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Soup for Every Day: 365 of Our Favourite Recipes (New Covent Garden Soup Company) by [New Covent Garden Soup Company]
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Book Description

The only cookbook soup lovers will ever need

About the Author

The New Covent Garden Food Company was established in 1987 to bring quality, homemade soup to the shelves of our supermarkets. They remain the leading brand in fresh soup.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 64737 KB
  • Print Length: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Boxtree; Reprints edition (11 July 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CUG8GFI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 375 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #180,022 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I have all the books in this series and this one is certainly the best. I do not miss the ring binding of the earlier books and prefer the robust binding of this book.

I look forward to working my way through it but I will not stick to the "This is January 25 so the soup is...." approach. The very good index will be well used.

I tried the 'Petit Pois and Watercress' recipe on Sunday. My family is adicted to another menu for Watercress soup which is marginally better and not nearly so pea-flavoured but which takes ages to prepare. This was simple and quick. It went down to a band playing, as a Scottish friend would say. It will be a frequent starter with the other recipe reserved for special occasions when I have time to spare.

Did I say frequent? Possibly not as frequent as I now think. The index is full of mouthwatering suggestions and there are lots of ideas for vegetarians. I know that I will never make them but even the meaty ones sound good.

If you have room for only one book on soup, this is the one to buy.

Heather
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Format: Hardcover
I've been looking for a decent soup book for ages, one that has good easy to follow soup recipes for the average person on the street and I must say this ticks every box! Such great value for 365 recipes and they follow the seasons so in Oct there are plenty of squash recipes. This book comes VERY highly recommended !!!!!
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Format: Hardcover
I was given this book for my birthday and I am SO happy with it. The book itself is weighty and gorgeous with gold detailing. It isn't spiral bound like the other Covent Garden books. The soups are split into each day of the year and the pages are brightly coloured. There are some oddball recipes in there (chocolate soup for one), but some really interesting ones too - the 24th December one is called White Christmas and it is White Onion, Stilton and Sherry - which I am quite looking forward to making. There are all the favourite Covent Garden recipes in too - Carrot and Coriander, Broccoli and Stilton etc. The recipes aren't complicated or long so all in all this is a beautiful book and would make an excellent present for any vetern foodie or anyone who loves soup!
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I agree with the rave reviews of the recipes. I bought my first New Covent Garden Soup book because, although I love cooking, I had naver made a soup. I fell in love with the first recipe I tried and it wasn't long before I was in possesion of another in the series.

Hence, when I saw this production, I had to get it. There are a lote of recipes I haven't already got and I like the idea of recipes that are seasonal. In, fact, I have just made the chicken and asparagus soup - delicious.

So why only three stars? Well, because this should be a quality product. However, there are recipes that use ingredients that are not in the ingredient list, there are listed ingredients that are not used in the recipes, typos - shoddy, careless and very frustrating. Okay, so you can figure out what to do with the ingredients that don't figure in the method (at least i have been able to so far) but such carelessness is unforgivable.
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This is marvellous. They seem to have combined all the recipes they seem to have ever made and detailed how to make them in this book of 365 recipes. Its a bigger book than all the others (well obviously) and they have moved away from the ring bound book style to the more posh book style that so many books now use. Even has gold writing on it. Its easily laid out so recipes are easy to follow. They remain true to the other books and have no photographs of the finished soups..... but then its a soup not a Coq au Vin! Love it. Now to try tomorrows soup today.
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Format: Hardcover
The soups are terrific, WHEN they work. Unfortunately, there are too many errors. For instance, ingredients are called for that are not in the ingredient list. And the converse occurs... occasionally ingredients are listed, but the method then fails to include them in the soup....[???]

Then again, watch out for October the 18th, which date has a very WET soup indeed! Four portions do not need a whole litre of stock AND nearly a pint of milk between 'em. We should have been suspicious at the amount of fluid in the recipe, but pressed on anyway... (sigh) so, down the sink went that one! We didn't get any soup, we lost our apples and parsnips, also the milk, and the time it took to discover the error. We have also lost some confidence in the rest of the book, of course.
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Format: Hardcover
I've always been a fan of the Covent Garden soups and after seeing this book at a friend's house, decided I had to get it for myself. Before then, I hadn't even known they published their recipes. The book itself is very attractive and good quality paper. I think one small improvement could have been a sort of ribbon to keep your place because the way the book is bound means it doesn't really lie flat (and forcing it would ruin it). There are no pictures in it, which I usually don't like, but because the recipes are just soups I don't find this a problem at all, I find I don't miss the photos.
The soups themselves are fantastic. They are separated into seasons (via the colour on the page) and most of the recipes do not have long lists of ingredients, which is one of the most important factors to me as I don't have much money and don't want to go spending twenty quid on a soup. If you have basic ingredients in your cupboards, such as onions, garlic, tomato puree and various herbs and spices then you'll often find all you need to buy is a few vegetables. Having said that, if you do want to make something a bit more special, there are also recipes for slightly more complicated dishes, e.g. involving mussels or lobster. There are also some dessert ones that I have yet to try involving chocolate or champagne and there are some unusual recipes such as orange pepper and kiwi and one involving rhubarb. Otherwise there is a good mix of vegetarian, meat, poultry and fish soups. I have recently become vegetarian but still find this book brilliant as most of the recipes can be adapted. Various nationalities are also represented, with Thai, Moroccan, Italian, Scottish and French etc. flavours.
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