My grandfather is 94 years old. He can no longer eat meat as it is too tough for his old teeth. Vegetables have to be extra soft. Worst of all, this formerly avid gourmet/gourmand finds everything tasteless and he drowns everything in a pound of salt. He sorely misses the cuisine of his homeland (Belgium), though his taste memories, I'm sure, are somewhat distorted by time. This man has been my biggest friend in the world and I ache to see him losing the comfort and pleasure that food used to provide him with. I'm going out of town to visit him next week and would like to bring him frozen individual-sized portions of soup or other soft foods that he would enjoy. If any of you have experience in feeding the elderly, I would love to hear from you. I'm looking for VERY flavourful (not necessarily spicy/hot) soup recipes and whatever else you can think of. Thanks in advance!