A Minestrone Soup to counter a cold breeze!

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Hello friends and fellow foodies!!

The cool breeze has been blowing for some weeks already in Santo Domingo and it feels like Christmas! For many of you in cooler countries, it probably more than just a cool breeze, which is why I share today this minestrone soup we had a few weeks ago, when we were visiting NYC.

Those days were terribly cold for us, coming from the Caribbean, as the temperature was around 34 F (Around 1 C) So that Sunday, after visiting the 9/11 Memorial we looked for a place to warm up close-by and found this small cafe where we had this Minestrone soup.

Minestrone soup doesn’t really have strict rules. It is generally composed of seasonal vegetables, sometimes a broth, etc. This one was a simple soup, just fresh vegetables. Truly marvelous.

It is traditional have it with crackers and so we did! It adds great texture!

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About Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Escritor. Consultor. Historiador. Cocinero tradicional Dominicano. (Writer. Consultant. Historian. Dominican traditional food cook)
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