The Complete Book of Soups and Stews
Soups and stews are fun to make, and you can make enough for a second meal.


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Jessica Tagliaferro is a freelance writer in Brooklyn, NY


June 2005



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The Complete Book of Soups and Stews

By Bernard Clayton, Jr.

  • 441 pages
  • Simon and Schuster
  • 1984, 1987

The delicious recipes in Soups and Stews are my Sunday blues chaser—I can whip up a pot, savor the simmering aromas, and then freeze portions for the week. As Clayton shares in his introduction, soups are wonderfully forgiving and hard to ruin. They are also the most un-diet-ey of diet foods and easy on the pocket book. The 250 soup and 50 stew recipes in this volume are influenced by the author’s extensive travels and the personal anecdotes add interest. The are arranged thoughtfully by main ingredient. Also try the other volumes in Clayton’s celebrated trilogy, The Complete Book of Breads and The Complete Book of Pastry.

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