What's Cookin', Dec. 31 

Guillermo's Coffee House at 10700 Rodney Parham Road (next door to Chili's) will add homemade soups to the menu after the first of the year, owner Hans Oliver says. Oliver (whose first name is William; hence the Guillermo moniker) says the soup will be “the stuff that makes you feel good” — like chicken noodle and chili. Guillermo's, in business five years as a roaster, also serves breakfast and dessert pastries and smoothies. Coffees come from Africa and South America. For more information go to www.3gcoffee.com or call 228-4448.


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