Hey, Willamette Week Is Having a Soup Recipe Contest

Introducing the Slurptown Recipe Contest.

(Joe Riedl)

Submit your best. We will make five and have a panel pick the winner.

Do you have a great soup recipe? Either a cherished family recipe or even an especially tasty twist on a classic? Well, it's time to share. In honor of our soup issue, Willamette Week is holding a recipe contest. Our editors will choose five of your recipes. Five staffers will prepare them and serve them to a panel of judges. Whoever submits the winning recipe will get a $150 gift certificate to spend on food and drink at Mississippi Studios. Email dish@wweek.com.

Welcome to the Soup Issue

Why Are Tokyo Ramen Shops Suddenly Taking Over Portland?

We Tried 39 Bowls of Portland Ramen—These Are the Very Best, By Style

Pono Farm's Shabu Shabu Takes Portland Hot Pot To A New Level

Are You Confused About Hot Pot? Here's How Long You Should Cook Everything For

Tournant's Pozole Night is a Soul-Warming Event Built On Locally Made Hominy

The Epic Journey of the Family Behind Ha VL, Portland's Most Famous Broth Masters

Three Soups At Ha VL You Must Try

Jacqueline Is Reviving Cioppino, The West Coast's Sloppiest, Spiciest, Fishiest Soup

Lagman Is the Ramen of Central Asia, And One of Portland's Rarest Exotic Soups

The Kenny & Zuke's Chef Reveals How to Make His Much-Loved Hungarian Mushroom Soup

The XLB Soup Dumpling Craze Is Finally Coming To Portland

This Is How To Eat An XLB Like A Pro

Hey, Willamette Week Is Having a Soup Recipe Contest

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