The aroma of home-made soup warming on the hob is one of life’s great comforts. Whether you’re longing for a winter-warming Wild Mushroom and Toasted Spelt Soup on a cold and rainy day, or want to try the fresh Mediterranean flavours of a chilled Gazpacho for a sun-soaked summertime lunch outdoors, this book gives you everything you need to create bowls of delicious goodness in your own kitchen. Here you’ll find a tureen-full of international flavours with tried-and-tested recipes.
Try chowders from America, dals from India, Middle Eastern tagine soups, Scottish broths, Eastern European borschs, Japanese miso soups, Italian bean stews and pasta soups, and French classics such as onion soup and bouillabaisse. Whatever the size of your appetite, whatever the occasion, you’ll find just the right soup in this mouth-watering collection of recipes, from simple and traditional to elegant and inventive, as well as countless ideas for the perfect accompaniment. Whether you’re a beginner or a more experienced cook, you’ll find it easy to master the art of soup-making with this one-stop guide for soup lovers.
Beverly LeBlanc is the author of 12 cookery books and was the Food Editor of Reader’s Digest. She regularly contributed recipes to a number of publications, including the Sunday Telegraph and Bella.