Throughout history and around the world, soup has been used to bring comfort, warmth, and good health. A bowl of soup can symbolize so muchacelebrations, major life passages, and the everyday. Inspired by Patricia Solleyas website, SoupSong.com, and organized according to functionasoups to heal the sick, recover from childbirth, soothe a hangover, entice the object of your affection, and mark special occasions and holidaysaAn Exaltation of Soups showcases more than a hundred of the best soup recipes of all time, including: ac Festive Wedding Soup with Meatballs from Italy ac Egyptian Fava Bean Soup, made to give strength to convalescents ac Creamy Fennel Soup with Shallots and Orange Spice from Cataloniaaperfect for wooing a lover ac Hungarian aNight Owla Soup, designed to chase a hangover ac Spicy Pumpkin and Split Pea Soup from Morocco, served to celebrate Rosh Hashanah ac Tanzanian Creamy Coconut-Banana Soup for Kwanzaa Spiced with soup riddles, soup proverbs, soup poetry, and informative sidebars about the lore and legends of soup through the ages, An Exaltation of Soups is a steaming bowl of goodness that is sure to satisfy. From the Trade Paperback edition.Eileen Behan, in Cooking for the Unwell, notes that clear broth soups (like abeef teaa and chicken bouillon) may settle an upset stomach, but patients need protein , vitamins, and calories to actually get well. That means adding eggs, bits of meat anbsp;...
|Title||:||An Exaltation of Soups|
|Publisher||:||Clarkson Potter - 2010-08-11|