Great Homemade Soups: A Cook's Collection

by Paul Gayler
Photographed by Lisa Linder

Jacqui Small LLP | October 1, 2013 | Hardcover

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It is often said that a cook''s reputation hinges on the quality of his or her soup. Perhaps that is why many of us are shy of making our own. With this book, Paul Gayler proves that making your own soup is easy and the results are nutritious and delicious. Add to that the fact that soups are also an economical way to eat, whether you are using easy-to-source seasonal produce or expensive ingredients, which will go much further when made into a soup. Great Homemade Soups includes 100 recipes, ranging from the tried-and-tested classics to soups from faraway - Vietnam, Colombia, Japan, Sardinia and Spain, to name just a few. There are broths and consommés, smooth and creamy soups, hearty and wholesome soups, traditional favourites, wild and exotic soups, and chilled soups. In addition to these, the book is sprinkled with Paul''s Soups Masterclass lessons, which explains key techniques using clear step-by-step photographs. If this weren''t enough, Paul has invited contributions from some of his favorite world-class chefs, who have added their best-loved soup recipes to this tasty collection.

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 224 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.75 in

Published: October 1, 2013

Publisher: Jacqui Small LLP

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1909342238

ISBN - 13: 9781909342231

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Great Homemade Soups: A Cook's Collection

by Paul Gayler
Photographed by Lisa Linder

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 224 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.75 in

Published: October 1, 2013

Publisher: Jacqui Small LLP

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1909342238

ISBN - 13: 9781909342231

From the Publisher

It is often said that a cook''s reputation hinges on the quality of his or her soup. Perhaps that is why many of us are shy of making our own. With this book, Paul Gayler proves that making your own soup is easy and the results are nutritious and delicious. Add to that the fact that soups are also an economical way to eat, whether you are using easy-to-source seasonal produce or expensive ingredients, which will go much further when made into a soup. Great Homemade Soups includes 100 recipes, ranging from the tried-and-tested classics to soups from faraway - Vietnam, Colombia, Japan, Sardinia and Spain, to name just a few. There are broths and consommés, smooth and creamy soups, hearty and wholesome soups, traditional favourites, wild and exotic soups, and chilled soups. In addition to these, the book is sprinkled with Paul''s Soups Masterclass lessons, which explains key techniques using clear step-by-step photographs. If this weren''t enough, Paul has invited contributions from some of his favorite world-class chefs, who have added their best-loved soup recipes to this tasty collection.

About the Author

Paul Gayler is well known as Executive Chef at London''s prestigious hotel, The Lanesborough. He has made many appearances on British TV and now has over 20 cookery books to his name, selling over 500,000 copies worldwide in ten languages.Paul has won The Guild of Food Writers'' Cookery Book of the Year, has been nominated for a prestigious Andr? Simon Award and, in 2012, was awarded an MBE as well as the top "Catey" from Caterer and Hotelkeeper -- the equivalent of an Oscar in the hotel business -- for his "outstanding contribution to the hotel industry".Paul also acts as a consultant, advising on product development to a number of food companies. He is the author of Steak (9781903221426) and Burgers (9781906417260), both published by Jacqui Small.Vicki Edgson has six books to her name, developed Food and has also appeared on television programmes including Fat Nation and The Diet Doctors.