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Soup of the Day (Williams-Sonoma): 365 Recipes for Every Day of the Year

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2013

    It looks wonderful

    It was purchased as a gift, so am not the one that can make a review, but it looks tempting enough to purchase one for myself.

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  • Posted December 15, 2012

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    Delicious recipes

    I love this cookbook. It is very rare that I enjoy every recipe that I make from a cookbook. Usually I find a few that I don't care for. Not to mention... I'm not a soup person! Pretty much, the only time that I eat soup is when I'm sick. However, there are a ton of unique recipes in here that kept me interested for more soup after 3 straight days of making recipes from this book. There's your classic soup recipes, your classics with a twist and then soup that was so strange to me that I just had to make it.

    There are some pictures in this book that highlight a few of the recipes but not every recipe has a photo and for me that was a major let down. I love looking at the recipes before I make them. But even though it didn't have pictures for all the recipes, the names of the soups still caught my eye. When you have soups like Soba Noodles & Seared Salmon in Ginger-Green Onion Broth and Spinach & Vermicelli Soup with Fried Egg, the names alone drew me in.

    This is a great cookbook, especially if you love soup. The book is formatted like a calendar and it gives you a recipe for each day of the year. I tried about 5 recipes and I only made it to May. I will definitely be buying this book and making my way through the rest of the recipes.

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