Many things remain a mystery about Bruce Wayne, but one thing we do know is what his favorite food is. If you took one look at the rich, luxurious life of Bruce Wayne you may have guessed he would be having steak dinners every night or that his favourite food is lobster. As it turns out, Gotham’s biggest superhero’s actual favorite thing to eat is something a bit less gourmet: soup.
In the comic Batman Vol 1 #701 we find out that Bruce’s favourite food is mulligatawny soup, courtesy of his butler Alfred. For those of you that don’t know, mulligatawny soup is a spicy soup usually made with meat, vegetables, rice, and curry spices.
However, there is also some evidence to suggest that his favourite food could also be French onion soup. In the episode “Vendetta” in Batman the Animated Series, his butler Alfred says that it is Bruce’s favourite food. French onion soup is usually caramelized onion soup with meat and sherry. Either way, one thing we know for certain is that Bruce loves nothing more than a big, hot bowl soup.
First of all ,Who’s Batman ?
Batman is a fictional superhero appearing in American Comic books published by DC COMICS. The character was created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger, and first appeared in Detective Comics #27, in 1939. Originally named the “Bat-Man”, the character is also referred to by such epithets as the Caped Crusader, the Dark knight, and the World’s Greatest Detective.
Alfred Thaddeus Crane Pennyworth
a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, most commonly in association with the superheroBatman.
Pennyworth is depicted as Bruce Wayne’s loyal and tireless butler, housekeeper, legal guardian, best friend, aide-de-camp, and surrogate father figure following the murders of Thomas and Martha Wayne. As a British ex-Special Operations Executive operative of honor and ethics with connections within the intelligence community, he has been called “Batman’s batman“.He also provides comic relief with his sarcastic and cynical attitude which often adds humor to dialogue with Batman. A vital part of the Batman mythos, Alfred was nominated for the Wizard Fan Award for Favorite Supporting Male Character in 1994
In non-comics media, the character has been portrayed by noted actors William Austin, Eric Wilton, Michael Gough, Michael Caine, and Jeremy Irons on film and by Alan Napier, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Ian Abercrombie, David McCallum, and Sean Pertwee on television
is an English soup with origins in Indian cuisine. The name originates from the Tamil words miḷagāy (Tamil: மிளகாய் ‘chilli’) or miḷagu(மிளகு ‘pepper’), and taṇṇi (தண்ணி, ‘water’). It is related to the soup rasam. Due to its popularity in England during the British Raj, it was one of the few items of Indian cuisinethat found common mention in the literature of the period.
Mullaga-Tawny signifies pepper water. The progress of inexperienced peripatetic Palaticians has lately been arrested by this outlandish word being pasted on the windows of our Coffee-Houses; it has, we believe, answered the “Restaurateurs’ ” purpose, and often excited John Bull, to walk in and taste—the more familiar name of Curry Soup—would, perhaps, not have had sufficient of the charms of novelty to seduce him from his much-loved Mock-Turtle.
It is a fashionable Soup and a great favourite with our East Indian friends, and we give the best receipt we could procure for it.
— The Cook’s Oracle; Containing Recipes for Plain Cookery on the Most Economical Plan for Private Families