This is my new favorite cookbook. I have tried a half dozen recipes in it and haven't found one I didn't like yet. So far my favorite is the Orange Watercress soup. My husband enjoyed the Parsnip And Sweet Potato soup.
This cookbook has a lot of recipes for 'creamy' soups. They don't always contain cream, but are pureed. This is the kind of soups I like, so this cookbook is just my thing!
There are pictures of most of the recipes.
The ingredients are common and easy to find, although the names used are British.
Cons: The quantities are written in metric, weight and US measurements separated by /'s. So /1/2 cup can easily be mistaken for 1 1/2 cups at first glance!
Recipes stay on the cautious side with the seasoning quantities.
The soups are separated into undelineated categories such as cold soups, creamy soups, spicy soups, and hearty soups. Many soups overlap these categories. But within the categories they are arranged alphabetically by title, and the title is usually the main ingredients. There is no separation other than a heading at the side of the page to show when you are going from one category to the next.