souper bowl

V.26 No.5 | 2/2/2017

Food News

Yachts? In the Desert?

Los Cuates buys an old Yacht Club, the lowdown on the Souper Bowl, make a fortune on Dion’s dressing, Jambo Café coming to ABQ, local chef wins the big prize on Chopped and the state has new food handling requirements.
V.26 No.4 | 1/26/2017

Drive Through (That's Not Funny, Dude)

Little Anita’s gets an unexpected visitor, Roadrunner Food Bank gets ready for the Souper Bowl, Albuquerque City Limits offers up a healing dessert, Tropical Smoothie Café plans more locations in the city, a man gets in trouble for food stamp fraud, plus yucky pie crusts.
V.19 No.5 | 2/4/2010

Roadrunner Food Bank’s Souper Bowl

Buy a ticket, file into Roadrunner Food Bank's ginormous warehouse and knock back as many ramekins of hot, liquid loveliness from more than 40 chefs and restaurants as you can. The Souper Bowl is the most deliciously charitable way to help feed your fellow New Mexicans, ranked the hungriest citizens in the nation. Each $40 adult ticket ($10 kids 12-and-younger) goes right into the pocket of Roadrunner, which has distributed more than 170 million pounds of food since it started 30 years ago. There should still be some tickets at the door, but call the food bank at 349-8921 just to make sure.