The Art of Making Real Soups Author:Marian Tracy Among the most ancient and honored of the world's dishes, soup is as much the essence of life as a loaf of bread and jug of wine. It's also one of the most pleasureable dishes to prepare and capable of infinite variations, and - as Marian Tracy shows - there's real joy and comfort in the making of it as well as in the eating. Ask any cook who's ... more »set a warm, bubly pot to simmer through a long winter afternoon. Over 200 soup recipes.
Forget congealed cream of whatever soup concoctions; this cookbook will bring you back to your stock pot with its collection of homemade soup recipes from around the world. From Arturo Toscanini's simple and comforting Rice and Celery Soup to West African Ground Nut Stew to decadent Florida Key Conch Chowder, this cookbook offers uncomplicated examples of comfort food for colder weather.« less