SPOON: Soup, Stew & Chowder Recipes (Spring) (Cooking in Season Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Then once you get past the cover art,it gets better.The "Spoon cookbook" gives you fun,and easy ways to cook using fresh ingredients. These recipes are simply divine and will not take more than 35 minutes to prepare.
I really enjoyed the tips on which foods were in season,because I feel price is what mostly keeps me away from eating fresh foods(broke college student),but with these tips I can shop in season,and within my budget.
Also for those who aren't hip to cooking terms or forms of measurements this cookbook comes with a glossary--Authors really thought of everything.
It's just something about making things from scratch,using fresh ingredients that make me feel like a chef.
Add-on from original review: just noticed that SPOON: Soup, Stew & Chowder Recipes (Autumn/Winter) (Cooking in Season #2) is already available.
Not too many ingredients, and easy to prepare recipes usable at different times of year and for different occasions. It's refreshing to see that they are using fresh ingredients, without a lot of "junky" shortcuts.
One surprise: at the beginning, the author suggests using bouillon cubes or canned soup if you don't want to make stock from scratch. I would use boxed broth (Trader Joe's and Pacific brands are both very natural tasting, and won't overwhelm the recipes.) I think cubes would taint the flavor of an otherwise good recipe.
There's also some nice info in here on seasonal veggies, etc. (resource info independent of the recipes)....
I prefer to cook with my Le Creuset Enameled Cast-Iron 5-1/2-Quart Round French Oven, Red (from stove to table to sink means less clean up!)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
some good recipes, for cookbooks, i like the page turner over a kindle, though.Published 18 months ago by Patricia
I did not enjoy the reciepes in this book... It did not offer a wide and exciting variety of dishes...Published on January 8, 2013 by Karen Thompson
I love to cook but find myself getting bored with the "usual" flavours. This cookbook offers some really unique recipes with unusual (for me) food pairings that got me excited... Read morePublished on May 17, 2012 by Betwixt
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