One time when I was young, I visited a friend and was invited to stay for lunch. Her mother said she was making tomato soup, ordinarily one of my favorite dishes. But in my friend's house, tomato soup came from a can. When we sat down to eat, it was only my good manners that kept me from saying, "You call this tomato soup? Where's the depth of flavor from the roasted tomatoes, the sweetness from the fennel balanced with the tang from the sauerkraut, and the toothsome texture?" Yes, when it came to food, I was a precocious child. I hope you enjoy tomato soup like it should be made, with depth of flavor from the roasted tomatoes, the sweetness from the fennel, balanced with the tang from my sauerkraut.
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