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The answer to your dinnertime dilemma. Family-friendly soups to satisfy your soul—and stomach. To close the coldest, bone-chilling day or soothe the roughest afternoon, turn to Soup & Comfort for hearty classics, international favorites, and inventive updates. Packed with pages of nourishing, emotionally satisfying soups and stews using affordable, fresh, easy- The answer to your dinnertime dilemma. Family-friendly soups to satisfy your soul—and stomach. To close the coldest, bone-chilling day or soothe the roughest afternoon, turn to Soup & Comfort for hearty classics, international favorites, and inventive updates. Packed with pages of nourishing, emotionally satisfying soups and stews using affordable, fresh, easy-to-find ingredients (No bouillon cubes here!), every recipe in this soup cookbook caters to a wide variety of dietary preferences and tastes, from tantalizing vegetarian versions to gluten-free options. Featuring full-color photos, Soup & Comfort explores the many ways that homemade soup can nourish body and soul, with: 135 mouthwatering recipes, from comfort classics like Grandma’s Chicken Noodle to international flavors like Chicken Faux Pho Time-saving tips for making great stocks and preparing perfect garnishes Convenient fix-and-forget slow cooker recipes plus handy soup tips to liven leftovers From chilled soups to chowders, Soup & Comfort offers something for everyone to enjoy—one spoonful at a time.


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The answer to your dinnertime dilemma. Family-friendly soups to satisfy your soul—and stomach. To close the coldest, bone-chilling day or soothe the roughest afternoon, turn to Soup & Comfort for hearty classics, international favorites, and inventive updates. Packed with pages of nourishing, emotionally satisfying soups and stews using affordable, fresh, easy- The answer to your dinnertime dilemma. Family-friendly soups to satisfy your soul—and stomach. To close the coldest, bone-chilling day or soothe the roughest afternoon, turn to Soup & Comfort for hearty classics, international favorites, and inventive updates. Packed with pages of nourishing, emotionally satisfying soups and stews using affordable, fresh, easy-to-find ingredients (No bouillon cubes here!), every recipe in this soup cookbook caters to a wide variety of dietary preferences and tastes, from tantalizing vegetarian versions to gluten-free options. Featuring full-color photos, Soup & Comfort explores the many ways that homemade soup can nourish body and soul, with: 135 mouthwatering recipes, from comfort classics like Grandma’s Chicken Noodle to international flavors like Chicken Faux Pho Time-saving tips for making great stocks and preparing perfect garnishes Convenient fix-and-forget slow cooker recipes plus handy soup tips to liven leftovers From chilled soups to chowders, Soup & Comfort offers something for everyone to enjoy—one spoonful at a time.

30 review for Soup & Comfort: A Cookbook of Homemade Recipes to Warm the Soul

  1. 4 out of 5

    Marathon County Public Library

    Looking for a cozy, homemade soup recipe now that winter is here? Have family members that have allergies, or have them yourself? This cookbook has over a hundred recipes of enticing soups. There is something for every soup lover! None of the recipes look too intimidating or time consuming, and I especially liked that this cookbook listed if each recipe was gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, paleo, paleo-friendly, fix-and-forget (can be done in a slow cooker), and/or "big 8 allergy friendly." Tips Looking for a cozy, homemade soup recipe now that winter is here? Have family members that have allergies, or have them yourself? This cookbook has over a hundred recipes of enticing soups. There is something for every soup lover! None of the recipes look too intimidating or time consuming, and I especially liked that this cookbook listed if each recipe was gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, paleo, paleo-friendly, fix-and-forget (can be done in a slow cooker), and/or "big 8 allergy friendly." Tips and nutrition information are also provided. Sarah M. / Marathon County Public Library Find this book in our library catalog.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Judith Lamp

    I love delicious homemade soup! This cookbook has it all: fresh ingredients, great flavors, easy to follow recipes, and variations for gluten-free, paleo, vegetarian, vegan (needed in my household!) I enjoyed the simple, honest writing and styling, including the nutritional breakdowns. I really respect that the author makes these wonderful soups day-in and day-out for her family, so the recipes are well-tested. No need to impress - just "come and get it" goodness! I love delicious homemade soup! This cookbook has it all: fresh ingredients, great flavors, easy to follow recipes, and variations for gluten-free, paleo, vegetarian, vegan (needed in my household!) I enjoyed the simple, honest writing and styling, including the nutritional breakdowns. I really respect that the author makes these wonderful soups day-in and day-out for her family, so the recipes are well-tested. No need to impress - just "come and get it" goodness!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lynda

