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50 Simple Soups for the Slow Cooker Hardcover-spiral – September 27, 2011
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Lynn Alley began her cooking career as a teacher at a middle school, where she and her students gained renown selling their handmade gourmet items at Neiman Marcus. Since leaving the classroom, she has traveled to teach cooking in southern France and throughout the western United States. She has contributed articles on both food and wine to the San Diego Union Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, Fine Cooking, Cook's Illustrated, The Herb Companion, Natural Home, Organic Style, Yoga Journal, and Organic Gardening, and has authored several best-selling cookbooks.
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but many of the soups would be delicious with meat added. I checked the book
out of the library and decided to buy it. I had put markers in the pages with recipes
I liked. I planned to print the recipes---then I realized that I needed to print most of
the book, so I ordered it. These soups sound great, Black Bean Chili with Cornbread Crust,
Curried Butternut Squash, and Dried Mushroom Barley with Dill Cream! Bon Apetite!
Delicious soups that simmer away in your slow cooker with not that much prep...
I have made the Tuscan Bean...yummy...delicious!!!
but I will make more.
It is most definitely soup season...
I first "checked out" this book electronically from my local library to see if I wanted it (being unable to work with e-cookbooks), and decided that I did. It's convenient to use a slow cooker to make soup.
I highly recommend this little book if you like to cook with fresh and healthy vegetables, and beans.