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Best Soups [Kindle Edition]

Jenny Brown
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Book Description

Best Soups.
28 of my favorite Soup recipes

My Mom’s Crock Pot Soup that she would start cooking before she left for work and then when I got home I would turn the switch to “warm” until supper time. The aroma would drive me crazy as I did my homework and waited in great anticipation to have my hot bowl of soup.
One of the advantages of preparing soups in a Crockpot's is the richness of flavor from the slow cooking process. Here are three Crockpot recipes, great comfort meals.

I have always loved everything about cooking! I delight in the aromas that fill the kitchen and I enjoy tweaking recipes to make them my own, and I have a good time experimenting with what I have on hand. You will especially love that cooking draws people to the dinner table. I think society today is missing much by not having the family learning experiences around the dinner table. Having your meal in front of the television while watching violent or corrupting programs is missing the mark of developing good character and strengthening the family structure. There's no better way to enjoy your family and friends then by having great times and wonderful conversations over a meal.
You will notice I emphasize Filtered Water. Read the comments in recipe number three as to why filtered water is so very important.
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  • Print Length: 53 pages
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  • Language: English
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1.0 out of 5 stars . . . . In The State of Denmark March 19, 2012
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The first thing that I do when examining new Kindle cookbooks is look for the Table of Contents and Best Soups by Jenny Brown was no exception. What I found says

Table of Contents
(link to)Copyright Information Page
25+ Soup Recipes (no listing, no links.)

Already Best Soups was off to a bad start, but matters quickly became worse. I noticed a number of oddities: The recipe for 16 bean soup calls for "2 cans or one quart of fat chicken stock." (???) Vegetable beef soup calls for "1 cup dime chopped onions". (??? What do dimes have to do with chopping, soup or onions?) Cabbage Soup is followed by the comment "This is the recipe I found, and after speaking to several people this is my conclusion: if you stick to the diet, it can work for you, yet this whole cabbage soup business is for those who can actually appreciate it." (What? Where was any diet mentioned?)

As I paged through the book, I came to a link that said "slow cooker" in the text of the recipe for "Black eyed Peas soup". Thinking that odd but that perhaps the author had provided a link to slow cookers here at Amazon, I followed the link and found myself at the recipe for Slow Cooker Spicy Black-eyed Peas at Allrecipes. Ooops! That was when I started checking recipes for source. (Ginger Carrot Soup is straight from Cambell's Soup.) And then I came to "Butternut Squash Soup Recipe", which led me to a website called Best-Soup-Recipes-Ever, where I found many of the recipes in the book. (Jenny left a link in that recipe too.
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More About the Author

I am a mother and work at home to take care of my family and it is a full time job that I love and feel that I am truly blessed. I have type II diabetes and have spent a lot of time and study to learn how to best manage this disease and live a full happy life.

I have many friends that have shared recipes and insights with me and I try to share most of them. Please feel free to leave me comments and your recipes on the comments section of this blog.


These e-books are dedicated to all the moms who work 24/7 to take care of their families with love and devotion. And also to our mothers, who taught us how to cook, take care of the house and our children.


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The next time one of my Diabetic EBooks are FREE I will email you the information. Specify that your comment and request is for Jenny Brown.

Thank you, and be blessed!
JB


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