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SPOON: Soup, Stew & Chowder Recipes (Spring) (Cooking in Season Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 74 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled


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About the Author

Dana Hay and Maria Herb are the owners of SPOON, a food company which specializes in fresh, organic soups, chowders and stews made from local, seasonal ingredients.

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  • File Size: 385 KB
  • Print Length: 74 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Fantastic Press (March 9, 2012)
  • Publication Date: March 9, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007IYB5IW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #634,043 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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My favorite is the fresh pea and crispy prociutto. I love soups and this is a great addition to my cookbook library! The combinations are so imaginative and a fresh change from the usual suspects.
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First I must talk about my love for the cover art of this cookbook.It's simply amazing,the colors are eye catching,the pictures are visually pleasing,all and all this cover can do no wrong.

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.
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The Spoon cookbook provides you with some realistic and easy reasons why you might want to start eating fresh, local and organic (when possible) without intimidating the reader. So not only do they include great recipes, but a little inspiration for why you would want to make each and every one of them. The recipes are delicious and varied and HEALTHY. They are easy and fun to make, and cover a wide range of ethnic and cultural foods as well. My favorites are Coconut Carrot Soup, Thai Spring Chicken soup, Newfoundland Golden Seafood Chowder, and Garlic Scape. Hopefully there will be a summer one coming out soon.
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These recipes are well balanced: from soups to stews from savory to sweet. Imaginative... strawberry rhubarb soup? YUM!

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)....

Enjoy!
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At an Easter party, someone handed me a shot glass of chilled strawberry soup that knocked my socks off! I went home and bought this kindle book and am now a 'convert' that rhubarb can again have a place in my kitchen!! Until now, I wondered what I would do with the existing patch growing in the garden that 'came' with our new house -- my winter stores of lentils are fast disappearing with fresh lentil & rhubarb stew! As a busy mum, simple and fast minted pea soup is a hit with my family, and the coconut carrot soup was a welcome change from my boring old winter standard. I can't wait for summer / fall / winter spooning suggestions from this duo!
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Spring has sprung in the pacific northwest, and thoughts turn to the earth and its bounty. These flavorful one pot meals are delicious, and now armed with the recipes, I can turn my local farmers market's produce into flavorful, in-season meals for my family.

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!)
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I look for light and easy recipes for the summer. When the temperature rises to 112 degrees, one doesn't crave heavy comfort foods. This book includes excellent reference information. The recipes are uncomplicated and easy to make. Try the White Asparagus Consomme, it is lovely. The authors also have an Autumn/Winter edition.
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