The Soup Book

Over 700 Recipes

Author: Louis P. De Gouy

Publisher: Courier Dover Publications

ISBN: 0486834786

Category: Cooking

Page: 432

View: 7792

Thick and thin, hot and cold, complex and simple — here are soups for every appetite and occasion. A master chef and co-founder of Gourmet magazine presents more than 700 outstanding recipes for bisques, chowders, consommés, and other soups.

The Soup Book

Author: Sophie Grigson

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd

ISBN: 1405349123

Category: Cooking

Page: 352

View: 7057

Delicious soup recipes for the whole family Discover over 150 tried-and-tested soup recipes organised by ingredient. From Pasta and Noodles to Meat and Winter Vegetables, turn surplus food in your fridge into mouth-watering meals. Handy tips on preparation and cooking times, freezing advice, nutrition information and 'cheap eat' symbols will help you choose the best soup to whip up when. Step-by-step instructions make cooking simple, guiding you though all the essential techniques from pureeing to making stock. In a portable compact format, perfect for taking with you to the farmer's market.

The Soup Book

More Than 120 Superb Soups, Ranging from Chilled, Smooth and Chunky Vegetable Soups to Sustaining Poultry, Meat and Fish Gumbos, Broths, Chowders and Rouilles

Author: Anne Sheasby

Publisher: Southwater Pub

ISBN: 9781844763245

Category: Cooking

Page: 160

View: 5649

Contains everything from light and refreshing broths and satisfying vegetarian and pasta fillers, to soups and stews based on flavoursome poultry, meat, fish and shellfish.

The Hodja and the Soup

Author: Jeffrey B. Fuerst,Newmark Learning LLC

Publisher: Newmark Learning

ISBN: 1612691676

Category: Folklore

Page: 16

View: 2483

A poor hungry man has to pay for simply smelling soup! Here comes the wise Turkish folk hero Hodja to the rescue. What will he do to help?

The Soup Book

Author: Jennifer Ranger

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 9781482044539

Category: Cooking

Page: 52

View: 7777

Producer of cable TV's "What's Cooking?" and an avid home cook with over 33 years experience, Jennifer shares the secrets to making her well loved, and ever so delicious soups! Simple, easy to follow directions will get you creating savory and nutritious soups within minutes, and your house will smell amazing. Help your family learn to love eating their vegetables with Jennifer's favorite hearty and healthful recipes, straight from her kitchen to yours!Visit Jennifer online at: and

The Soup Book

Author: Brigid Allen

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780333582244

Category: Soups

Page: 182

View: 4155


The Soup Book

770 Recipes

Author: Louis Pullig De Gouy

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486229980

Category: Cooking

Page: 414

View: 4688

Thick and thin soups, hot and cold soups, soups requiring hours to prepare or just minutes—here are soups for every appetite and occasion. Nearly 800 recipes feature cream soups, bisques, chowders, and consommés, including lentil, tomato, black bean, oxtail, turtle, onion, beet, and scores of other soups, plus garnishes.

Maybelle in the Soup

Author: Katie Speck

Publisher: Square Fish

ISBN: 125011456X

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 80

View: 5857

Maybelle is a lovely, plump cockroach. She lives in her own cozy little home under the refrigerator of Mr. and Mrs. Peabody. Maybelle knows it's best to stay hidden away, but she simply adores food. Just once she would love to taste something yummy before it hits the floor! When the Peabodys invite a Very Important Guest for dinner, Maybelle can't resist. She takes a teeny taste—and splashes into the biggest adventure of her life!