    A solid soup cookbook. (No pun intended.)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lifeisadance

    Great down to earth book on Soups I initially borrowed from my library. I enjoyed the book and will use the recipes so I purchased the kindle version. Kindle version is well laid out and had links to recipes so it is quick to navigate One recipe I have never seen is the Parmesan broth. I have used the same technique to use the rinds as I hate to throw them away. I soak them in cold water and use the broth and the soften rinds in my soups. Adds lots of flavour and the softened rinds melt into the Great down to earth book on Soups I initially borrowed from my library. I enjoyed the book and will use the recipes so I purchased the kindle version. Kindle version is well laid out and had links to recipes so it is quick to navigate One recipe I have never seen is the Parmesan broth. I have used the same technique to use the rinds as I hate to throw them away. I soak them in cold water and use the broth and the soften rinds in my soups. Adds lots of flavour and the softened rinds melt into the broth.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Amberwench

    Variety of flavors from not-complicated ingredients list, and easy suggestions for allergy swaps. Chapters divided logically with an all-you-need-to-start introduction. Excellent reference book for the new home cook.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kelley Montz

    My favorite cookbook of all time!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Yaaresse

    A collection of simple, basic soups. The author follows a paleo diet, her spouse is vegetarian, and apparently her kids are allergic to a bunch of stuff, but there's still soups listed with meat, dairy, wheat, etc. Each recipe has labels at the top that indicate whether any of the special diets apply. It seems a little silly to me since most people who claim they need a special diet should be able to tell whether a soup has eggs, wheat, dairy, etc., but the labeling will probably make the specia A collection of simple, basic soups. The author follows a paleo diet, her spouse is vegetarian, and apparently her kids are allergic to a bunch of stuff, but there's still soups listed with meat, dairy, wheat, etc. Each recipe has labels at the top that indicate whether any of the special diets apply. It seems a little silly to me since most people who claim they need a special diet should be able to tell whether a soup has eggs, wheat, dairy, etc., but the labeling will probably make the special dietary people happy. There is a section for cold soups, which might be nice come triple digit temps. A lot of soup books forget to include those. The Kindle edition navigates well. Recipes for each section are listed with links at the beginning of each section, so you don't have to scroll around trying to locate a specific recipe. The recipes themselves seem OK, at least I didn't notice any glaring problems with measurements or instructions. There are some pictures, maybe two dozen. Again, it's soup, not rocket science so it's perfectly understandable that they didn't go to the expense of photographing every single recipe. We've all seen soup. We should have the idea. Besides, the recipes are not that complex. Usually I try to cook a few recipes before rating a cookbook, but I just didn't see much in here that intrigued me or that I felt required a recipe. Soup is one of those things I tend to cook intuitively, so maybe I'm just the wrong market for this level of hand-holding. . I guess for the absolute beginner cook, it would be helpful.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia

    A nicely laid out cookbook with the recipes divided into several different categories. It also has a few parts (introduction, appendix, glossary, etc.) which provide additional information without going overboard. I found The Dirty Dozen & The Clean Fifteen to be very interesting. A short, one page listing produced by the non-profit organization Environment Working Group (EWG) about pesticide residues of fruits and vegetables. I liked that each recipe contained some type of ingredient or substitu A nicely laid out cookbook with the recipes divided into several different categories. It also has a few parts (introduction, appendix, glossary, etc.) which provide additional information without going overboard. I found The Dirty Dozen & The Clean Fifteen to be very interesting. A short, one page listing produced by the non-profit organization Environment Working Group (EWG) about pesticide residues of fruits and vegetables. I liked that each recipe contained some type of ingredient or substitution tip and the basic nutritional information. What I didn't like, no pictures: The only pictures in the book were at the beginning of each chapter. While I'm sure some of them would be delish, none of the recipes called to me to make right now! Of the ones I did find most appealing, they were in the Chapter - Meaty Soups, Stews & Chili.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Regina Reads

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  18. 5 out of 5

    Bill Simpson

  19. 4 out of 5

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    Dnowhat

  30. 5 out of 5

    Erin

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