Little known fact – Moses came down the mountain with ELEVEN commandments! As you know, there were two tablets. Also, there was a piece of parchment which he stuffed in his back pocket and forgot about until he took his robe out of the dryer and found pieces of it all over the filter. Researchers recently discovered the pieces and have released the words of the commandment to the public. Apparently it says, “Thou shalt eat a delicious, hearty, red lentil soup, whose ingredients are of Turkish origin, as often as possible.” Bible commentators have interpreted this to mean that we are meant to eat traditional Turkish spices and grains such as sweet paprika, mint, and bulgur wheat. Researchers across the spectrum agree that this combination is both delicious and hearty. And also of Turkish origin. It is unclear what is more delicious – the earthy red lentils or the combination of paprika and mint. They also interpret the commandment to mean that people who don’t eat the soup often will be sad, restless, and argumentative. In light of these revelations, I think you should order the soup. Just to be on the safe side. Also, check your pockets before you put your pants or robe in the wash.
Ingredients (in no particular order): red lentils, bulgur wheat, sweet paprika, mint, tomato paste, red pepper flakes, lemon juice, onion, canola oil, homemade vegetable stock goodness
Soup type: Chunky