Soup Club Cookbook Review
|Title:||Soup Club: 80 Cozy Recipes for Creative Plant-Based Soups and Stews to Share|
|Published:||November 9, 2021, Andrews McMeel Publishing|
|No. of Pages:||192|
|Cover Price:||$24.99 Paperback, $10.99 Kindle|
Love Soup? Almost everybody does, and especially when cold weather comes around, nothing is better than a warming bowl of good, flavorful soup. Caroline Wright has gone the extra mile in creating amazing soups and has compiled them in her cookbook, Soup Club: 80 Cozy Recipes for Creative Plant-Based Soups and Stews to Share.
This cookbook includes soups with flavors gathered from all over the world. There are soups for everyone here, and even though the recipes are plant based – vegetarian with plenty of vegan - those of us who like meat, fish, and poultry in our soups, they can be easily added. This cookbook, however is a vegetarian’s dream, with enough variety to keep everyone happy.
The recipes are presented in the traditional manner, so they are easy to follow, and many are quick and easy to make. There is a beautiful photograph of each of the soups, which is essential for a good cookbook, as well as charming black and white photos of the author’s family and friends enjoying life. The ingredients are mostly mainstream, and while there are a few that require a trip to the health food aisle in the grocery store, most cooks have what is needed already in their refrigerator crisper or their pantry shelves. The ingredients are mostly healthy, also, so those lucky enough to sample the soups will have that bonus. Beans, pulses, pastas, and different varieties of rice all add body to these excellent soups.
Anyone who loves soup will enjoy this excellent cookbook, and most importantly, it will be used over and over. Highly recommended.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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