From her Carlisle kitchen to yours: Liz's Soups are homemade and ready for a spoon

News Sep 25, 2019 by Julia Lovett-Squires Flamborough Review

Fresh ingredients with satisfying flavours and a gourmet twist are the mission of one Flamborough woman.

Liz Pietrzak is a culinary specialist who spends her days coming up with modern twists on favourite classics in her commercial kitchen.

Drawing inspiration from her mother's Ukranian and Polish recipes, Pietrzak started offering friends and neighbours different versions of dishes as the recipe evolved. Her dishes are all gluten free and made in her Carlisle home.

Owner of Soups from Me to You, Pietrzak said she wanted to open a food-service business to satisfy her passion for cooking. Specializing in soups, each is made with fresh ingredients, including raw beans and fresh tomatoes, many harvested from local vendors. The soups are then frozen and sold to hungry customers. Orders can be placed online.

Before launching her business, Pietrzak did an analysis of what was already available on the market and what people were looking for. "Most demographics want ready-made, whether they are seniors or they're young people. They just want to go home and make something," she said.

Soups, discovered Pietrzak, aren't a hot commodity and that's where she felt she could make a difference.

“I want it to be good food, gourmet food, homemade, little to no salt — very-well balanced for people.

From her Carlisle kitchen to yours: Liz's Soups are homemade and ready for a spoon

News Sep 25, 2019 by Julia Lovett-Squires Flamborough Review

Fresh ingredients with satisfying flavours and a gourmet twist are the mission of one Flamborough woman.

Liz Pietrzak is a culinary specialist who spends her days coming up with modern twists on favourite classics in her commercial kitchen.

Drawing inspiration from her mother's Ukranian and Polish recipes, Pietrzak started offering friends and neighbours different versions of dishes as the recipe evolved. Her dishes are all gluten free and made in her Carlisle home.

Owner of Soups from Me to You, Pietrzak said she wanted to open a food-service business to satisfy her passion for cooking. Specializing in soups, each is made with fresh ingredients, including raw beans and fresh tomatoes, many harvested from local vendors. The soups are then frozen and sold to hungry customers. Orders can be placed online.

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Before launching her business, Pietrzak did an analysis of what was already available on the market and what people were looking for. "Most demographics want ready-made, whether they are seniors or they're young people. They just want to go home and make something," she said.

Soups, discovered Pietrzak, aren't a hot commodity and that's where she felt she could make a difference.

“I want it to be good food, gourmet food, homemade, little to no salt — very-well balanced for people.

From her Carlisle kitchen to yours: Liz's Soups are homemade and ready for a spoon

News Sep 25, 2019 by Julia Lovett-Squires Flamborough Review

Fresh ingredients with satisfying flavours and a gourmet twist are the mission of one Flamborough woman.

Liz Pietrzak is a culinary specialist who spends her days coming up with modern twists on favourite classics in her commercial kitchen.

Drawing inspiration from her mother's Ukranian and Polish recipes, Pietrzak started offering friends and neighbours different versions of dishes as the recipe evolved. Her dishes are all gluten free and made in her Carlisle home.

Owner of Soups from Me to You, Pietrzak said she wanted to open a food-service business to satisfy her passion for cooking. Specializing in soups, each is made with fresh ingredients, including raw beans and fresh tomatoes, many harvested from local vendors. The soups are then frozen and sold to hungry customers. Orders can be placed online.

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Before launching her business, Pietrzak did an analysis of what was already available on the market and what people were looking for. "Most demographics want ready-made, whether they are seniors or they're young people. They just want to go home and make something," she said.

Soups, discovered Pietrzak, aren't a hot commodity and that's where she felt she could make a difference.

“I want it to be good food, gourmet food, homemade, little to no salt — very-well balanced for people.