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This month has me feeling a bit Inktober Day Breakable I know lots of people used Mr. Glass for breakable but this was my thought when I first saw the prompt. I credit this book with my on-the-fly-barely-any-ingredients soup making ability. I can't imagine my kitchen without it. Highest recommendations: St.
Not entirely vegetarian, not vegan. I have eliminated meat in nearly all the recipes I've made at one time or another with no negative consequences. I have not worked to make them vegan. There are a lot of milk and eggs but I still think the majority could be made vegan lickety-split. Jan 17, Heather Nandell rated it it was amazing. I absolutely love this cookbook. I use it throughout the entire year. Jan 27, Louise rated it liked it Shelves: cooking. The woodcuts and quotes and tidbits about food are very interesting. I may just sit back and read through them all. So far the recipes I've tried in this book are hit and miss.
Black-Eyed Pea Soup was very good, though next time I make it I will try a little less lemon, maybe 5 instead of 6 tablespoons. Veloute a la Dubarry was ok, but I probably won't make it again as I have better cauliflower soup recipes. Fava Bean Soup also I won't make again, it just didn't have enough flavor.
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That said, th The woodcuts and quotes and tidbits about food are very interesting. That said, there are a lot more interesting soups here, and I will continue trying them. Nov 03, Hope rated it it was amazing Shelves: cookbooks. I first found out about this book from Chris, and I am so grateful. We make soup out of this book at least twice a month, and I have recommended it to lots of friends. Some of the recipes are a bit too big for 2 people, but can be easily halved. You will probably have to add extra spices to some recipes, since they can be a bit bland.
Jan 09, John Robinson rated it it was amazing. Let me start by saying that I got this book for free from a used bookstore where I sometimes work when they sometimes pay me. It's a good book if you like soup. If you don't like soup, and some people out there don't, and that's Worth buying at a discounted price.
Try not to pay full prices for cookbooks, though, because you will inevitably get food on them, and then be bummed out about shelling out thirty bucks for a series of recipes that, if you looked hard enough, you could probably find online for free anyway. That being said, I'm getting this used, because I'm also a tad impoverished for one or two cooks I know who happen to a love soup and b not own this. Jan 25, Deborah rated it it was amazing Shelves: cooking. Simplicity and superior taste! This book is a major part of my quest to make and eat more soup.
So far, we have loved every recipe I've tried. Jul 25, MsVirginiaGal rated it it was amazing. Hands down one of my favorite recipe books!grenadaports.com/media/cmo-comprar-difosfato-de-cloroquina-online-el-transporte-martimo-mundial.php
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Jan 25, Maureen rated it really liked it Shelves: nonfiction , books-by-men , food. If anyone needs a really gentle book about making soup authored by some monks, I got you. View all 3 comments.
Mar 18, Nancy rated it it was amazing. Excellent soup cookbook. I've made three so far and they've all be delicious. Easy to follow recipes with readily available ingredients. Most are vegetarian, but you could add meat if you wanted to. View 1 comment. Mar 26, Kym rated it really liked it Shelves: cookbooks. The soup recipes in this book are exactly the kinds I would expect to eat in a monastery. They are simple and mostly vegetable. These recipes rely on meat broths, both beef and chicken, which I think is a good thing. There are soups given for each month. That makes for a year of good eating!
These soups are not cook-all-day affairs, nor are they rich. The book features one recipe on each page. Most pages include a woodcut which is lovely, and often there is an explanation of the soup or a The soup recipes in this book are exactly the kinds I would expect to eat in a monastery. Most pages include a woodcut which is lovely, and often there is an explanation of the soup or a tidbit about a saint. Not being Catholic, I found this informative.
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There are no photos. I didn't feel photos were necessary. This book makes me want to move into a monastery and cook soup. Jan 06, Elisa rated it it was ok. I like the idea of many of the recipes in this book, but the author is clear in the introduction that he has simplified many of the recipes to make them accessible to every home cook and less intimidating. Which is nice, I guess, except if you're a more experienced cook, you might find the lack of specificity in the ingredients and lack of technique in the directions frustrating.
You might also realize that those issues mean that any given recipe is not going to be repeatable across time or acro I like the idea of many of the recipes in this book, but the author is clear in the introduction that he has simplified many of the recipes to make them accessible to every home cook and less intimidating.
You might also realize that those issues mean that any given recipe is not going to be repeatable across time or across multiple cooks, which is also frustrating in its own special way. I still found many of the recipes inspiring even if I'm not actually going to cook from the recipe as given.
- O que o governo fez com o nosso dinheiro? (Portuguese Edition);
- Eleven Perfect Psalms.
- Problematische Naturen (German Edition)!
- Twelve Months of Monastery Soups: International Favorites by Victor-Antoine D'Avila-Latourrette!
Sep 16, Kate rated it really liked it Shelves: cook-bookery. Simple but good soups. Easy to make and easy to eat. The chapters are broken up by the months of the year so that no matter what the season, you can always find a soup to make! I will say that some of the soups need more herbs and spices, as they can be bland. But my husband and I have no problem experimenting off the main recipe. Jun 28, Andrew rated it it was amazing. I love this book! It has been wonderful for discovery of what are now family favorites.
A nice addition to the soup cookshelf! Take your pick from more than twelve soups every month. Most are vegetarian or adaptable , several are vegan, and many are easily made gluten-free. This is a good cookbook for the beginner. Oct 25, Amber rated it it was amazing. This cookbook has recipes anyone could prepare and every recipe sounds so good. I like that the recipes are divided by each month of the year to maximize on what is available at the grocery store or in your garden.
Nov 29, Karen rated it really liked it.