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Title:
Soup makes the meal : 150 soul-satisfying recipes for soups, salads, and breads
Author:
Haedrich, Ken, 1954-
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
Boston : Harvard Common Press, 2001.
Physical Description:
xiii, 258 pages ; 23 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781558321861

9781558321878
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Soup Makes the Meal is divided into 50 menus, each including a soup, a salad, and a bread recipe. The meals are developed so that the flavors within each harmonize, although the separate elements can also be mixed and matched. Best of all, the soups don't require homemade stock, many (but not all) of the breads are quick breads, and the salads range from light to hearty.
There's nothing like a steaming bowl of soup on a cold day. White Bean and Kale Minestrone served with Savory Pull-Apart Bread and Roasted Pepper, Potato, and Greens Salad will fortify body and soul. But soup isn't just a cold-weather meal. For the springtime, there's Asparagus Vichyssoise accompanied by Cornmeal Muffins with Bacon and Pecans, and a Cherry Tomato, Cantaloupe, and Red Onion Salad. For the dog days of summer, there's Smoky Fresh Corn Chowder with Raspberry Muffins and Pesto Potato Salad.

 

 


Author Notes

KEN HAEDRICH, with his four decades of experience as a "comfort food" cook, has collaborated with The Old Farmer's Almanac on two books: Comfort Food and Everyday Baking . Author of 13 cookbooks, many from The Harvard Common Press, and winner of the Julia Child Cookbook Award, his recipes, food articles, and tips have brought great food and delicious dishes to millions of people. Ken lives in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, and is the "dean" of The Pie Academy found here: thepieacademy.com."


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Library Journal Review

Known for his simple but satisfying home-style recipes and especially his desserts and baked goods, Haedrich (Country Baking) here provides 50 complete menus for soup, salad, and bread (or biscuits or muffins), organized by season: The recipes are easy and mostly quick, and the menus make generous meals some of the soup-bread or soup-salad combinations, in fact, could stand alone. Busy home cooks and soup lovers will find Haedrich's latest book appealing; recommended for most collections. [Good Cook selection.] (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


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