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123 of 129 people found the following review helpful
Great Comfort Food Recipes Jan. 6 2011
By Books and Chocolate - Published on
Format: Paperback
Lorraine Wallace is the wife of Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace, known by his fans as "Mr. Sunday". Lorraine's delicious soups became the meal of choice every Sunday when he returned home from a long morning at his anchor job. As he raved about them on-air, everyone wanted the recipes. This cookbook is the Wallace's response to the requests.

The book includes soup recipes by season with lots of colorful photos. All the recipes look delicious and nourishing. The only one I've tried so far is the hearty lentil soup which was great and I look forward to trying many more. Other offerings include Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup, Senate Bean Soup, Hot and Sour Soup, Mexican Albondigas, Tortellini Meatball Soup, Greek Lemon Soup, Frogmore Stew and several kinds of chili, to name just a few. Lorraine also includes her recipes for basic stocks. Most of the recipes seem easy to make and include commonly found ingredients or those that could be substituted (canned or frozen clams instead of fresh, for example, for the clam chowder recipe).

I did enjoy this cookbook and also liked that the author included some family photos and lets the reader catch a glimpse of the Wallace's family life.

I was given a copy of this book for review by the publisher but the opinion is mine alone and wasn't solicited. If I didn't like the book I would say so.
57 of 59 people found the following review helpful
Everyone Should Own this Book Jan. 18 2011
By Chevy Chase Mom - Published on
Format: Paperback
I love this book! Lorraine's focus on cooking with seasonal organic ingredients is fabulous and the recipes are delightful. My family's favorites so far are the Hearty Lentil and Vegetable Salad Soup. But this is more than just a cookbook. This is a touching reminder of how precious and important it is to spend time with our families. The classic enduring truth is that most of what is really important in life is often shared over a home-cooked meal with your family. After reading Mr. Sunday's Soups, I am resolved to prioritize our family meal times. Thanks Lorraine!
59 of 64 people found the following review helpful
A new favorite Jan. 16 2011
By Margaret - Published on
Format: Paperback
Great to have so many soup recipes at my fingertips! There's something for everyone in this book.

I like to make big vats and store in freezer bags - great for meals or snacks throughout the winter - handy, delicious and nutritious!
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Exceptional and I was skeptical April 15 2011
By K. Hoffman - Published on
Format: Paperback
My husband bought this cookbook and I was skeptical to say the least. But I have to say that I have been nothing but overwhelmingly pleased with every recipe I have tried so far. I have made 4 of the recipes so far and every one has been excellent. The hearty lentil, garlic chicken, minestrone and black bean turkey chili. It has been going on about 2 months now and I cook up batches and freeze them in single servings and have one for lunch everyday with a small salad and it is just perfect. Love love love them. Also I am now making my own broth with the recipes and it is much better for you without all the sodium in the canned ones. Thank you for writing a cookbook I actually can use for once. Also, thanks to the hubby for buying it. He did good!!
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
I Can Hardly Wait to Try Some More Jan. 25 2011
By BluebirdUSA - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Very useful, fun, cookbook. I enjoyed the family stories. I've tried three recipes so far and all were good, one was exceptional. The Hearty Lentil soup was outstanding. Easy, healthy, and quite delicious. The added curry really provided a nice sweet taste. Chicken Soup and Herb Dumplings was also quite a good recipe. The dill dumplings were the best I've found over the years. Minestrone and Arugula Salad Soup was also good. The arugula on top added a nice touch. I used homemade chicken broth (Ina's recipe). I can't wait to try some more. There's over 70 soups. I love the recipes because most appear to be simple recipes with standard ingredients and don't take hours to cook. Thanks for sharing, Lorraine and for providing the Kindle edition. The i-Pad is great in the kitchen.