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Pittsburgh steels itself against cold with old-country inspired creative soups

Even before Snowpocalypse or Snowmageddon or #snOMG hit, the Washington Post was running a article about Pittsburgh "steeling itself" against the harsh winter cold… with hot soup. The piece--written by Christine H. O'Toole, a contributor to Pop City's sister publication Keystone Edge--explores how old-country traditions meet innovation in steaming bowls around the city.

The article highlights the three daily soups at Cafe du Jour on the South Side, the chicken corn chowder at Blue Dust, and the weekly community soup sale at West Homestead's Bulgarian Macedonian National Educational & Cultural Center.

Click here to read the complete Washington Post article.

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