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Soup Seduction: a Hug in a Bowl

"A steaming bowl of hot soup is one of the most soothing, delicious, and easily digested foods that it’s possible to eat," says Lindsey Bareham, author of 'Good Soup Book' – and in cold weather, a good bowlful of soup can warm you up in ways that other foods simply can't. Discover a world of soups, from ramen to gazpacho, with the books in this collection.

Soups and Stews

Soups and Stews

By The Editors of Saveur

Few things can make people as happy as a great bowl of soup, believe Saveur’s editors, and the recipes in this collection are a strong argument in support. The soups and stews are as wide-ranging as you’d expect from Saveur, including the likes of Icelandic Langoustine Soup, Hyderabadi-style Dal and Senegalese Peanut & Chicken Stew.

Splendid Soups

Splendid Soups

By James Peterson

Francophile chef James Peterson infuses his trademark warmth and passion into 400 recipes for globetrotting soups, including Indian-style Shrimp and Coconut to a classic Gazpacho. For the uninitiated, there’s an introduction to broth and consommé-crafting techniques, in addition to advice on selecting the proper pots and utensils.

Good Soup Book

Good Soup Book

By Lindsey Bareham

London restaurant critic turned food writer Bareham is known for her practical take on cooking and her numerous (justifiably popular) cookbooks. Soup-making, it turns out, helped to launch her cooking career, and it’s a topic on which she is entirely trustworthy. First published as part of Sainsbury’s excellent cookbook series, it contains a multitude of tried and tested seasonal recipes.

Ramen

Ramen

By Heather Whinney

Ramen has cult status in urban centers worldwide and this book explains what this Japanese soup noodle dish is all about. After briefly tracing the dish’s history the author concisely breaks down the dish to its key elements: broth, tare (seasoning), noodles, and toppings. The recipes that follow are varied and simple to make.

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Recipe of the Day

Recipe of the Day

Beef Chili

Flavcity's Five Ingredient Meals

Bobby Parrish

"When Dessi, Art, and I tasted this recipe we were blown away! How could I achieve such massive flavor with just five ingredients? Most chili recipes have way more! The answer is a store-bought simmer sauce that has next-level Tex-Mex ingredients and delivers massive flavor." Bobby Parrish

Author spotlight

John Gregory-Smith

John Gregory-Smith

A travel-loving spice aficionado, food writer and broadcaster John Gregory-Smith specializes in the cooking of North Africa, the Eastern Mediterranean, and the Middle East. He has written six cookbooks, including ‘Mighty Spice’ and ‘Mighty Spice Express,’ and appears on Channel 4’s ‘Sunday Brunch’ in the UK.

Paul Gayler

Paul Gayler

British chef Paul Gayler worked in elite London kitchens for decades, and has written some 20 cookbooks, among them ‘Pure Vegetarian,’ ‘A Passion for Vegetables,’ and ‘A Passion for Cheese.’ Paul has long been an advocate of putting fresh, seasonal vegetables at the center of the plate.

Ruth Nieman

Ruth Nieman

London-based Nieman has written two food books that have gained critical acclaim, the most recent of which is ‘Freekeh, Wild Wheat & Ancient Grains.’ Nieman is known for her scholarship and in-depth research, as well as for her excellent recipes – she originally trained as a caterer before turning her hand to food writing.

Features & Stories

Discover artisan cheese with ckbk

Discover artisan cheese with ckbk

To celebrate the first new Chiswick Cheese Market of 2022 and the arrival of Paul Gayler's A Passion for Cheese newly published on ckbk, we have a tempting prize for all cheese lovers. You could win a great selection of Artisan cheese from Big Wheel Cheese.