Glenn Lindgren: There’s something about a good hot Cuban soup that gets the blood flowing and gets everyone
Raúl Musibay: ...in between slurping...
Glenn Lindgren: ...and soon everyone is in a party mood.
Raúl Musibay: Many of the best Cuban soups came from Spain, the mother country.
Glenn Lindgren: Cuban soups are great, robust dishes that you can serve as a starter or as the main course.
Caldo Gallego is a spectacular, yet humble, white bean soup.
Fabada Asturiana is the signature dish of Asturias -- full of tender white beans and chunks of salty, smoky ham.
Gazpacho faturing fresh garden vegetables in a chilled tomato base, perfect for a hot day.
Sopa de Crema de Queso is made with Gouda cheese that melts easily and makes a deliciously rich soup.
A Cuban chicken stew like you have never experienced before! (Unless you're from Cuba, then you'll surely want to try it again!)
Sopa de Ajo is a savory blend of mild garlic and hearty bread in a soup you can almost eat with a fork.
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