Soupy making is a family affair

Brandon Grills, left, of Pawcatuck, jokes with his brother Justin Grills, right foreground, of Mystic, as they work with their cousin David Grills, center, of Mystic, as several generations of the family prepare soupy in the basement of the Italo-American Club in Pawcatuck Sunday. The group is mixing seasonings into the ground pork.
Brandon Grills, left, of Pawcatuck, jokes with his brother Justin Grills, right foreground, of Mystic, as they work with their cousin David Grills, center, of Mystic, as several generations of the family prepare soupy in the basement of the Italo-American Club in Pawcatuck Sunday. The group is mixing seasonings into the ground pork. Tim Martin/The Day Buy Photo

Brandon Grills, left, of Pawcatuck, jokes with his brother Justin Grills, right foreground, of Mystic, as they work with their cousin David Grills, center, of Mystic, as several generations of the family prepare soupy in the basement of the Italo-American Club in Pawcatuck Sunday. The group is mixing seasonings into the ground pork.

David Grills of Pawcatuck grinds up pork, with his grandson David working behind him. Several generations of family members work together to carry on the tradition.
David Grills of Pawcatuck grinds up pork, with his grandson David working behind him. Several generations of family members work together to carry on the tradition. Tim Martin/The Day Buy Photo
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