Recipes for Creating Community Around a Pot of Soup
by: Maggie Stuckey
ABOUT THE BOOK -
Soup nights are popping up all around the United States as a stress-free way to bring neighbors together. The host provides two or three pots of soup, and the guests bring their own dishes and silverware, and perhaps a salad or some bread. Neighbors get to know each other by name, people of all ages connect and socialize, and the neighborhood becomes friendlier and safer. In Soup Night, Maggie Stuckey offers a practical guide to starting your own soup night group, along with 99 delicious soup recipes and 40 recipes for accompaniments.
MY REVIEW -
FABULOUS! You all know I hate to cook but love a great soup cookbook. This is a great soup cookbook! This is kind of a combination cookbook actually. There are lots of soups, but also different bread and salads and dressings. My kind of dinner! The pictures are gorgeous. The recipes are straight forward and look simple enough. I can't wait to start making some.
You know... I hate to spend a lot of money on books, I am always looking for a sale. But a good cookbook is definitely worth the money. This is a book that you will use over and over.
Here are some of the soups and breads listed -
Creamy cauliflower soup (YUUUUUM!)
Red beans and rice soup
Sweet corn chowder
Salmon chowder (which I have been looking for!)
Pumpkin chicken chowder
Ice storm stone soup
Onion bacon rolls
Pumpkin seed flat bread
Cheddar drop biscuits
Asian noodle salad
Is your mouth watering yet? Well take a look at these pictures -
And here is the Creamy Cauliflower soup and the recipe, just to tempt you!
You wanna run right out and buy this now, don't you? You know you do! This is a wonderful soup etc. cookbook! I love it and I know I will be using many of the recipes. I very highly recommend this!
Thank you Netgalley and Storey Publishing for sending me this e-book for review!
Pre-order yours from Amazon - HERE
or from B&N - HERE