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Soup Suppers: More Than 100 Main-Course Soups and 40 Accompaniments

More Than 100 Soup Recipes and 40 Accompaniments

Author: Arthur Schwartz  

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The author of What to Cook When You Think There's Nothing in the House to Eat provides delicious and easy-to-follow recipes for turning simple soups into sensational meals. Contains over 100 soup recipes and 40 accompaniments—appetizers, salads, breads, and desserts.

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Summary

The author of What to Cook When You Think There's Nothing in the House to Eat provides delicious and easy-to-follow recipes for turning simple soups into sensational meals. Contains over 100 soup recipes and 40 accompaniments—appetizers, salads, breads, and desserts.

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Healthful, practical, and economical, soup as a main course is a natural for the way people eat today. In "Soup Suppers, " Arthur Schwartz provides everything you need to know to turn a simple soup into a sensational meal.

His chapters are conveniently organized by main ingredient and feature recipes that offer something for everyone. Here are new recipes for soups from around the world as well as favorites from just around the block, all made equally accessible to American cooks and their kitchens. Here you will find everything from simple, homey dishes like Chicken Gumbo, Fresh Tomato Soup, and Chili con Carne to such adventuresome departures from the everyday as Porcini, Potato, and Barley Soup; Thai Shrimp Soup; and Moroccan Harira with Chick-peas.

In addition to the soups themselves, Arthur Schwartz provides recipes for accompaniments—breads, salads, appetizers, and desserts—that make his already hearty soups complete meals. Bruschetta, Popovers, and Walnut Onion Muffins are easy to prepare and delicious on the side of a soup, as are healthy recipes for Celery and Parmesan Salad, Marinated Mushrooms, and String Beans with Garlic and Sesame Oil. There is no better way to end a meal than with Arthur Schwartz's recipes for desserts, including Oatmeal Lace Cookies, Blueberry Apple Crumble, and Swedish Almond Cake.

Presented in the relaxed and friendly manner for which Arthur Schwartz is known, "Soup Suppers" offers a versatile and satisfying, wholesome and hearty approach to home-cooked meals.

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Critic Reviews

""Soup Suppers" is an enormously enticing book, an inspiration for cooking easy, inexpensive, and nourishing meals with seasonal ingredients. This is the way I want to cook for my family andfriends."-- Alice Waters"Like Arthur Schwartz, I come 'from a serious soup-making, soup-eating family'. But I must say, the Scotch Broth and Corn Chowder I was weaned on pale beside this colorful collection, which includes some superb-sounding Russian and Middle Eastern soups I've never heard of. Arthur makes them all sound so easy, so "delicious, " I can't wait to haul out the soup kettle. "Soup Suppers" is one cookbook that is going to end up with plenty of smudges and spatters--the ultimate compliment!"-- Jean Anderson, coauthor, "The New German Cookbook""Why do I love "Soup Suppers" like I do? First and foremost, it is by Arthur Schwartz, whose no-nonsense palate knows what "good" tastes like. Second ... there is no second!"-- Julie Sahni, Author, "Classic Indian Cooking""Some cookbooks are fun to read, others are useful. "What to Cook" is both. It manages to transform a bare cupboard into a kitchen adventure. We're going to keep our copy on the emergency shelf, so we can turn to it whenever we find ourselves in need of a quick recipe or some delightful kitchen companionship: Arthur Schwartz has provided plenty of both.'-- Jane and Michael Stern, "American Gourmet""Arthur Schwartz is a man who cooks almost as well as he eats, and in "What to Cook" he shares both of these do-able pleasures with the home cook"-- Barbara Kafka

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About the Author

Schwartz is a former food editor and restaurant critic for the New York Daily News.

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Product Details

Publisher
William Morrow & Company | HarperPerennial
Published
31st January 1994
Edition
1st
Pages
215
ISBN
9780060969486
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