You are going to eat a lot of chicken soup this winter—so you should try a lot of them.
Because many cuisines, it seems, cannot resist the brothy pull of chicken soup, each has its own version. So whether your chicken soup is simple, spicy, lemony, or tomato-ey, try a new kind this season. And then try another. You have the rest of the cold months to work through a world of chicken soups, so let's get started:
What's your favorite take on chicken soup? Are you a traditionalist when it comes to the stuff? Tell us in the comments below!
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