Book of Soups: New, Old and Odd Recipes

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Pan Macmillan, 1996 - Cooking - 135 pages
The original New Covent Garden Soup recipe bookThe New Covent Garden Food Company was founded in 1988 to make homemade quality soup using entirely natural ingredients, and despite many imitators over the past eighteen years New Covent Garden are still the bestsellers in the fresh soup market. This enduring popularity is a result of New Covent Garden's continuous passion for fresh soup, which they expound as the ultimate, easy-to-make, healthy, delicious meal. Featuring over 100 of the New Covent Garden Soup Company's most popular soup recipes, this kitchen classic is as appealing today as it was when it was first published ten years ago. Repackaged in keeping with New Covent Garden's latest branding, the original Book of Soups is being relaunched to coincide with the publication of the new title, Soup in Season.

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User Review  - Carrie.deSilva - LibraryThing

Some really good ideas, presented with enthusiasm, by the company that manufacturers relatively up-market ready made soup. I find the best use of this book is when there is a surfeit of garden produce ... Read full review

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The New Covent Food Company was established in 1988 to bring quality, homemade soup onto the shelves of our supermarkets. They remain the leading brand in fresh soup.

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