Get Your Soup On!

10 Comments 19 April 2010

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Have you tried Kettle Cuisine soup yet? I have to be honest, the thought of soup didn't initially get me excited. It wasn't until after I tasted these soups that I could fully appreciate them along with their dedication to quality and ease of use. Then I got so excited that I scored you some coupons!


My favorite one out of the bunch that are not only gluten-free, but corn- and dairy-free was the Roasted Vegetable. You know what I'm thinking? That these fresh tasting frozen soups are worth keeping in the freezer at work – even in the summer when the a/c is for some crazy reason cranked to -15 below zero! (Why do "they" do that? And who are "they"?) I also stashed a Chicken Noodle in the back of my freezer at home, just in case I get hit with a cold.

Kettle Cuisine is an independent, artisan soup maker committed to cooking uncompromised soup by treating food the way it is supposed to be treated at every step of the way – sourcing the best natural ingredients, preparing each ingredient with painstaking attention to detail, and never adding anything unnecessary or artificial. 

Their line of all natural, gluten-free frozen soups was inspired by a very personal motivation to serve the gluten-free consumer community with great tasting, real food meals. The founder's daughter, Kate, was diagnosed with celiac disease at an early age and the void of great tasting prepared food options at the time was abundantly obvious. Today, they are proud to offer some of Kate's favorite Kettle Cuisine recipes, cooked with no compromise in taste and no gluten. 

Their savory soups, hearty chilis, and rich chowders are available in convenient, single serving bowls that are ready-to heat and can be found in your grocer's natural food freezer.

If you happen to see Kettle Cuisine at a gluten-free event, it is likely that  you will have the opportunity to meet the Director of Consumer Outreach, Lorna Shafir. Lorna is Kettle Cuisine's very own Gluten-Free Soup Mom who has over 20 years of experience finding and cooking foods that were safe for her daughter Kate to eat. Lorna is actively involved in the celiac disease community with numerous education, advocacy and support groups. She is thrilled to be able to serve our community with all natural, great tasting, wholesome and convenient real food options that they have been missing for so long.


Click here to get your coupon! Be sure to tell them you heard about it from Celiac Chicks!


Once you have enjoyed your soup you can enter to win more!

Go to Kettle Cuisine's fan page on Facebook.

Post your creative description of the soup (under 150 words) that Kettle Cuisine might want to use to promote the product. Your entry must be posted by midnight EST May 3rd, 2010.

The most unique and best written response will win a gift pack of 10 soups.

Go on now, get your soup on!!!

This post and giveaway was generously sponsored by Kettle Cuisine.

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10 Comments so far

  1. 1

    Thank you for alerting me to the coupon. I love their soups! Joined the fan page, but it wasn’t clear where to post the 150 brilliant words I have yet to write. 🙂

  2. 2
    Kelly says:

    I thought they just wanted it on the wall. I’ll double check. wow…you already know that you love the soup! What a great testimonial! 🙂

  3. 3
    GFree_Miel says:

    I love Kettle Cuisine! Their soups were some of the first that I tried upon being diagnosed with Celiac. I’m definitely entering that contest!

  4. 4

    That looks like a great soup – can’t wait to try it!

    Wanted to let you know that http://www.knowledgesafari.com is having a giveaway from Sprinkles cupcakes – they have a new gluten free red velvet cupcake! Yum!

  5. 5
    Kelly says:

    OK, I double checked and YES, just post it on their wall. 🙂 Have fun!

  6. 6
    Liz Granda says:

    Thanks for the coupon! I practically lived on these soups all winter. I first discovered them at Whole Foods and quickly made my way thru the entire variety!

  7. 7
    Heather says:

    Can anybody tell me if the coupon has already expired. I went through all the steps, hit “get a coupon” and the next page simply said “thank you”, with a store locator on the right. How do I get my coupon? I can’t find an expiration date in the info above nor at the soup web site.


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    Leslie Kipling says:

    Thank you! I was looking for other resources to go along with this set of cookbooks with 300 recipes Over 300 gluten free recipes – I love your site and have never heard of Kettle Cuisine but will look for it now. (I have shared your link and hope you will publish mine too. I am recovering from complications and receive a few cents when people click on my links.)


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