Short Winter Soups owner Tova Boehm makes soups and salads, using local ingredients. She is expanding her reach to customers by allowing them to pick up their food from LoMo Market, a mobile farmers’ market that sets up at locations throughout the Triangle.
Short Winter Soups customers will soon be able to pick up their food at these weekend locations: On Saturdays at The Preserve, Briar Chapel and Bell Meadowmont in Chapel Hill; Bedford at Falls River, Saturday Market & Renaissance Park in Raleigh. On Sundays, Watts Hillandale, Trinity Park and Hope Valley Farms North in Durham; Clairmont at Brier Creek, The Circle and Glenwood South in Raleigh.
A quart of soup costs $115 for an eight-week subscription. A quart of soup and a pint of salad costs $171 for an eight-week subscription. The next subscription goes from late April to June.
A menu isn’t available because the soups are made based on what’s in season each week. But here’s an example of what customers have received: Japanese sweet potato with miso and ginger soup, Southwestern rutabaga chowder, asparagus Vichyssoise and golden beet minestrone. A few examples of salads include roasted cauliflower and chickpea salad, Le Puy lentil salad with balsamic butternut squash and coconut glass noodle salad with pickled carrot.
Short Winter Soups also offers Tuesday pick-up locations but not via LoMo Market. You can add a loaf of bread from Chicken Bridge Bakery to this subscription for a total cost of $200. Tuesday pick-up locations include Johnny's in Carrboro; Southern Village and Lake Forest neighborhood in Chapel Hill; Fullsteam Brewery and Burch Ave neighborhood in Durham.