A comprehensive smorgasboard of over 500 international soup recipes for any and all occasions–from first course to main course and even dessert. Jacqueline Heriteau, renowned author of thirty cookbooks brings together her rich heritage of favorite family recipes and her own inventiveness, to create a feast of mouth-watering recipes, satisfying menu ideas, and delicious, delightful soups.
About Jacqueline Hériteau
Jacqueline Hériteau is the author of more than three dozen books, including classics such as A Feast of Soups, How to Grow and Cook It, and A Feast of Flowers. Her daughter, Holly Brown Hunter, is a graduate of The… More about Jacqueline Hériteau
Paperback | $17.95
Published by Ballantine Books Sep 12, 1987| 448 Pages| 6-1/8 x 9-1/4| ISBN 9780345348487
I am a single 29 year old woman living in NY whose meals are always eaten out of a bowl: ice cream, frozen yougurt, cereal, pasta and soup. I do not cook at all (except maybe to hard boil an egg). At least not until Feast of Soups. It is really easy to make the recipes, they are healthy, and impress all my dinner guests who are expecting take out chinese.