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How to Observe National Soup Month (January) in Cary

(The Triangle Trend) — Campbell’s founded National Soup Month in 1986, so that now, in the chill of January, we can all warm up with piping hot bowls of comfort.

From your own home-cooked chicken noodle soup to your Grandma’s beloved clam chowder, there’s no shame in admitting that soup has a special spot in your heart.

A meal doesn’t have to be fancy to be thoroughly satisfying, and that’s exactly what soup is. The easiest way to celebrate this unique national observance is to make your favorite soups all month long and try some new ones while you’re at it. Use #NationalSoupMonth to post on social media and spread the word.

While you’re out and about, here are the top Cary spots to get your soup fix.

CoreLife Eatery

200 Crossroads Blvd, Suite 100, Cary, NC 27518

Known for being a health foodie’s heaven, CoreLife Eatery offers a more than generous selection of freshly prepared, slow-simmered bone broths. Their bone broth selection consists of four types: Spicy Ginger Steak & Rice Noodle, Chicken & Rice Noodle Broth Bowl, Coconut Curry Chicken Soup, and Chicken Tortilla & Chipotle Chicken. They also offer a tomato basil vegetable broth and a broccoli cheddar vegetable broth. Their “Just the Broth” bowls consist of solely 12 oz. or 32 oz. of Vegetable Broth, Chicken Broth, or Beef Bone Broth.

Banana Leaf

1026 Ryan Rd, Cary, NC 27511

Banana Leaf has eleven kinds of noodle soup, including Malaysian Coconut Soup, Vegetable Tofu Soup, Minced Beef Coriander Soup, Special Seafood Bean Curd Soup, and Tofu Duck Bone Soup. Prices start as low as $2.95 for select soups.

Boston Market

1397 Kildaire Farm Rd, Cary, NC 27511

Though Boston Market only boasts one kind of soup on their menu, we’ve heard it’s far too delicious to go without a mention. Their Rotisserie Chicken Noodle Soup is a rich broth filled with “dumpling-style noodles with all-natural rotisserie chicken and garden vegetables.” Yes, you read that right—dumpling-style noodles!

Goji Bistro

100 Maynard Crossing Ct, Cary, NC 27513

Goji Bistro offers five kinds of soup: Classic Egg Drop Soup, Classic Hot & Sour Soup, Goji Noodle Soup, Tom Yum Soup, and Wonton Soup.

Noodle Boulevard

1718 Walnut St, Cary, NC 27511

Noodle Boulevard offers seventeenkinds of noodle soup, all ranging from $11 to $14. Some of their delicious options are Tonkotsu Ramen with Marinated Pork, Miso Tofu Ramen, Spicy Seafood Kimchi Ramen, Duck Ramen, and Shrimp Tempura Udon.

Kathmandu Kitchen

1275 NW Maynard Rd, Cary, NC 27513

Kathmandu serves Himalayan food and three kinds of soup, a Mixed Vegetable Soup with “Seasonal vegetables simmered with spices & herbs”; a Lentil Soup with “Velvety Yellow lentils simmered with cumin”; and a Creamy Mushroom Soup with “Mushroom slices cooked in a thick, creamy sauce with herbs.”

All three are gluten-free and offered as mild, mild-plus, or medium. The Mixed Vegetable Soup and Lentil Soup are both vegan-friendly and priced at $5.99. The Creamy Mushroom Soup is vegetarian-friendly and priced at $7.99.

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Cierra Smith | Editor

Raleigh-born writer passionate about cultural awareness and social change. You’ll typically find me somewhere studying a language, writing, or doing pilates. Consider me a health-conscious foodie with an interest in all diets and lifestyles.

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