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Shelton's Liquid Lunch Makes DVlicious 'Best Soup' Finalist List

Liquid Lunch offers more than just soup.
Liquid Lunch offers more than just soup. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Owner Fred Bialek Jr. prepares soup in the kitchen at Liquid Lunch.
Owner Fred Bialek Jr. prepares soup in the kitchen at Liquid Lunch. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Chicken soup from Liquid Lunch.
Chicken soup from Liquid Lunch. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Lentil soup at Liquid Lunch.
Lentil soup at Liquid Lunch. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Liquid Lunch in Shelton is popular with the lunchtime crowd.
Liquid Lunch in Shelton is popular with the lunchtime crowd. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Customers enjoying lunch.
Customers enjoying lunch. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Lunchtime crowd at Liquid Lunch in Shelton.
Lunchtime crowd at Liquid Lunch in Shelton. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Some of the offerings at Liquid Lunch were soup reigns supreme.
Some of the offerings at Liquid Lunch were soup reigns supreme. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
The dining area at Liquid Lunch.
The dining area at Liquid Lunch. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman

SHELTON, Conn. — From soothing chicken noodle to rich tomato, soup is one dish that never disappoints.

We asked for your top picks for our DVlicious “Best Soup in Fairfield County” contest and whittled it down to five finalists. Each has been profiled this week with the winner selected Monday, Feb. 22. Here’s a “bowl-ful” rundown on one of them.

Liquid Lunch, 6 Research Dr., Shelton, (203) 926-6038

Number of Soups Offered: 10 to 12 daily. The most popular staple is Beef Barley, but the all time most requested is Roasted Artichoke Chicken Gorgonzola.

Worth Dishing About: Owner Fred Bialek makes every single soup using the best ingredients he can find and his heart and soul can be felt in every sip. The Culinary Institute of America-trained grad used to come home after working in a cafeteria and make a batch of soup to de-stress. Said his wife, Michele -- the two own Grow in Shelton together -- his gift is being able to combine just the right flavors and textures together in one pot and create an experience.

Click HERE to vote for your slurp-worthy favorite. Remember, you can vote multiple times, though only once per day.

Voting ends Monday, Feb. 22 at 5 p.m.

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