Salmon in the Soup

Author: Meg O'Brien

Publisher: Crossroad Press


Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 9895

SHE’S ONE CRIME REPORTER WHO CAN HOLD HER OWN WITH ANY MAN. A SMART LADY IN A TOUGH BUSINESS. BUT THAT’S OKAY—SHE MEANS BUSINESS … Mystery usually follows murder, but when Baby Cakes Sloan bites the bullet, everybody in Rochester already knows whodunit. Beautiful Babs had been Marcus Andrelli’s lawyer—until she got iced on the crime king's yacht. Of course, all fingers of guilt point to Andrelli. But Jesse James smells something fishy. And she’s casting for the truth, even if she has to drag the bottom of Lake Ontario to get it. Nobody knows Andrelli better than Jess. Mafia don, certainly. Killer of the woman he loved, no. To solve the murder, Jess has got to find the one missing witness: Andrelli’s bodyguard. Reeling in this tall, dark, and eccentric man should be a cinch for a woman as street smart as Jess. But fishing for a guy who’s as slippery as an eel lands her in a Mafia whirlpool—and enough hot water to drown a reporter with heels in cement.

An Island in the Soup

Author: Mireille Levert

Publisher: Groundwood Books


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 22

View: 3389

When Victor's mother serves him fish soup for lunch, he imagines he must cross a bubbling swamp, avoid the rain of peas and carrots, vanquish the pepper dragon, and escape Bad Fairy Zoop before he can eat.

Seaweed in the Soup

Author: Stanley Evans

Publisher: TouchWood Editions

ISBN: 1926971302

Category: Fiction

Page: 240

View: 9223

Silas Seaweed is back on the beat as the street-smart Coast Salish cop. A gardener is found dead and the prime suspects are two young local party girls. Silas is handed the case that soon takes a bloodier turn when a policeman’s wife is killed. Silas begins to suspect that these murders and other events are related to the recent tide of gang-related crimes that has been sweeping British Columbia. Just as he draws closer to finding concrete evidence, Silas finds his own reputation in danger and is suspended from the police force. His quest to clear his name and find the killers leads him from Victoria’s loud and steamy nightclubs and bars to the remote and quiet islands of Desolation Sound. The fifth mystery in this popular series, Seaweed in the Soup is a thrilling and suspenseful tale that skilfully combines a hard-boiled mystery narrative with the mythology of the Coast Salish. PRAISE FOR SEAWEED ON THE ROCKS (BOOK FOUR) “This series just keeps getting better and better. Rich descriptors evoke colour and emotion . . . In places the high energy feels like a hundred-yard dash.”—Hamilton Spectator “As clever and sparkly as the first three. Evans’ combination of light mystery and Salish mythology is fun.”— Globe and Mail

Doctor In The Soup

Author: Richard Gordon

Publisher: House of Stratus

ISBN: 0755131053

Category: Fiction

Page: 162

View: 6258

This witty medical mystery sees the deeply ambitions MP for Churchford join the list of Richard Gordon's private patients. Gordon is surprised when the MP pays him a visit of particular delicacy, but agrees to refer him to a psychiatrist. The referral letter goes astray and turns up in the hands of the press!

The Soup Mix Gourmet

Author: Diane Phillips


ISBN: 1458757269


Page: 416

View: 3210

Diane Phillips presents The Soup Mix Gourmet, mainstream short-cut cooking at its best, with more than 375 recipes that use dry soup mix or canned condensed soup as a key flavor ingredient. Simply put, these are easy-to-follow recipes for delicious meals that beat the clock. Because these soups pack a flavor wallop, adding them to dishes shaves down cooking times and strengthens flavors. The recipes here aren't merely variations on old recipes Mom used to make from the back of the box or the inside of the soup-can label. Phillips has used her culinary imagination and cooking skills to learn the best ways to use dried and canned soups, and she has given cooks fresh new ideas as well as old favorites reworked for today. Go beyond basic onion dip with savory Grecian Vegetable Dip. Show up at a potluck with Tuscan Green Bean Salad or Garlic Sesame Breadsticks. Explore new ways to cook the same old chicken with Friday Night Bistro Chicken. Plan a dinner for company with Lamb and Eggplant Lasagna, or a brunch with Lobster-Stuffed Potatoes. There are also recipes for casseroles, rice and pasta dishes, chilis, marinades and sauces, and, of course, soups and stews.

