Tried serving your soup inside a bread roll yet? Come on, what are you waiting for …
Now, we know there's kind of an uproar over the distinct lack of plates in some eateries with slate, wood and even a mini picnic bench being used to serve up food.
But it's soup's turn to be hosted in something a little different. We've got some delicious recipes and some amazing serving ideas. Go on, you know you want to …
A whole sourdough boule overflowing with crab and clam chowder. Talk about using your loaf.
Choose the fattest cucumbers you can find, scoop out the flesh with a teaspoon or melon baller and fill with broccoli soup. Great for G&Ts too.
You'll need a lovely bunch of coconuts to serve this theatrical dish. Fill each half with this fragrant Thai soup so the Asian-inspired flavours work together.
Not just for Halloween clearly. Roast some baby pumpkins whole in the oven for a rustic, washed-out look and use the soft flesh to make a delicious pumpkin soup.
Full marks for presentation. The carrot hearts clinched it. A gazpacho, served ice-cold, would work well in this, too.
A watermelon with cut-out zig-zag edges certainly makes for a funky serving bowl. Liquidise the flesh with lemon juice and fresh mint to taste and you've got one shocking pink soup.
Buy peppers with flat bottoms so they stand up all on their own and fill with ready-made soup of a contrasting colour.
Cut the tops off crusty cobs, hollow them out and fill with a cheddar and broccoli soup. Use the doughy filling for breadcrumbs or make treacle tart for dessert.
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