For the Love of Soup Paperback – Oct 15 2010
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About the Author
Born in Grand Falls, New Brunswick, Jeanelle Mitchell's dream of seeing the world was realized when she became a flight attendant. As she traveled the world, she realized food was a universal language and she began to collect recipes. When she isn't creating new recipes, Jeanelle can be found golfing, kayaking, skiing, gardening, attending art classes or reading.
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Homemade soup is always the same: nutritious, satisfying comfort food that is easily prepared, easily digested, economical, and bursting with flavour. There are few things in life as comforting as soup, and it always feels good to ladle soup into a bowl for someone... One thing that amazes me about soup is that it is absolutely brimming with essential vitamins and minerals. Soup is a delicious meal that will make you feel great—eating well is one of the greatest pleasures you can give yourself.
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I love the Butternut Squash and Apple soup, Italian Zucchini and Rice, and Stracciatella Soup. I have also found myself making adjustments for more flavor (I used Pumpkin instead of Butternut Squash and used the same spice mix used in Pumpkin Pie, it was fantastic), so while the soups are great as written, there's room to experiment. I also find that the recipes are good for those who have problem with heart burn. The recipes are filling, usually full of vegetables and accommodating for spices and other triggers.
The only problem I had with this book is that there's no pictures of what the food is supposed to look like, but after the first couple of successes, this didn't bother me anymore. Besides, there's something kind of freeing about not an example of what it's 'supposed to' look like.
The instructions are clear - a must buy along with Jeanelle's book on salads.
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It was a long time in coming but it is an excellent resource.Published 5 months ago by Kathy A Daub