Mr. Putter & Tabby Stir the Soup

Author: Cynthia Rylant

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780547542430

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 44

View: 9297

Mr. Putter and Tabby's plans to cook a pot of homemade soup goes to the dogs--thanks to Mrs. Teaberry's pet, Zeke.

Hühnersuppe für die Seele

Geschichten, die das Herz erwärmen

Author: Jack Canfield,Mark Victor Hansen

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783442341856


Page: 220

View: 5163


Uncle Wille and the Soup Kitchen

Author: DyAnne DiSalvo-Ryan

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0688152856

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 3578

"A straightforward fictional view of an urban soup kitchen, as observed by a boy visiting it with his `Uncle Willie,' who works there every day....The difficult lives of those fed (including children)--as well as the friendly, nonintrusive attitude of the kitchen workers toward them--are presented sensitively but without sentimentality.

Spitting in the Soup

Inside the Dirty Game of Doping in Sports

Author: Mark Johnson

Publisher: VeloPress

ISBN: 1937716821

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 320

View: 6771

Doping is as old as organized sports. From baseball to horse racing, cycling to track and field, drugs have been used to enhance performance for 150 years. For much of that time, doping to do better was expected. It was doping to throw a game that stirred outrage. Today, though, athletes are vilified for using performance-enhancing drugs. Damned as moral deviants who shred the fair-play fabric, dopers are an affront to the athletes who don’t take shortcuts. But this tidy view swindles sports fans. While we may want the world sorted into villains and victims, putting the blame on athletes alone ignores decades of history in which teams, coaches, governments, the media, scientists, sponsors, sports federations, and even spectators have played a role. The truth about doping in sports is messy and shocking because it holds a mirror to our own reluctance to spit in the soup—that is, to tell the truth about the spectacle we crave. In Spitting in the Soup, sports journalist Mark Johnson explores how the deals made behind closed doors keep drugs in sports. Johnson unwinds the doping culture from the early days, when pills meant progress, and uncovers the complex relationships that underlie elite sports culture—the essence of which is not to play fair but to push the boundaries of human performance. It’s easy to assume that drugs in sports have always been frowned upon, but that’s not true. Drugs in sports are old. It’s banning drugs in sports that is new. Spitting in the Soup offers a bitingly honest, clear-eyed look at why that’s so, and what it will take to kick pills out of the locker room once and for all.

The Soup Bar

Author: Sara Lewis

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781474804028

Category: Soups

Page: 174

View: 8919

The Soup Bar hails the very best in nutritious recipes that pack a real taste punch. It salutes the new wave of mineral-filled bone broths, soups made of all things green, and bowls bursting with cooling, tasty fruit soups. Try a ladleful of vitality-boosting Creamy Parsnip & Cashew Soup, feed the soul with a Beef Bone Broth, or refresh your system with Cleansing Chicken & Celery Broth. This book includes expert information, from creating your own stocks to perfect choices for wholesome and tasty sides and garnishes.

The Soup Cookbook

Author: Anne Sheasby

Publisher: Lorenz Books

ISBN: 9780754814955

Category: Cooking

Page: 320

View: 4860

There is nothing to match the flavor and texture of real homemade soup, and tasty dishes can be cooked to suit all occasions-from cool summer appetizers to hearty and comforting main courses. Anne Sheasby has gathered together more than 200 inspirational recipes, from traditional favorites such as Creamy Tomato Soup, Pumpkin Soup and Chicken Minestrone to exotic variations such as Hungarian Sour Cherry Soup, Seafood Laksa and Vichyssoise. This book describes all of the ingredients you will need for making fabulous soups, including vegetables, meat, fish and pasta, and explains how to make stocks, how to thicken and flavor soups, and how to give dishes that little bit extra with garnishes such as crispy croutons, swirled cream and vegetable julienne strips. A huge repertoire of dishes is covered, including light and refreshing soups, rich and creamy chowders, winter warming consommes, hearty lunch and supper broths, one-pot-meals and special-occasion soups. Book jacket.