Few foods rival the feel-good factor of soup, whether a hearty minestrone on a chilly evening, a cooling gazpacho in the heat of summer, or the comforting tomato soup of childhood memory. This rich collection brings together 100 soup recipes from some of Britain's leading chefs and food writers. From Jamie Oliver's Chickpea, Leak and Parmesan Soup, to Rick Stein's Classic Fish Soup with Rouille and Croutons, here are recipes for every mood and meal. And as every culture embraces soup of some kind, the influences at work here are wonderfully varied--Ken Hom's Tomato Ginger Soup, Terence Conran's Borscht, Nobu's Seafood Miso with Chorizo, and Sam and Sam Clark's Chestnut and Chorizo Soup, to name but a few. Soup is surely the ultimate seasonal food, and, reflecting this, the book is organized by time of year, so that ingredients are easy to find and at their full-flavored best.
This is a great one to get in time for winter, with lots of hearty favourites to warm up the family’s bellies on those cold nights. I like the thick pumpkin soup, which is very tasty and has a great texture. Lots of recipes that can be made in advance and then stuck in the freezer. Also some good ideas for using up leftover ingredients. If you like soups you will love this book.
A simple cookbook covering favourite soup recipes from different celebrity chefs. Not bad to have in your kitchen for references, especially when the book is such a bargain. This book can be used throughout the year since they have recipes for both hot and cold weathers. The photos included are quite nice and tasty.