Cooking for a family isn't an easy task and no one knows that better than these four friends (and neighbors) who banded together to form a soup club. Between them they have four husband and 10 kids, all of whom were fed with the amazing recipes from their upcoming book The Soup Club Cookbook: Feed Your Friends, Feed Your Family, Feed Yourself.
Authors Courtney Allison, Tina Carr, Caroline Laskow, Julie Peacock offer readers the ultimate guide to creating family-friendly meals without spending hours laboring in the kitchen. Their tips and helpful anecdotes will help you form your own soup club so you and your friends can take turns cooking filling, comforting meals for each other.
The Soup Club Cookbook offers 150 enticing recipes for soups and sides. Favorites include carrot coconut and chicken chili, Senegalese peanut soup, ''faux'' ramen, potato cheddar soup and accompanying dishes like jeweled rice salad, cheddar cornbread, summer corn hash and soy-simmered chicken wings.
You'll also pick up solid advice on storing food and turning leftovers into other delightful meals. The Soup Club Cookbook will be released January 13th on Amazon.
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