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.
There is nothing so versatile as a bowl of soup. Thick or thin, hot or cold, soup can provide a light start to your meal or be a meal in itself. The Good Soup Book covers a spectrum of tempting possibilities while ringing in the changing seasons. From such summer delights as Chilled Curried Apple Soup to soothing winter warmers like Smoked-Haddock Cream with Poached Eggs and Parmesan Croutons, Lindsey Bareham soup recipes have one thing in common – they're delicious!
With her clear and practical instructions, Lindsey Bareham removes the mystery trom stock-making to teach you how to create tasty and satisfying soups from scratch, without spending hours im the kitchen. Whether youre cooking for a special occasion or simply wanting to use what's already in your cupboards, you are sure to find a recipe to suit.