Monday, November 19, 2007

Gourmet Burgers in a Soup?

There are so many great kinds of soup that it is difficult to compare them and choose one favorite. So I will bring you some different ones from time to time. Aside from gourmet soup in restaurants, most often we are buying soup at the grocery store. For me, I prefer a soup that "eats like a meal." Campbell's classic Chicken Noodle soup is highly recommended, but it doesn't fill the stomach. That's why I tend to eat Campbell's Chunky soup.

Sirloin Burger is the world champion. In each can or microwave cup, you will find sizzling, real hamburgers fresh off the grill. Check the grill marks on these delicious burgers if you don't believe me. Then try the hearty beef broth, which was obviously perfected by a master chef decades ago and offers the same gourmet, nostalgic flavor it did in the 1970s. It must have taken tremendous effort to create a broth that perfectly compliments the burgers and vegetables while still tasting great by itself.

But that's not all. You also get potatoes, tender peas, and fresh, French-cut green beans. You'll have to go over the serving size a bit, but the sodium and fat levels are surprisingly lower than you'd expect. Garcon, another bowl of Sirloin Burger, si vous plait.

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