Paperback ï Soup Swap PDF/EPUB Þ

Paperback ï Soup Swap PDF/EPUB Þ


Soup Swap ❰Ebook❯ ➩ Soup Swap Author Kathy Gunst – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk There's no better way to cultivate community foster friendship or simply nourish family than over heartwarming bowls of homemade soup And here soup lovers will find 60 terrific recipes featuring such There's no better way to cultivate community foster friendship or simply nourish family than over heartwarming bowls of homemade soup And here soup lovers will find terrific recipes featuring such classics as creamy Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese Croutons plus international favorites like Thai Red Curry Chicken Noodle Soup Each recipe has suggested sides to make it a meal and tips for easy transporting which makes them just right to bring to a Soup Swap where everyone can sample the offerings and then take home a variety of leftovers to enjoy all week Whether taken to the party or savored at home this trusted collection of soups stews and chowders is sure to satisfy all year long.


10 thoughts on “Soup Swap

  1. Deb Deb says:

    Kathy Gunst is a the Resident Chef for NPR's Here and Now and became a soup lover when a long and fierce freezing New England winter had her thinking about making and eating soup for breakfast lunch dinner and afternoon pick me ups She and her friend and neighbor Hope started a wintertime Second Sunday Soup Swap Supper where soups were made and swapped and those taking part could go home with a variety of soups to chose from Although I live in a tropical climate and eat soup year round I can get behind any soup centered function and think that Gunst and I would get along wellSoup Swap has the basic info for hosting your own soup swap party including some Soup Swap stickers for labeling your soups than 60 recipes for soups toppings side dishes and accompaniments Gunst covers the basics of making broths and stocks and recipes are divided into Vegetable Soups Chicken Turkey Soups Meat Soups Fish Seafood Soups Chowders Side Dishes and Garnishes Toppings Although I don't know that I'll ever host an actual soup swap I freuently make and give soup to friends and Gunst offers handy To Go tips for making her recipes portable for swapping or giving Although I don't eat meat or poultry there are plenty of vegetable and fish and seafood recipes that I can enjoy in the book like Asparagus and Leek Soup with Chive Oil Miso Soup with Tofu and Scallions Mulligatawny Corn and Sweet Potato Chowder with Saffron Cream Provencal Style Fish Soup with Rouille and Baby Turnip Soup with Miso Butter and Toasted Hazelnuts and Cioppino to name just a fewSoup Swap is a paperback with a thick and and touchable textured cover It lays flat and will stay flat when opened important when you are busy in the kitchen The recipes all sound tasty instructions are clear and step by step and many of the soups have mouthwatering color photos to look at The recipes have introductions and there are boxes with soup making tips scattered throughout the book If you are a soup fan Soup Swap would be an excellent addition to your cookbook collection or it would make a great gift for a soup loving friend


  2. Julie Christine Julie Christine says:

    Destined to a be a constant recipe companion this autumn and winter Highly recommended


  3. Debra Debra says:

    I usually don't read introductions to cookbooks but Gunst's description of how this book came to be is an interesting read Faced with an unreasonably harsh and long New England winter Gunst found herself having soup for breakfast lunch dinner and afternoon pick me ups With all the winter isolation ahead Gunst and a friend aptly named Hope created a Second Sunday Soup Swap Supper event for a group of neighbors and thus a new soup communing group was born Soup Swap contains instructions for hosting your own soup swap party and three adhesive stickers to label your soup jars or containers There is a section on creating your own broths and stocks along with a collection of suggested side dishes garnishes and toppings Along the way Gunst gives tips on how to transport and store the soups This book is definitely a great collection and includes sections on vegetable soups chicken and turkey soups meat soups and seafood soups and chowders Most recipes are accompanied by beautiful photographs Stay tuned for a celebration of this book at Coobook Club's #SoupSwapParty starting September 11 2016


  4. Rachel Rachel says:

    The premise of this book is really interesting It offers tips and suggestions for hosting regular soup swap parties It sounds like a great way to share food with friends and try new soups The basics are that everyone brings a soup to share and ends up with leftovers for later a great way to have a variety of warm winter soups without so much cooking The fact that I already own several cookbooks focused on soup means that I already had recipes for most of the types of soup However the tips for toppings sides and transporting the soups are pretty cool Grilled cheese croutons sound particularly tasty and awesome


  5. Alison Alison says:

    On a spring day when winter seemed to come back I grabbed a stack of books about soup from the library This was my favorite with beautiful photos and delicious looking recipes I might change my review after making some of these soups


  6. Brianna Sowinski Brianna Sowinski says:

    I love soup and this book had a ton of recipes from basic tomato to chorizo black bean Awesome ideas especially as fall is coming up fairly soon I saved uite a few recipes to try out Formating was pleasant and it included photos for most of the recipes which I enjoy


  7. Regina Regina says:

    Read because I wanted soupy inspiration and recipes for soup club It was a uick book to get through on a rainy dreary night when a cup of soup would have been welcome but I didn't find any recipes I wanted to cook


