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Adelaide’s Talented Chefs Unite For East End Cellars Soup Kitchen

Wednesday’s are serving up hearty soups crafted by chefs from our fave restaurants – and it’s all to support those doing it tough on the streets this winter.

Every winter we realise that there is nothing more comforting than soup. It soothes from within. Well, Adelaide’s newest soup kitchen at East End Cellars will be making sure the warmth is multiplied all along the Adelaide city streets this winter, thanks to their newest initiative.

Kicking off this week, very Wednesday until the 17th of July, hearty soups will be on offer at the Tasting Room’s pop up soup kitchen, cooked, and served from some of the city’s favourite chefs.

One of the soups from last year’s soup kitchen

Each week a different, talented chef will be serving their delicious soups and warm crusty bread for only $15.

Profits from the soup sales will donated to help those less fortunate and doing it tough on the streets this winter.

Tomorrow, head in and warm up with a parsnip, cheddar & wakame soup cooked by Simon Bryant

We have also been given access to the lineup of upcoming chefs, so be sure to pop these in your diary!

Wed 19th June: Simon Bryant
Wed 26th June: Cheong Liew
Wed 3rd July: Sharon Romeo & David Swain – Fino at Seppeltsfield
Wed 10th July: Duncan Welgemoed – Africola
Wed 17th July: Toby Gush – Chianti

What a great cause to get on board with!

What: Tasting Room Soup Kitchen
Where: 25 Vardon Avenue, Adelaide
When: Every Wednesday from 12.30pm

For more info, check out their Facebook page here.

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