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Cook the Book: Cream of Carrot with Ginger Soup

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 4 comments

Carrot soup is comforting and not too complicated, but still has enough sweetness and spice to keep things interesting. [Photograph: Caroline Russock] This week my goal was to share soup recipes from The Best Soups in the World by Clifford... More

Cook the Book: Slovak Sauerkraut Soup

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 9 comments

[Photograph: Caroline Russock] Out of all of the hearty, meal-worthy soups in The Best Soups in the World by Clifford A. Wright this Slovak Sauerkraut Soup was one of the most appealing of the bunch. I love choucroute garnie, a... More

Watercress Soup

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The following recipe is from the January 27 edition of our weekly recipe newsletter. To receive this newsletter in your inbox, sign up here! Watercress is something that I usually pass by in the market, but more and more I've... More

Cook the Book: Phở

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 19 comments

"This phở might not be quite as nuanced as the restaurant version but it's still entirely satisfying." [Photograph: Caroline Russock] Some people go straight for the chicken noodle when they are sick, but when I feel under-the-weather, only one soup... More

Cook the Book: Rick Bayless's Black Bean Soup

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 12 comments

[Photograph: Caroline Russock] The majority of recipes I write about here in Cook the Book end up being my dinner and this week's selection has posed a bit of a problem. You see, with the exception of ramen and pho,... More

Cook the Book: Maryland Crab Soup

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 10 comments

"If you can get your hands on some blue crabs and a can of Old Bay you'll see why this regional soup deserves attention." [Flickr: the bridge] For the brief time I lived in Baltimore, one thing that struck me... More

Cook the Book: 'The Best Soups in the World'

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The gray days at the end of January are about when the winter blues start kicking in. Chances are the lack of daylight and chilly weather have you longing for something warm and comforting: a mug of cocoa, cozy blanket, a SADlight (in extreme cases), or just a steaming bowl of soup. For many folks, soup is the ultimate comfort food. Whether it's your grandmother's chicken noodle, cream of tomato right out of the can, or a slurpworthy bowl of ramen, soup will always warm you up and leave you feeling better. It takes a serious soup lover to put together a book entirely devoted to the best soups in the world. Clifford A. Wright is just that fanatical about... More

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