  8. Mary C Mary C says:

    I found this cookbook in a little shop in Maine and so enjoy it


  9. Laura Laura says:

    I really enjoyed the recipes in this book and especially how it tailored them for soup swapping sharing


  10. Violet Laflamme Violet Laflamme says:

    Loved all the attention to the concept of Soup Swap parties I also really love soup and all the vegan options were so clearly labeled


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10 thoughts on “Soup Swap

  1. Deb Deb says:

    Kathy Gunst is a the Resident Chef for NPR's Here and Now and became a soup lover when a long and fierce freezing New England winter had her thinking about making and eating soup for breakfast lunch dinner and afternoon pick me ups She and her friend and neighbor Hope started a wintertime Second Sunday Soup Swap Supper where soups were made and swapped and those taking part could go home with a variety of soups to chose from Although I live in a tropical climate and eat soup year round I can get behind any soup centered function and think that Gunst and I would get along wellSoup Swap has the basic info for hosting your own soup swap party including some Soup Swap stickers for labeling your soups than 60 recipes for soups toppings side dishes and accompaniments Gunst covers the basics of making broths and stocks and recipes are divided into Vegetable Soups Chicken Turkey Soups Meat Soups Fish Seafood Soups Chowders Side Dishes and Garnishes Toppings Although I don't know that I'll ever host an actual soup swap I freuently make and give soup to friends and Gunst offers handy To Go tips for making her recipes portable for swapping or giving Although I don't eat meat or poultry there are plenty of vegetable and fish and seafood recipes that I can enjoy in the book like Asparagus and Leek Soup with Chive Oil Miso Soup with Tofu and Scallions Mulligatawny Corn and Sweet Potato Chowder with Saffron Cream Provencal Style Fish Soup with Rouille and Baby Turnip Soup with Miso Butter and Toasted Hazelnuts and Cioppino to name just a fewSoup Swap is a paperback with a thick and and touchable textured cover It lays flat and will stay flat when opened important when you are busy in the kitchen The recipes all sound tasty instructions are clear and step by step and many of the soups have mouthwatering color photos to look at The recipes have introductions and there are boxes with soup making tips scattered throughout the book If you are a soup fan Soup Swap would be an excellent addition to your cookbook collection or it would make a great gift for a soup loving friend

  2. Julie Christine Julie Christine says:

    Destined to a be a constant recipe companion this autumn and winter Highly recommended

  3. Debra Debra says:

    I usually don't read introductions to cookbooks but Gunst's description of how this book came to be is an interesting read Faced with an unreasonably harsh and long New England winter Gunst found herself having soup for breakfast lunch dinner and afternoon pick me ups With all the winter isolation ahead Gunst and a friend aptly named Hope created a Second Sunday Soup Swap Supper event for a group of neighbors and thus a new soup communing group was born Soup Swap contains instructions for hosting your own soup swap party and three adhesive stickers to label your soup jars or containers There is a section on creating your own broths and stocks along with a collection of suggested side dishes garnishes and toppings Along the way Gunst gives tips on how to transport and store the soups This book is definitely a great collection and includes sections on vegetable soups chicken and turkey soups meat soups and seafood soups and chowders Most recipes are accompanied by beautiful photographs Stay tuned for a celebration of this book at Coobook Club's #SoupSwapParty starting September 11 2016

  4. Rachel Rachel says:

    The premise of this book is really interesting It offers tips and suggestions for hosting regular soup swap parties It sounds like a great way to share food with friends and try new soups The basics are that everyone brings a soup to share and ends up with leftovers for later a great way to have a variety of warm winter soups without so much cooking The fact that I already own several cookbooks focused on soup means that I already had recipes for most of the types of soup However the tips for toppings sides and transporting the soups are pretty cool Grilled cheese croutons sound particularly tasty and awesome

  5. Alison Alison says:

    On a spring day when winter seemed to come back I grabbed a stack of books about soup from the library This was my favorite with beautiful photos and delicious looking recipes I might change my review after making some of these soups

  6. Brianna Sowinski Brianna Sowinski says:

    I love soup and this book had a ton of recipes from basic tomato to chorizo black bean Awesome ideas especially as fall is coming up fairly soon I saved uite a few recipes to try out Formating was pleasant and it included photos for most of the recipes which I enjoy

  7. Regina Regina says:

    Read because I wanted soupy inspiration and recipes for soup club It was a uick book to get through on a rainy dreary night when a cup of soup would have been welcome but I didn't find any recipes I wanted to cook

  8. Mary C Mary C says:

    I found this cookbook in a little shop in Maine and so enjoy it

  9. Laura Laura says:

    I really enjoyed the recipes in this book and especially how it tailored them for soup swapping sharing

  10. Violet Laflamme Violet Laflamme says:

    Loved all the attention to the concept of Soup Swap parties I also really love soup and all the vegan options were so clearly labeled

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