Did you know that January is National Soup Month? Celebrate by making a pot of warm, comforting, delicious soup! Making soup from scratch doesn’t take much longer than opening a can; plus, it’s healthier and tastier than what’s in that can. And? It makes your kitchen smell delightful.
The Big Book of Soups and Stews by Maryana Vollstedt. With a wonderful selection of quick bread recipes and a crockpot full of tips and hints to help soup-makers hone their skills, this is the ultimate one-stop comfort food cookbook.
Good Housekeeping Soups and Stews. Easy to make, full of flavor, simple to freeze, and as delicious reheated as fresh, soups and stews are a home cook’s best friend. Good Housekeeping has assembled a wonderful collection of simple, healthy, triple-tested recipes to warm up every mealtime.
Soup: A Way of Life by Barbara Kafka. In a wonderfully diverse collection of nearly 300 recipes from all over the world — some traditional, some newly minted, many so simple they require no cooking at all, each of them very much a part of our spiritual and emotional lives — she offers up a lifetime worth of pleasure.
Savory Soups and Stews by Anne Egan. This book of 75 recipes comes with complete nutritional analyses of each, a breadth of streamlined choices, and an introduction to basic soup cooking techniques.
Biggest Book of Soups and Stews by Better Homes and Gardens. More than 350 recipes for all seasons and reasons: casual or elegant, fast or slow-crafted, as a starter or a hearty meal. The best ragus, stews, chilis, chowders, chilled soups, bisques, and more. Super-fast soups, ready to serve in less than 30 minutes.
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