Divided into three sections, this all-new edition of Taste of Home Casseroles, Slow Cooker & Soups is like owning three cookbooks in one Turn to the first section for stick-to-your-ribs CASSEROLES families crave. Bursting with buttery goodness, these meal-in-one dishes can't be beat Next, let your SLOW COOKER do the work with page after page of specialties that simmer on their own while you're away. You'll discover everything from slow-cooked appetizers and entrees to set-it-and-forget-it potluck classics and rich desserts. And you'll love the full-flavored recipes in the SOUPS section. Whether you're stirring up a healthy chicken soup, a hearty chowder or red-hot chili, you're sure to win raves. No matter which section you start with, you'll whip up a winner with the 500+ classics in the new Casseroles, Slow Cooker & Soups. It's a three-in-one cookbook you'll turn to all year long.From coast to coast, families crave those meal-in-one foods that come together easily, serve up quickly and satisfy hunger time and again. Whether a bubbling casserole, slow-cooked dinner or heartwarming chowder, these comfort foods are winners with everyone Now, home cooks can dish out those all-time favorites from one incredible cookbook--the all-new Taste of Home Casseroles, Slow Cooker & Soups. Featuring easily identifiable cooking-style sections, this new collection is truly three books in one. The "three-in-one" messaging is consistent throughout the front cover, back cover, flap copy and introduction. Similarly, the book offers more than 400 mouthwatering recipes (more than many competitors) for a retail price of only $17.99. In addition, hundreds of gorgeous photos help promote a positive buying decision. It's time to dig into the goodness of Casseroles, Slow Cooker & Soups all year long, and this brand-new collection from Taste of Home makes doing so easier than ever
Discover our Top 100 beloved soups recipes for this chill-chasing comfort food. The original one pot meal, save time and money and get your family to eat more veggies Enjoy masterful shortcuts that give you homemade meals fast, or prepare old-fashioned from-scratch favorites like Chicken-n-Dumplings or New England Clam Chowder RECIPES INCLUDE: Quick Italian Wedding Soup Vegetarian Chili Cream of Asparagus Soup Microwave Minestrone Curried Pumpkin Apple Soup Tomato Bisque Chicken-n-Dumplings
Toast, you say? Well, how about Toast with Wild Mushrooms, Truffle Oil, and Marsala? Or Crockpot Lamb Shanks with Toasted Cornbread? Or Toasted Lemon Pound Cake with Pears in Port? In this fun and tempting cookbook, more than 60 easy recipes take toasted bread and turn it into a base for delicious appetizers, snacks, sandwiches, main courses, and desserts. Toast is a clever way for cooks to expand their repertoire for tasty meals whatever the time of day. Any way you slice it, toast is one of the most versatile innovations ever to have popped up in the kitchen.
"Of soup and love, the first is best." Brother Victor-Antoine makes a passionate case for this Spanish proverb in Twelve Months of Monastery Soups, bringing easy, delicious, soul-satisfying soup recipes from the monastery to your kitchen. From simple, clear broths to thick, hearty soups, there's a recipe to appeal to every taste. Arranged by month with an eye toward seasonal variety and at least one recipe for every vegetable native to North America, the 175 soups include classic favorites such as Cream of Corn and Tomato and more unique recipes such as Jerusalem Artichoke, Proven al Rainbow, and Danish Onion-Champagne. With inspirational quotes proclaiming the goodness of soup sprinkled throughout and beautiful period block prints, Twelve Months of Monastery Soups is a celebration of the art of soup-making.
Soups have always held a very prominent place in the daily fare of monasteries. This collection of healthy recipes follows the orderly cycle of the 12 months of the year, features seasonally fresh produce, and includes basic recipes for stocks and sauces. Makes a great gift or addition to your cookbook collection.
From hearty stews to refreshing desserts, Nava Atlas ladles out 120-plus imaginative, low-in-fat-but-rich-in-flavor meatless delights to suit every taste, in this veganized version of her bestselling Vegetarian Soups for All Seasons. To highlight the best produce available at any time of year, Nava has arranged the book by season, with spring soups like Leek and Mushroom Bisque and Okra-Rice Gumbo; Cool Ratatouille and Zesty Green Gazpacho for summer; savory Baked Onion Soup and Orange-Butternut Squash Soup for autumn; and hearty Curried Millet-Spinach Soup and Vegetarian Goulash for winter. There's also a scrumptious selection of dessert soups, including Chilled Cantaloupe Soup, and a tempting selection of accompaniments such as quick breads, dumplings, muffins, and scones.
With exotic international offerings, basic comfort soups, delicate broths, and plenty of soups and stews that can serve as one-dish meals, this cookbook is a must for vegan kitchens everywhere.
Whether as a quick snack, part of a full-course dinner, or as the whole meal, there is nothing quite like a good bowl of soup. These recipes reflect the care and awareness that goes into providing proper nutrition for children and adults alike, while never ignoring the palate.
Many Waldorf schoolteachers, staff, parents, alumni, and friends of the Waldorf school movement have contributed their favorite recipes to make up this collection. You will find everything from stocks and broths to selections of vegetable, bean, cream, tomato, seafood, chicken, beef, and dessert soups ... and, of course, no book of soups would be complete without a recipe for Stone Soup This cookbook has something here for everyone.
The Waldorf School Book of Soups is certain to become a favorite in every kitchen with kids.
Much more than a collection of remarkable soups, Mona Talbott's Zuppe is also a wise and gentle tutorial on the "the beauty and delicious rewards of frugality" and how the humblest foods can be the most profoundly satisfying. In addition to 50 recipes, Talbott shares approaches and techniques that can change the way a cook thinks about economy, improvisation, and using all the flavors and nutrients inherent in each ingredient.A Chez Panisse graduate, Talbott was chosen by Alice Waters to be Executive Chef of the innovative Rome Sustainable Food Project at the American Academy in Rome. There, while cooking for the Academy's creative community of scholars, historians, artists, archaeologists, and architects, Talbott perfected a repertoire of dishes made from local, seasonal, organic ingredients. Central to the menu are soups. Inspired by the traditions of cucina povera, the so-called "cuisine of the poor" that has been the source of so many brilliant Italian dishes, Talbott's recipes waste nothing, employ the concept of arrangiarsi ("making do"), and skillfully transform leftovers. And, in another nod to the wisdom and economy of traditional kitchens, she also points out which soups can easily be made into one-dish meals with the addition of a single ingredient such as a poached egg, a piece of grilled toast, or even clams. Organized seasonally, Zuppe also serves as a practical guide to using the bounty of farmers markets throughout the year.