Mason Jars. These work so well because the soup can still be warm when you pack it; no need to wait for it to cool! They also seal well so they're spill proof. Win-win.
What is the easiest way to transport soup?
Mason jars - This is a great way to transport soup. It prevents spills and the glass helps to keep the soup warm. Smaller mason jars are also good for salad dressings.
Is soup a good gift?
Soothing Specialties to Warm up With Gourmet soup mixes make good eating: simple add-ins plus water or broth and your meal is done. Plus, simmering soup makes the house smells good and the body feel soothed. Great gift to say Get Well, Happy New Baby, or Welcome to Your New Home.
What do you keep soup in to take to someone's house?
A couple ideas: Place the soup-filled container in a cardboard box and surround it with a towel within the box. Or, use a small unused pet bed to keep the pot securely and snugly in place. Both of these set ups also have the additional benefit of retaining heat, so the dishes don't arrive at their destination cold.
How do you serve soup elegantly?
And shovel the soup into your mouth. Sit up straight. One small bite at a time don't fill the soup spoon so that you're going to have trouble drinking all of that soup.
Can I mail soup to someone?
Flammables can be shipped, but only in certain quantities. Perishables like oil, soup, and drinks need to reach their destination before they expire - if need be, pack them in ice or other materials that will keep them safe. You should always use sealed containers and padded packing materials.