The author of "What to Cook When You Think There's Nothing in the House to Eat" provides delicious and easy-to-follow recipes for turning simple soups into sensational meals.
- Paperback | 288 pages
- 182.88 x 228.6 x 15.24mm | 408.23g
- 28 Feb 1994
- HarperCollins Publishers Inc
- New York, NY, United States
""Soup Suppers" is an enormously enticing book, an inspiration for cooking easy, inexpensive, and nourishing meals with seasonal ingredients. This is the way I want to cook for my family andfriends."-- Alice Waters"Like Arthur Schwartz, I come 'from a serious soup-making, soup-eating family'. But I must say, the Scotch Broth and Corn Chowder I was weaned on pale beside this colorful collection, which includes some superb-sounding Russian and Middle Eastern soups I've never heard of. Arthur makes them all sound so easy, so "delicious, " I can't wait to haul out the soup kettle. "Soup Suppers" is one cookbook that is going to end up with plenty of smudges and spatters--the ultimate compliment!"-- Jean Anderson, coauthor, "The New German Cookbook""Why do I love "Soup Suppers" like I do? First and foremost, it is by Arthur Schwartz, whose no-nonsense palate knows what "good" tastes like. Second ... there is no second!"-- Julie Sahni, Author, "Classic Indian Cooking""Some cookbooks are fun to read, others are useful. "What to Cook" is both. It manages to transform a bare cupboard into a kitchen adventure. We're going to keep our copy on the emergency shelf, so we can turn to it whenever we find ourselves in need of a quick recipe or some delightful kitchen companionship: Arthur Schwartz has provided plenty of both.'-- Jane and Michael Stern, "American Gourmet""Arthur Schwartz is a man who cooks almost as well as he eats, and in "What to Cook" he shares both of these do-able pleasures with the home cook"-- Barbara Kafka