Soup--it warms, it’s versatile, and it’s economical. What else can bring a family together like a large pot of soup? It is almost a family ritual to gather around a hot, delicious smelling pot of freshly made soup with bowls in hands, before retiring to the dinner table. A bowl of soup is perfect for a cold winter day, for a sick child or spouse when they don’t want anything heavy, or as an appetizer before a large meal, or even the meal itself. Soup is as versatile as its recipes, which is why everyone should have a little knowledge on how to create a good batch of it.
Included in Best Homemade Soups are 26 of the best soup recipes loaded with variety. They cover every point, from quick and easy bowls that you can whip out in a flash, or more complex masterpieces that are sure to wow even the pickiest of family members.
Of course, no one bowl of soup is the same, just as no one person’s taste buds is the same as his brothers or sisters. That’s why Best Homemade Soups provides different versions of certain recipes. For example, there are two versions of a chicken noodle soup, and even three different ways for a delectable taco soup.
Best of all, many of the homemade soups provided in the book are very economical. For example, some are perfect for using leftover foods like yesterday’s turkey. And if you aren’t feeling up to creating a large spread, a large amount of any of these soups is ideal for the main course for any dinner.