The Soup Bible

by David Paul Larousse

Hardcover, 1997

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Call number

Soups, Stews, Casseroles -- LAR

Call number

Soups, Stews, Casseroles -- LAR

Publication

John Wiley & Sons (1997), Edition: 1, Hardcover, 340 pages

Description

The Soup Bible is a complete guide to more than 600 classic soups of all varieties: clear soups, thickened soups, chilled soups, and specialty regional and ethnic soups from around the world. Combining historical information with detailed coverage of soup preparation and cooking techniques, this unique reference contains 300 full recipes plus hundreds of descriptive entries on soups from the past and present. Written by chef David Paul Larousse, The Soup Bible explains the basics of making delicious soup step by step - with clear, easy-to-follow instructions on stock making, cutting techniques, garnishes, and more. The book is illustrated with dozens of helpful drawings outlining cooking techniques, along with 16 pages of inspiring color photographs showcasing finished presentations.… (more)

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Physical description

340 p.; 10 inches
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