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The Whole World Loves Chicken Soup: Recipes and Lore to Comfort Body and Soul
The Whole World Loves Chicken Soup: Recipes and Lore to Comfort Body and Soul
von Mimi Sheraton
  Gebundene Ausgabe

4.0 von 5 Sternen Have a cold, wanna feel better?, 2. November 1999
Have a cold, wanna feel better? Feeling fine, but wanna feel warm inside? Feeling warm inside, but wanna feel soothed and relaxed? Then it's time for -- The Whole World Loves Chicken Soup!
In The Whole World Loves Chicken Soup, you'll find 11 chapters of soup recipes from the US, Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, Eastern Europe, Russia, the Middle East, North Africa, Sub-saharan Africa, Asia, and more!
This book has so many great recipes from so many wonderful places that you'll impress your friends and family and feel like you've taken a mini trip around the world!
This book is not one filled with glitz and glammor, but one that is jam-packed with recipes, stories, tips, translations, famous quotes, and my favorite -- recipes for perogies and Armenian Yogurt and Meatball soup.
Finally, you'll learn the truth -- "Is it really penicillin?"

Alice Medrich's Cookies and Brownies
Alice Medrich's Cookies and Brownies
von Alice Medrich
  Gebundene Ausgabe

3.0 von 5 Sternen Who doesn't like cookies & brownies?, 2. November 1999
If you love cookies and brownies, and who doesn't, then you'll love this book!
Even if you're not a cookie cooking professional, you'll be able to whip yp the best desserts on the block! (Be sure to share them with your neighbors, they'll be wondering what that wonderful smell is coming from your kitchen)!
You'll learn cookie details, cookie decorating, and how to eat the cookies you've made before anyone else in your house finds out -- only kidding!
Recipes include: shortbread, butter cookies, chocolate cookies, classic cookies, my favorite -- biscotti, along with cute sketches, great quotes, and a listing of ingredient and equipment how to's to keep you occupied while waiting for your treats to finish cooking!

Daily Soup Cookbook
Daily Soup Cookbook
von Leslie Kaul
Preis: EUR 19,72

5.0 von 5 Sternen I can eat soup morning, noon, and night!, 2. November 1999
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Daily Soup Cookbook (Taschenbuch)
I don't know about you, but I can eat soup morning, noon, and night -- in the summer, spring, fall and winter!
To me, soup makes me feel better, warms us my house and my soul. Maybe it reminds me of being a kid or of my grandmother -- either way I think it has the same effect on everyone!
(PS: Did you know that "lentil soup dates back to 8,000 BC"?)
Anyway, In the How to Use this Book section, you will learn Good Cooking Requirements, Ingredient Familiarization, Organization, Taste, Time, and most importantly -- Love!
(PS: Did you know that "Hands are for whenever tools don't work; Fingers are for whenever hands don't work; and as far as your Tongue is concerned -- if the soup doesn't touch your tongue often enough, it's unloved!")
The Daily Soup Cookbook starts off with recipes containing veggies, tomatoes, and rice, then goes on to grains, pasta, bread, corn, potatos, the very thoughtful -- music recommendations while cooking your soup, beans, chili, another thoughtful entry -- movies to rent while eating your soup, lentils and peas, nuts, coconuts, cheese, a periodic table of soups (a must see, I could never explain it), fruit, the very clever -- Soup Personals (another must see), roux (pronounced roo), and finally, Really Delicious Soups that Didn't Fit into Any Chapter!
My favorite parts of the book include: Things to do with Leftover Soup (very helpful for families), Baby Names for the New Milliennium (i.e., Girls: Saffron, Pumpkin; Boys: Stew, Penne, and the best -- Art E. Choke); and of course, the fact that this all started in a small East Village, NY kitchen.
For an East Coast chick like myself -- this book is like a warm, aromatic bowl of soup!

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