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Few foods make us feel good as soup. From the thick tomato soup of childhood to restorative spicy concoctions on chilly evenings, or a low-fat meal at lunchtime, soup and well-being go hand in hand. Soup Kitchen is a fantastic collection that brings together 100 recipes from top food writers and chefs at work today. From Delia Smiths Cauliflower Soup with Roquefort to Jamie Olivers Chickpea, Leek and Parmesan Soup, there are soups here for every need, whether quick post-work suppers or more sophisticated ideas to serve friends. With a foreword by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Soup Kitchen takes a seasonal approach so you can get the best from fresh ingredients. His introduction is complete with practical advice on stocks, and key soup-making techniques. Along with recipes from some of the worlds finest chefs, this book is full of personality and quirky photography, making the art of soup-making enjoyable and accessible to all. The royalties from the book will go to homeless charities including The Salvation Army and Centrepoint
A great addition to your cookbook collection -- BBC Good Food magazine, September 2005
Full of delicious recipes -- Vogue, December 2005
Liquid Gold -- Delicious magazine, September 2005
Great book, very good condition, excellent value and good packaging for delivery.Published 11 months ago by Sally
I borrowed this book from my library and thought it was so good I wanted it for myself- great .Published 14 months ago by janet wood
There are many recipes that seem very different from those found in other books. They are not the quickest soups to make but are delicious. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Allison Coe
The idea behind this book was to raise money for homeless charities across the UK, hence the title: what a brilliant idea! Read morePublished 18 months ago by Cheshire Cat
A great book, all sorts of recipes for all sorts of occassions and seasons. Some very simple indeed. Looking forward to trying them all. Read morePublished on 7 Nov. 2010 by Jak
When I bought this book I was hoping for a book with simple easy to make recipes (soups should be easy I think). Some of the recipes are just too overcomplicated.Published on 19 Aug. 2007 by A reader
I enjoyed this book and I think most people will also, especially since it's winter. I love soup and this book does a good job.Published on 8 Dec. 2005 by Jane