I love soup. That being said, I am often searching for new recipe ideas to mix up my repertoire. 300 Sensational Soups offers unique versions of some old
favorites while introducing the cook to some fresh new ideas. The recipes a clearly written and easy to follow (along with metric conversions) and the authors offer a"soup tip" with each one.
I can't wait to try the Cheddar, Beer and Kielbasa Soup! - Cindy
Soup is not just another dish. According to veteran cookbook authors Carla Snyder and Meredith Deeds,
"Soup is comfort in a bowl, love on a spoon, satisfaction simmering on the stove." Nothing makes a house feel and
taste more like home than a pot of freshly made soup. This holiday season Carla and Meredith simmer up 300 delicious
soup recipes with their new cookbook, 300 Sensational Soups.
300 Sensational Soups is an easy-to-use cookbook, perfect
for all experienced levels and appetites. The book is divided into 10 chapters that cover a range of topics, including Stock Basics, Fresh from the
Garden Vegetable Soups, Hearty Soups for Meat Lovers, Go Fish: Fish and Shellfish Soups, A World of Soups, Chow Down Chowders, and Gilding the Lily:
Toppings and Garnishes.
Most recipes can be made from common home pantry and refrigerator items, making soup the perfect solution for quick meals, impromptu gatherings,
and out-of-town holiday guests. The hundreds of home-style and international recipes include:
Tuscan Bean Chowder
Cream of Roasted Poblano Soup
Old-Fashioned Chicken Noodle Soup
Curried Salmon Soup in Coconut Stock
Steak and Potato Soup
Pumpkin Soup with Ham and Swiss Chard
While many people think of soup as an appetizer or one-pot-meal, Deeds and Snyder prove soup can satisfy a sweet tooth, too.
The Just Desserts chapter offers more than 20 recipes - decadent concoctions of fresh fruits, liquors, and chocolates, such as:
Blueberry Soup with Lemon Verbena in Cantaloupe Bowl
Blackberry and White Chocolate Soup
Champagne and Strawberry Soup
Coca-Mocha with Hazelnut Biscotti
Orange Muscat Soup with Mascarpone Cream
Pina Colada Soup with Caramelized Pineapple
As we look ahead to football tailgates and holiday gatherings, let us be thankful for 300 Sensational Soups,
a must-have cookbook serving up spoonfuls of comfort, love, and satisfaction.
While there are many reasons for teaching kids to cook -- less expensive than eating out, preserves family heritage, etc, the most important
reason is that by teaching your child to cook, you're giving him a better chance to be a healthy grown-up. Enabling your child with the ability
to appreciate freshness and to transform ingredients into tasty foods opens their eyes to making wiser choices about what to eat...