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The Soup Bible Hardcover – April 1, 2000
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Each recipe comes with beautiful end-result pictures as well as pictures of some of the steps involved. The directions are clear and simple. Many of the recipes come with suggestions for variations and all of the vegetarian selections are marked. Most of the soups use easy-to-find ingredients, but the exceptions often have tips on where to find the unfamiliar items.
I've tried several of the recipes with no problems and delicious results. One of my personal favorites is the Tomato and Blue Cheese Soup. I'm looking forward to cooking and eating my way through these soups.
Consulting editor Debra Mayhew has combed the four corners of the globe to bring together a collection of wonderful recipes in The Soup Bible.
Stirring in tips for making stock, garnishes, and notes on how to pick the best ingredients, these soups are designed not just for summer, but those occasions that call for something special, as well as those chilly winter nights when all you want to do is curl up with a good book and a warm hearty bowl:
Light and Refreshing: Gazpacho (the ultimate in summer soups), Vichyssoise, Summer Tomato Soup, Watercress and Orange Soup (what an interesting combination)
One-Pot Meal Soups: Seafood and Sausage Gumbo, Spinach and Lemon Soup with Meatballs (traditionally known in Greece as Avgolomono without the meatballs), and Creole Shrimp
Hearty Lunch and Supper Soups: Lentil Soup with Rosemary, Italian Arugula and Potato Soup, Pistou (a scrumptious French vegetable soup), and New England Clam Chowder
Special Occasion: Butternut Squash Bisque, Tomato and Fresh Basil Soup, Spinach and Rice Soup (a nice and sneaky way for parents to add a vegetable in a meal for those picky-eater kids) and Saffron-Mussel Soup.
The book is full of exquisite, mouth-watering photographs and even the soup bowls both rustic and elegant are beautifully displayed.
With over 200 recipes to prepare for friends and family, it's a world tour of soups.
Fresh bread required.
Mayhew's recipes are very clearly written so you don't feel like you're studying for finals before you attempt them. Also, these recipes don't require you to hunt down ridiculously expensive or hard-to-find ingredients.
I've made quite a few of the soups in this book and all have been real successes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this book every soup season. Every recipe I've tried has turned out so delicious. Also it motivated me to make my own stock which make a huge difference. Read morePublished 3 months ago by SamBoni
I will be returning this book. I really didn't care for the recipes.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
There are a variety of recipes, and my parents and I have enjoyed the ones we've tried so far. I use this cookbook often, have loaned it out to my brother and a girlfriend... Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. L.
some of the recipes are very good and some are just OK but all are differentPublished 10 months ago by dobby
More soups than you can throw a serving spoon at. All of the recipes I have tried are delicious and I can't wait to try more.Published 11 months ago by Jayebee
I am a big soup fan and make a bunch of different types. This book even gave me some new twists. Definitely worth the $.Published 12 months ago by Candria