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This is a fun book of soup recipes ― a great resource for fellow soup-lovers out there ― and it comes with a side dish of warm fuzzy feelings.
A charming prompt to open your home to company in a lo-fi way, without the pressure of multiple courses, elaborate table settings and epic clean-up.
For those of us who love cookbooks with heart and substance, Soup Night will occupy a well-deserved spot on your shelf. And don’t be surprised if it inspires you to start your own Soup Night, large or small. And even if you’re like me ― I have no neighbors within shouting distance, literally ― you’ll reach for this book’s soup recipes time and again, especially as the snow begins to fly.
It's a simple, powerful idea captured in a stunningly beautiful book
More than a cookbook, Soup Night delivers a practical guide for hosting a casual affair where a simmering pot of soup (or two) is the star of the party.
Welcome to Soup Night!
Join the fun! More than 90 crowd-pleasing soup recipes offer possibilities for every season and taste. Dozens of salads, breads, and desserts round out your soup night menu.
Invite the whole neighborhood over to share.
Build strong community ties while enjoying delicious, stress-free meals around your block, through the seasons.
I love this book. So many recipes that are new and different and every one I have made turned out delicious. I find myself turning to this wonderful book at least once a week. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Suzi M
This Soup cookbook was written with the intention of using a routine Soup Night to bring community together to share a good meal and enjoy each others company. Read morePublished 3 months ago by BarbaraS.
Cute book with ideas to bring community together over bowls of soup! Beautiful pictures, stories & recipes.Published 5 months ago by Melissa R. Levine
Lots of great recipes that can turn a soup into a meal everyone can enjoy.Published 5 months ago by RavenCat
I had seen this book and wanted my own copy. It is inspiring as far as what can be done to create a deep sense of belonging in a community by something as simply as a pot of soup.Published 5 months ago by Elizabeth Berry
Too many pages devoted to creating a soup night vs soup itselfPublished 6 months ago by Jennifer Hamilton
Lots of old standards and a few new ideas, as well as passing on the communal concepts. It's a good thing.Published 6 months ago by Foodiegirl