Thursday, February 12, 2015

Cookbook Review: The Soup Club Cookbook



This time of year, there is nothing better than some home cooked soup. It's good year around, but just even better in the winter. My newest cookbook to my collection is all about soups, so I was excited to look through and see what all there was. What is so neat about this book is that this group of ladies actually decided to form a soup club. Hence the name, The Soup Club Cookbook by Courtney Allison, Tina Carr, Caroline Laskow, and Julie Peacock. On page 11, they explain a bit more about how it works...."What we do is simple: We take turns cooking big pots of soup, enough to feed our four families. We drop off the soup, along with sides and garnishes, at the homes of our three other club members. This happens once a week, which means that we each cook our big pot of soup once a month. The other three weeks, we are treats to one another's home cooking". What a great idea!

This book is full of so many different yummy soups! Soups like Lentil soup, Egg Drop Soup, Roasted Broccoli Soup, Spiced Pumpkin Soup, Winter Minestrone, Senegalese Peanut Soup, and more. They also give instructions on how to make basic broths. There are also recipes for toppings for your soups, as well as sides and breads to go along with it. Including a recipe Kale Chips! Hopefully I can make something out of this book soon. There are so many options, I'm not sure which one to pick first!

I love the cover of this book because those jars of soup are so nice looking! There are several pictures throughout the book, but not one for every recipe. I would have definitely loved to see more pictures. They are fun to look at as you go through a cookbook. There's definitely something for everyone in this book. If you love soups, I definitely recommend you check it out. Maybe you'll even start your own Soup Club! Want to know more? Check out this page.

Disclaimer: I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review. However, these opinions are my own.