The authors of Don't Tell 'Em It's Good for 'Em and other cookbooks offer here an enticing collection of more than 200 soup recipes. Keeping the fare simplethere is a chapter of soups that can be made in less than 30 minutes and a chapter of crock-pot soupsBaggett and Glick ladle such diverse creations as chicken noodle soup, shrimp and mushroom soup under puff pastry, country pork ribs and cabbage soup, peach soup with amaretto, meat and meatless concoctions, cold soups and a fruit version of gazpacho (made of mangos, cherries, grapes and blueberries added to pureed watermelon). Garnishes are added, with recipes for croutons, dumplings and noodles, and the authors designate the soups which are hearty enough for a main course. Foreign rights: Macmillan. November 29
Reviewed on: 11/01/1985 Release date: 11/01/1985 Genre: Nonfiction
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