Sunday Soup: A Year's Worth of Mouth-Watering, Easy-to-Make Recipes (Google eBook)

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Chronicle Books, Oct 21, 2011 - Cooking - 167 pages
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Sunday is the perfect day to slow down and enjoy a heartwarming meal. From spicy chilies to steaming chowders, Sunday Soup features 60 recipes: one for each Sunday of the year, and then some. Gulf Coast Shrimp Gumbo is best for staving off the winter cold, while Dreamy Creamy Artichoke Soup welcomes the bounty of spring's vegetables. When it's too hot to turn on the stove, chill out with Icy Cucumber Soup with Smoked Salmon and Dill. A great selection of "Soup-er Sides" will turn any bowl of soup into a hearty meal. No matter the season, Sunday Soup offers all the inspiration one needs to pull out a stockpot and start simmering a new family tradition. Soup's on!
  

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Review: Sunday Soup: A Year's Worth of Mouth-Watering, Easy-to-Make Recipes

User Review  - Darci Connor maresca - Goodreads

A go-to resource for me when I want soup, am hosting a dinner, or want some comfort food. The author shares great tips and doesn't include lots of ingredients that aren't necessary. Also, she is local to Western Mass, so that is even better because her recipes are based on local ingredients. Read full review

Review: Sunday Soup: A Year's Worth of Mouth-Watering, Easy-to-Make Recipes

User Review  - Oceandreamer001 - Goodreads

Some good recipes I can't wait to try! Read full review

Contents

Introduction
11
CHAPTER 1 Stocking Up
14
CHAPTER 2 Fall
24
CHAPTER 3 Winter
54
CHAPTER 4 Spring
84
CHAPTER 5 Summer
110
CHAPTER 6 Souper Sides
136
Picking the Right Soup
158
Index
164
Table of Equivalents
168
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About the author (2011)

Betty Rosbottom is the author of The Big Book of Backyard Cooking, Coffee, and Waffles. She lives in Massachusetts.

Charles Schiller is a New York-based photographer.

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