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In the essay Soup it sets the scene for a bustling soup kitchen in New York The soup kitchen is run by Albert Yeganeh who claims that Soup is his lifeblood and He is extremely hard to please He creates eight to seventy soups every weekday and his concoctions are so popular that the wait for his customers are a half of an hour during lunch time peak He uses nothing but the best ingredients and the freshest ingredients because he is a perfectionist If the soup is not perfect and he is still selling it it is torture to him Once he even fired a man for dropping a mushroom in the floor He never has to advertise because all of the big-shot chefs and kings of the hotels come to see what he is doing As you approach the Soup Kitchen the first thing youll notice is the awning that proclaims Homemade Hot Cold and Diet Soups You will also notice the aroma lingering in the air it is so delicious that youll want to take a bite out of the air In front of the kitchen there is an electric sign board that flashes and states Todays soupsChicken VegetableMexican Beef ChiliCream of Watercressand many more Also on this sign board it states Due to cold weather for most efficient and fastest service the line must be kept moving please have your money ready pick the soup of you choice move to your extreme left after ordering Mr Yeganeh proclaims he is not prejudiced and whoever follows the instructions he treats very well A piece of card board was taped on the front door explaining that you could buy the soup in three sizes costing from four to fourteen dollars For the well behaved customers they receive packets of bread fresh vegetables fresh fruit a chocolate mint and a plastic spoon with their order He does not serve any drinks He
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