Belinda Hulin (Atlantic Beach, FL) is a Louisiana-born author who has been writing about food for more than twenty years. She was Food Editor at the Florida Times-Union for five years, and she now works as a freelance writer for such major publications as Cosmopolitan, Time, and BusinessWeek. She is also a member of the Association of Food Journalists Ms. Hulin first learned the joys of soothing harvest-vegetable soups and spicy fricassees while cooking alongside her Cajun mother and grandmothers, and her father’s chili - prepared in giant batches with help from all family members - was a thing of beauty. She is the author of The Everything Fondue Party Book and The Everything Pizza Cookbook. Ms. Hulin lives in Atlantic Beach, Florida, where she’s acquired a taste for Brunswick Stew and Minorcan Conch Chowder.
I did not remember getting this book and I think I just looked through it and gave it away thanksPublished 8 months ago by Vicky Horton
If you are looking for some good ideas for soup, stew, and chili recipes, this book would be a good source. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Brittnee Laverty
Although this wasn't a spectacular book, I really enjoy the recipes. There's something for everybody in this one, and the types of soup, stews and chilis fit in with most tastes.Published 11 months ago by KrazyKatLady