Soupline: Home Edition

A benefit for Housing Matters, in lieu of the April 16 live event

Where: At home; When: Right now

We’re here with a heaping spoonful of all the fixins for a fun night at home. Turn up the beats, learn some new kitchen skills, and try out a new recipe or three.


Soupline Spotify Playlist

Listen now to the free SouplineHome Edition Spotify playlist. It’s full of food-themed jams, a few tracks by the local Soupline performers, and a couple of songs about home. Turn up the volume and get ready for some quality time movin’ and groovin’ in the kitchen.

(The Joint Chiefs, one of this year’s bands, aren’t on Spotify, but you can listen to them here!)


Soup Recipes

We haven’t yet figured out how to deliver soup via the internet yet, so we hope these snazzy soup recipes will warm your heart and your belly.

Shadowbrook’s Creamy Artichoke Soup
Feeling ambitious? Make Shadowbrook’s famous creamy artichoke soup! It’s a favorite at Soupline every year.

Spring Minestrone Verde with Pistachio Pesto
Spring in a bowl, this soup is full of character. You might even have most of these ingredients on hand already.

Seven-can Soup
These days, you sometimes have to work with what’s in your pantry. And darn if it the result isn’t delicious.

Don’t love any of the above?
Order takeout or buy a gift card from your favorite local restaurants.
Check out this list of 17 Best Soups to Make During Quarantine.



Fun Kitchen Skills

Now’s a good opportunity to pick up a few new cooking tricks. Here, some tips for expanding your skill set in the kitchen!

David Kinch Teaches You How to Make a Killer Vegetable Stock
The Michelin-star chef is in the process of opening Mentone in Aptos. He was slated to make a soup for this year’s Soupline. Next best thing? Learn his tips for a great vegetable stock.

Hone Your Knife Skills
You may be a slicing, dicing wizard, but it never hurts to brush up on your knife skills. We love this series from the New York Times.

Mirepoix and More
The base of an outstanding soup is simpler than you might expect. Learn how to make a simple mirepoix (a fancy term for celery, onion and carrots) and more.



Thank You!

THANK YOU for your commitment to resolving homelessness together. We hope you found some delicious fun in this email, and hope you’ll join us at next year’s event!



Donate to Housing Matters

Didn’t have a chance to donate before the 4/16 event was canceled, but want to support the cause? Click here to make a donation in the name of Soupline! We are resolving homelessness together, every day, and we can’t do it without your support. Thank you!