Jaggers, Kelly, author
"Nothing is more comforting than a hot bowl of soup-and with the Instant Pot, it's never been faster or easier to cook up a delicious batch of soup. This cookbook makes using your Instant Pot more appetizing and satisfying than ever! This cookbook guides you through using the Instant Pot to create savory soups, stews, and chilis that are quick, easy, and full of flavor. With 175 recipes and photographs throughout, this is a must-have for all Instant Pot fans. From creamy split pea soup to spicy chili to nourishing chicken noodle soup, you're sure to find the perfect soup for any day of the week. Including an easy-to-understand guide to the Instant Pot and hearty, flavorful recipes, The "I Love My Instant Pot" Soups, Stews, and Chilis Recipe Book is perfect for chefs of any level who are looking to warm up their day"-- Provided by publisher.
Maxwell Duck is trying to invent a soup that everyone will remember him for, but when he goes out to look for the missing ingredient and his friends show up, they think he has fallen into the soup.
Chen, Vincent, 1996- author, illustrator
In this version of the classic Stone Soup tale, nobody in the apartment building has enough ingredients for dinner, so a Taiwanese child suggests that they have a community hot pot night. Everybody contributes something, bringing their diverse community together for a delicious meal. Includes a recipe for hot pot.
Wang, Andrea, author
Every day, Ando Momofuku would retire to his lab--a little shed in his backyard. For years, he'd dreamed about making a new kind of ramen noodle soup that was quick, convenient, and tasty to feed the hungry people he'd seen in line for a bowl on the black market following World War II. "Peace follows from a full stomach," he believed. Day after day, Ando experimented. Night after night, he failed. But Ando kept experimenting. With persistence, creativity, and a little inspiration, Ando succeeded. This is the true story behind one of the world's most popular foods.
Friedman, Laurie B., 1964- author.
"Moose is no ordinary dog! When his owner, Frank, leaves for the day, Moose gets busy in the kitchen cooking soup. Moose loves cooking for Frank, but not as much as he likes curling up on the couch with him at the end of a long day!"-- Provided by publisher.
Make the most of fresh produce all year round with 200 homemade recipes for soup and accompaniments, organized by season The Soup Book is packed with plenty of nourishing recipes for every season. Try winter warmers such as parsnip and apple soup or French onion soup, enjoy a light summer lunch of chilled cucumber soup with dill, and make a hearty borscht or pumpkin soup in the fall. The recipes are organized first by season, and then by ingredient, so you can easily find the ideal soup to suit the fresh ingredients you have on hand. Featuring recipes from Raymond Blanc, Dan Barber, Alice Waters, and other supporters of The Soil Association, The Soup Book offers plenty of recipe ideas and inspiration to fill your bowl. Each recipe is accompanied by freezing times so that you can prepare your favorite recipes to enjoy later. This updated edition features brand-new and updated photography to accompany the book's refreshed design. Make hearty, wholesome, and healthy soups year round with The Soup Book.
Allen, Rachel, 1971-
Every soup and bread recipe you'll ever need, from leading chef and cookery author, Rachel Allen Whether as a starter or main dish, a quick fix or a leisurely indulgence, to nourish a cold or heal a broken heart, there is a soup for every occasion. With Rachel's expert guidance you can learn the classics and then expand your horizons, with delicious, heart-warming recipes you'll turn to time and time again. Soup Broth Bread also features recipes for homemade breads, garnishes and stocks, and a wealth of tips on equipment, batch-cooking, freezing and presentation. Just as every cook needs good soup in their repertoire, this book will be a must-have source of inspiration for every kitchen shelf.
Wright, Caroline, author.
"After a devastating brain cancer diagnosis, Caroline Wright told some new friends she was craving homemade soup, then found soup on her doorstep every day for months. She survived with a deep gratitude for soup and her community. In thanks and in their honor, she decided to start a weekly soup club delivering her own original healthful soup recipes to her friend's porches. Caroline's creative spirit and enthusiasm spread, along with the word of her club, and she soon was building a large community of soup enthusiasts inspired by her story. Soup Club is unlike any other soup book. Caroline's collection of recipes along with artwork, photography, and haiku from her members, tell a moving story of community, love, and health at its center. This unique cookbook proves that soup can be more than a filling meal, but also a mood and a feeling. Every soup can be made on the stove top and Instant Pot."--Provided by publisher.
A mother and child spend a snowy day together buying and preparing vegetables, assembling ingredients, and playing while their big pot of soup bubbles on the stove. Includes a recipe for "Snowy Day Vegetable Soup."
Le, Mike, author, photographer.
75 fun, easy, comforting recipes that go way beyond spaghetti and ramen. Inspired by the noodle-crazed cuisines of Asia, Italy, and the American melting pot, these recipes dish up high-impact, slurpable flavor and minimal fuss. Plus how to upgrade instant ramen, recipes for making delicious pasta from scratch, plus the one and only lasagna bracket competition.
Skipper, Joy, author