Soup With Bread Or Crackers?

When you eat soup, do you prefer to have it with bread, or with crackers?

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Soup With Bread Or Crackers?

4 thoughts on “Soup With Bread Or Crackers?”

  1. I’ve been a lifelong crackers person — I prefer to crush up the crackers, stir it in the soup, and let it sit for awhile.

    However, I married a bread person, so I’ll admit to increasing my bread-with-soup consumption over the last two decades. The bread, it seems to me, is messier.

  2. I’m torn. I love the crushed crackers thickening up a soup. Crackers also seem very kid-like, and there is joy there.

    That said, Rebecca makes great breads for dipping in soup and cleaning up the sides of the bowl. Yum.

    Rebecca’s bread wins.

  3. I have to go with bread. I make different breads depending on the soup. Dumplings for chicken soup, garlic cheese biscuits for clam chowder, crusty sourdough for cioppino, pretzel bread for broccoli cheddar soup etc.
    The one exception is tomato soup. That requires crackers!

  4. Bread! Rustic. Crunchy outside, chewy inside. Perfect for dipping (or just buttered on the side, which I prefer). Better yet: any French-Canadians out there who enjoy buttered “ploye” (buckwheat) pancakes with their stew? Similar to the Ethiopian injera pancakes, but thicker.

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