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7 months 4 weeks ago #91 by Jessica
Impressionism - do not chop the food, but chop it in a blender. 
Cubism - cut everything into cubes. 
Romanticism - when serving, pour rose petals into the plate. 
Symbolism - guests are served papers in plates, with inscriptions "meat", "cabbage", "beets", etc. 
Surrealism - pour a bottle of cologne into the finished soup. 
Modernism - give the guests bags of soup concentrate. 
Socialist Realism - boil soup from rotten potatoes, without meat and beets. Lecture the guests on the steady increase in food production since 1913 and on the fundamental advantage of our soup over other people's soup. The disgruntled get punched in the face. 
Abstractionism - go outside and pick any herb that comes to hand, cook for 30 minutes, salt and pepper to taste. 
Conceptualism - pour boiling water on plates. Serve chilled. 
Pop art - pour gasoline over ingredients prepared for borscht and set on fire. 
Heppening - after the guests have eaten with appetite, show them a cat cooked in the soup. The action is called "And now - soup with a cat! " 
Postmodernism - guests are poured imaginary soup. The guests pretend to eat. And praise the hostess, and the one who exclaims: "There's no soup here?! " is kicked out in disgrace for lack of culture and hooliganism.

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7 months 2 weeks ago #963 by Doladiti
Soup can absolutely be considered an art form! Not only is it visually appealing, with its rich colors and intricate textures, but it also engages multiple senses through its aromas, taste, and sound. Soup is a culinary work of art, with each ingredient adding to the overall composition. There's also an element of creativity and craftsmanship in the way it's prepared, from the chopping and slicing of vegetables to the simmering of broth. In short, soup is a culinary masterpiece that should be savored and appreciated just like any other art form.

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7 months 14 hours ago #1517 by amjad
Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans are perhaps the most well-known images of American modern art. Initially created as a series of thirty two canvases in 1962, the soup cans gained international acclaim as a breakthrough in Pop Art.

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