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Big Book of Soups and Stews PBby Maryana Vollstedt
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Where the best-selling Big Book of Casseroles brought bubbling cheese and golden bread crumbs, The Big Book of Soups and Stews brings succulent meats, tender vegetables, and creamy, savory goodness with 262 comforting recipes for soups, chowders, and stews. From a hot and hearty stew for a cold night to a cool, refreshing Vichyssoise for a sizzling afternoon, there's a recipe here for every occasion. Also included are nostalgic classics (like everyone's favorite Chicken Noodle Soup) as well as innovative new creations inspired by the cuisines of the world--from Thai Ginger Chicken to Mexican Seafood. With a wonderful selection of quick bread recipes and a crockpot full of tips and hints to help soup-makers hone their skills, The Big Book of Soups and Stews is the ultimate one-stop comfort food cookbook.
"The Big Book of Soups and Stews" brings succulent meats, tender vegetables, and creamy, savory goodness with 262 comforting recipes for soups, chowders, and stews. From a hot and hearty stew for a cold night to a cool, refreshing Vichyssoise for a sizzling afternoon, there's a recipe here for every occasion.
The Big Book of Soups and Stews contains 250 recipes for soup, stews, bisques, and chowders. There is something for everyone with chapters on beef soups, chicken, fish and shellfish, vegetarian, and cream soups. From classic to contemporary, these soups and stews reach around the globe with influences from Latin America, Asia, Europe, North Africa, and North America. After the success of the Big Book of Casseroles, it's pretty obvious that young and old alike love comfort food and what could be more nostalgic and heartwarming than Chicken Noodle Soup or a hearty beef stew? And with a chapter of tips and a glossary of unusual terms, the perfect soup or stew is right around the corner.
About the Author
Maryana Vollstedt is the author of several cookbooks, including the popular self-published What's for Dinner? series and Pacific Fresh. She lives in Eugene, Oregon.
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