Chicken soup, especially in matzoh ball soup form, is Jewish penicillin, but it’s not just for those who are feeling under the weather. Chicken soup is the cure for just about everything? Are you feling sick of seeing “elf on the shelf” photos on Instagram? Are you feeling cold and sick of winter even before it starts? Are you tired of explaining why there are so many Santa’s? Are you feeling like singing Christmas carols in the shower? Are you feeling excited about going sledding and playing in the snow? Chicken soup is an equal opportunity meal. It brings you home, it keeps you grounded and whether home made or well sourced, it makes you feel good.
If you can’t make a ship soup, don’t worry about it. Grandma’s Chicken Soup Club is a wonderful gift for the soup lover among your family and friends. There are several options when you sign up. You can get matzoh balls or noodles, gluten-free with rice.
The Original ($91) is for three months of soup. It includes: one 1/2 gallon container (4-6 servings) of Grandma’s chicken soup with noodles and/or matzo balls delivered once a month for 3 consecutive months. The first package includes: A Grandma’s Chicken Soup jumbo ceramic mug, a matching jumbo spoon, Westminster Oyster Crackers, a signature carrot pen, and a hand decorated whimsical chicken cookie. There is also a Soup and Bread package that includes: one 1/2 gallon container of Grandma’s chicken soup with noodles and/or matzo balls, plus a fresh Challah bread, delivered once a month for 3 consecutive months. It doesn’t end there, there are packages for all occasions including soup with knish, latkes and babka, mac ‘n cheese, baby gifts and more
Grandma’s Chicken soup is based out of Woburn, MA run by a brother-sister crew. Soups are delivered frozen. Orders placed by 3 p.m. or sent out that day on Mondays through Thursdays. Soup can also be picked up at their sister restaurant David’s World Famous (30 Commerce Way, Woburn, MA (directly behind Market Basket). Hours are 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.. Monday – Friday.
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