What do you get when you put a microphone in front of two Original Soupman Soup Club Members and best-friend-bloggers, Natalie and Dylan?
A declaration of their passion for the Original Soupman’s Soups?
A recipe for a warm, happy belly hugging your heart?
Or something else…
Int. Natalie’s Apartment – Afternoon
DYLAN: My third favorite four letter word. What of it?
NATALIE: That’s what we’re talking about today. Soup.
DYLAN: We talk about soup every single time.
NATALIE: We mention it, for sure. But today, it’s our topic of discussion. We’re doing a little blue-sky-thinking.
DYLAN: Which means …?
NATALIE: Our friends over at the Soupman have some amazing products in their soup line.
DYLAN: It’s why it’s our favorite.
NATALIE: From lobsters to lentils. Bisques to chowder. They have carefully constructed several wonderful dishes that serve as the main dish in a meal or to be part of a whole. And it really has been a blast tasting so many of them over the past few weeks and months. But what if we could create some new soups of our own? What if there were no limits to soup except your imagination?
DYLAN: Like soup that can change the future… Or give three wishes?
NATALIE: I was thinking more of a minestrone.
DYLAN: I don’t really like that many veggies in my soup.
NATALIE: You get my point though?
DYLAN: I smell what you’re cooking. I think I’ll start simple. How about a cream of mushroom soup?
NATALIE: I hate mushrooms.
DYLAN: I know.
NATALIE: Then that’s sounds delicious. For you, at the very least. French onion soup. With that thick layer of bread and cheese. One of my favorite things to do, dig down into the bowl with the spoon.
DYLAN: Not really a fan of the French.
NATALIE: That’s a practical response to a soup comment. Dislike of a country. Statue of Liberty was given by the French.
DYLAN: And fries. You’ve changed my mind. I am now neutral towards the French. OH! What about a loaded potato soup. It’s cheesy. It’s creamy. It has bacon. It very well could be the very best thing to ever exist in the history of the world. No offense, grandma!
NATALIE: She has been unseated by potatoes. How could she ever be offended? One more.
DYLAN: Me or you?
NATALIE: She-Crab soup. Meaty and rich. Can’t beat the combination.
DYLAN: I was going to say Greek lemon chicken.
NATALIE: Also a good one. So simple, so delicious.
DYLAN: I love being lazy and I love things that taste great. This was fun. Are we wrapping up?
NATALIE: Almost. BUT…
DYLAN: Here it comes. Always a surprise since you do all the prep for the show.
NATALIE: I told everyone last week, my grandmother – or abuela – has been asked to help Soupman to come up with something special. Something that really speaks to her heritage and also her fantastic culinary skill.
DYLAN: Lot of 25 cent words.
NATALIE: There will be many more details coming out in the next couple of weeks. But I’m announcing today that Original Soupman is introducing a Chicken Tortilla Soup!
DYLAN: That sounds fantastic.
NATALIE: I think it will be. She’s a special woman helping a special company. And I can’t wait until you all get to taste it. So keep an eye out.
DYLAN: Big cliffhanger this week.
NATALIE: Gotta leave ‘em wanting more.
DYLAN: I actually want more now. I’m starving.
NATALIE: Well, Starving. I’m Natalie. Next to me and Starving is Dylan #makeamemorywitheverybowl. What are the other two four letter words?
DYLAN: Quiz and love. Why?
NATALIE: No reason.