This lavishly illustrated volume is the ultimate guide to soup-making, with mouthwatering recipes from around the world. A mixture of traditional classics and exciting new ideas, there is something for every taste, diet and occasion, from hearty one-pot meals to elegant entertaining.The book opens with an essential guide to soup ingredients, flavorings, techniques and equiThis lavishly illustrated volume is the ultimate guide to soup-making, with mouthwatering recipes from around the world. A mixture of traditional classics and exciting new ideas, there is something for every taste, diet and occasion, from hearty one-pot meals to elegant entertaining.The book opens with an essential guide to soup ingredients, flavorings, techniques and equipment. This is followed by instructions for making your own basic stocks, thickening soups and making creative garnishes.The recipe section has easy-to-follow step by-step instructions and photographs, with a glorious picture of each finished dish. The soups are divided into chapters according to their style and ingredients: chilled, light and refreshing, hot and spicy, creamy vegetable, chunky vegetable, winter warming, legume, pasta, noodle, tofu, chicken and duck, meat, fish, shellfish, egg and cheese, traditional country soups, one-pot meals and soups for entertaining.Great soup recipes from around the world include Avgolemono and Bouillabaise from the Mediterranean, Irish Brotchan Foltchep and Scotch Broth from the British Isles, Thai classics such as Cellophane Noodle Soup and Chiang Mai Noodle Soup, chilled Spanish Gazpacho and fiery Malaysian Laksa Lemak.Consultant Editor Anne Sheasby spent several years working as a professional home economist within the food industry in a variety of roles before embarking on a successful freelance career in 1991 as a food writer and home economist. Anne is the author of many published cookbooks, covering a wide variety of subjects. She has also written for national magazines and regularly works with leading companies within the food industry. Anne is a member of the prestigious Guild of Food Writers and the Institute of Consumer Sciences....
|Title||:||Ultimate Soup Bible|
|Number of Pages||:||512 Pages|
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Ultimate Soup Bible Reviews
My favorite cookbook of the moment. My dad had a copy, and after spending 7 days on vacation reading it, I found a used copy on Amazon, because I didn't want to live without it. Every soup I have tried has been great. The traditional recipes are particularly good -- Avgolemono was perfect the first time, and matzo ball soup was AMAZING (I never knew the special flavor was dill). This book is not cheap (although my used copy was reasonable), but if you LOVE soup, you will love this book. I turn to it at least once a week for inspiration, from cuisines like Indian, Irish and good old American.
I picked this up at an estate sale because I really love soup. It's one of my favorite meals. There are over 400 recipes in this huge book. It's fun to look through because the recipes span many different cultures. Irish, Italian, French, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Indian, American, you name it and you'll probably find it in this book. I found many recipes I want to try, and some that are just fun to read about, but I won't try because of difficult to find ingredients or picky family members. I'm glad I own it.
I'm a soup fanatic and this is a great recipe book to get my fix!
The Chicken Almond Soup alone is worth this rating! When I first saw the recipe, I was skeptical. Then my friend made it and recommended it. So I made it and it was so good, I giggled while I ate it. Wonderful book with quick and satisfying recipes for every dietary concern.
The soups are d e l i c i o u s!!! Something for everyone.