Joule in Wallingford hosts weekly soup suppers. Photo courtesy Joule.

Regular readers of this blog know soup is sort of our thing right now. It appears Stranger staffers maintain similar sentiments—in this week’s paper a feature titled Soup! catalogs their favorite bowls.

One mention especially worth calling out is the soup-centric Sunday suppers at Joule. A couple weeks back the Wallingford favorite rolled out the winter series (dubbed “Best Soup in Town”, which we’re inclined to believe) happening every Day of Rest until March 27.

The supper costs $25 for adults, $10 for kids, and the menu switches weekly. Past offerings meant pork kimchi stew and cassoulet; coming up January 30 is Hungarian goulash to be followed by “red hot” chili, dungeness crab cioppino, and whole bunch of other promising globetrotters (the menu is available on Joule’s Facebook page). With the soup comes up to seven dishes served family style.

To reserve a seat, call 206-632-1913.

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