Soup cookbook by Eric Schlosser offers wholesome, seasonal and fresh recipes for a wide variety of soups. Step-by-step techniques are included. There are also some recipes that can be frozen, making this a great book for those with limited time for cooking. This book is loaded with color photos and imagery of finished soups.
Format: Hardcover and dust jacket, 351 pages (American Edition)
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley
Author: DK Publishing
Description: Simple, wholesome, and comforting, scup s delicious -- whether as a, homey meal-in-a bowl or a light starter to supper. Here is a, book for vegetable-growers faced with a glut of produce, for market shoppers with a keen eye for local in-season vegetables, and for savvy cooks looking to use up leftovers.
Soup is filled with wonderful recipes. Some, like Roast Squash and Tomato Soup, are hearty. Others, such as Swiss Chard and Coconut Soup, are refreshing. There are highly creative ideas -- Cherry Soup, anyone? -- and, of course, the great classics, like New England Clam Chowder, Gazpacho, and Tuscan Bean Soup.
For every vegetable that makes a great soup, there is at least one recipe. And for the most popular ingredients, such as tomatoes, leeks, and chicken, several ideas are given, so cooks have plenty of choice. Themed recipe planners help you select a soup to suit your taste -- from vegetarian to hearty to spicy. "In Praise of..." features celebrate key soup ingredients, such as leeks, mushrooms, and shellfish. Techniques pages offer step-by-step advice on soup-making techniques, which recipes you can freeze, and how to garnish. Everything you need to make a great bowl of soup.
- Summer vegetables
- Winter vegetables
- Legumes and nuts
- Fish and shellfish
- Poultry, game, and meat
Condition: Bookboards, interior pages and dust jacket are in very nice condition.
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