300 Sensational Soups

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6.69 X 10.31 X 1.0 inches | 1.61 pounds

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About the Author
Carla Snyder is a caterer, artisan baker and food writer who has also taught cooking. She lives in Cleveland, Ohio. Meredith Deeds teaches cooking classes and has written extensively about food. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Carla and Meredith have co-authored three other cookbooks, including the James Beard Award-nominated The Big Book of Appetizers and The Mixer Bible.
The book is full of yummy, mouthwatering recipes and tons of helpful tips for a souper experience in home cooking.--Brenda Junkin "Plain Dealer (Cleveland)" (3/18/2009 12:00:00 AM)
Packed with easy-to-use recipes that produce reliable and flavorful results. Beginners will find [it] easy to follow, and the books should stoke the imaginations of veterans.-- "The Plain Dealer (Cleveland)" (12/17/2008 12:00:00 AM)
From chilled soups to chowders, this book is filled to the brim with delicious recipes. A personal note to Hot Guacamole Soup with Cumin and Cilantro: Your days of missing from our soup repertoire are numbered.--Jeff Houck "The Tampa Tribune" (11/30/2008 12:00:00 AM)
This cookbook brims with great recipes and is highly recommended.--Larry Cox "Tucson Citizen" (1/29/2009 12:00:00 AM)
I found a lot of new and interesting ideas when I leafed through the new 300 Sensational Soups. These recipes cover a lot of ground... But what really grabbed my attention was the wealth of creative recipes.--Michael Hastings "Journal Now" (1/14/2009 12:00:00 AM)
I've never been much of a soup person. That is, until about a month and a half ago when I got this insatiable craving for soup. Suddenly, I can't seem to get enough. About two weeks into my soup phase, I ordered 300 Sensational Soups thinking maybe I could make some soup and skip the canned stuff. Being as I never really liked soup, I was a bit intimidated at first so I just started making whatever made me salivate while reading. Then, I got a bit more adventurous as I came to realize how easy it was to make these delicious recipes. I can't see myself buying canned soup anymore -- especially when there are some really tasty things I can create in half an hour to forty-five minutes. When it comes to soup, nothing compares to homemade.--Tami Brady "TCM Reviews" (3/11/2011 12:00:00 AM)
There were many good soup books published in 2008, but this one was my favorite because of its variety and creativity. There are 300 soups in here to choose from, and many of them would make a perfect meal, perhaps with some crusty bread and a tossed green salad. Given the current economic climate, soup for supper is an excellent idea.--Sara Molton, "Good Morning America" food editor "ABC News" (12/23/2008 12:00:00 AM)
Ten chapters cover soul nurturing, with soups for every season, from traditional comfort food to exotic adventures in a bowl. Tips are included with the 300 recipes: San Marzano tomatoes, imported from Italy, are thought by many to be the best canned tomatoes in the world. Mushrooms will be much happier if stored in your refrigerator in a paper bag. In the "Gilding the Lily" chapter there is even a brownie crouton recipe that can be used for this rich and easy luscious recipe from the "Just Dessert Soups" chapter. How about this for a midnight snack!--Lois Freedman "Desert Leaf" (3/1/2011 12:00:00 AM)