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The Quest for a Perfect Cup of Soup

Christmas in Clinton is this Sunday, Dec. 2 where you can choose the first winner of the "Families Helping Families Best Soup in Clinton Bowl."

The Quest for a Perfect Cup of Soup

 

Imagine strolling down East Main Street this Sunday during the Christmas in Clinton celebration warmed by sips of the best soup you’ve ever tasted. But even better than that is the chance to sample a distinctive variety of soups during the afternoon. 

Five talented chefs from Clinton restaurants are vying to make your soup dreams come true on December 2, 2012. And you can choose the first winner of the Families Helping Families Best Soup in Clinton Bowl.

Here’s how it works: Stop by Malone’s Coffee House between 2pm and 4pm. For a donation of $5.00 you will get a red bracelet identifying you as a soup judge. Enjoy a chorus of Joel School students singing Christmas songs while you sample entry #1 from Sue at Malone’s.

A visit to Chip’s Pub III lets you try yummy entry #2, prepared by Chef Eric.  Down East Main you’ll encounter entry #3 at Liberty Bank prepared by Bruno from Ceniccola’s.  And right across the street at Shore TV and Appliances, you’ll be tantalized by the delicious soup from Palmieri’s. The last entry, #5, has been simmering at Saldamarco’s, just waiting for you.

Rate each soup. Families Helping Families will pick up the ballots at 4:30pm. The winner will be awarded an engraved soup bowl trophy to be proudly displayed until next year’s contest.

Proceeds benefit Families Helping Families new initiative, working with Clinton Social Services on a quarterly basis to meet the most pressing needs of Clinton children. For further information, call 860-669-5592.

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