Feel Better with Ted’s Get Well Soup

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  • January 14, 2022

On the first week of 2022, I found myself sending more get well wishes than new year greetings. The usual optimism at the beginning of every calendar has been dampened by news of way too many people getting sick.

If you’re looking for ways to send some tender loving care to support the recovery and healing of your loved ones, here’s a suggestion: Get Well Soup from Ted’s Kitchen.

The frozen single-serve packs are super easy to reheat, even the weak and groggy can manage. Just dunk the bags in boiling water or snip the bags open, place the frozen slab in a bowl, and zap in the microwave.

There are five variants available:
1) Pumpkin and Ginger
2) Three Mushrooms and Roasted Garlic
3) Chicken Minestrone
4) Roasted Red Pepper, and Tomato
5) Broccoli, Potato, and Bacon

“All natural, no MSG, no preservatives,” guarantees chef Day Salonga.

“And it’s not just for those who are sick,” he points out.

I was perfectly healthy when I had my Get Well Soup and I enjoyed each hearty bowl, generous with ingredients! Every spoonful was tasty and soothed like a hug.

The box of 3 is a very thoughtful and practical gift. At P450, it includes a piece of sourdough bread.
If you would like add more to the set, it’s P125 per pack of soup.
For a la carte, each pack of soup is priced at P155.
The soup can be stored in the freezer for up to a month so it’s safe to keep a stash. If you’d like more bread, add P150 for another sourdough loaf.

Ted’s Kitchen is located in Sta. Cruz, Laguna.

Delivery to Metro Manila is every Saturday, cut off for orders is Wednesdays. Dispatch is from a commissary in Quezon City.

For inquiries and orders, visit Ted’s Kitchen Laguna on Facebook  or Ted’s Laguna on Instagram.



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