More than 100 Heart-Warming Seasonal Recipes
for You to Cook at Home
Edited by Sharon Hapton
Trade Paperback, 216 pages
Oooh! It's that time again. Nothing says love like a warm bowl of soup after a long day. Hey, I've been known to have noodle soups for breakfast. Especially when I have a scratchy throat. I've been told that many cultures have soup for breakfast. Or noodles. Possibly both. I don't know. I just know I like it.
And combine healing, healthy, warming soups with the spirit of helping and sharing and you have a winning combination. Soup Sisters started in Canada and is bringing its warmth to Los Angeles, California for the first American chapter.
So far the Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers have donated over 350,000 containers of soup to those in need.
Buying this cookbook not only gets you 100 delicious recipes, but helps keep hearts and tummies filled and warm.
The first book, The Soup Sisters Cookbook, and this new one, The Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers Cookbook are first rate collections of deliciousness from celebrity chefs, restaurant owners and home chefs.
From the Back Flap:
The follow up to 2012's bestselling The Soup Sisters Cookbook (over 35,000 copies sold), with more than 100 new soup recipes from "souper" volunteers and celebrity chefs.
The Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers Cookbook showcases delicious recipes from Soup Sisters volunteers and from many top celebrity chefs--including Yotam Ottolenghi, Curtis Stone, Lidia Bastianich, Rob Feenie, Susur Lee, Michael Smith, Anna Olson, and Mark McEwan. With more than 100 recipes arranged by season, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options, The Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers Cookbook gives you enough heartwarming soup recipes to prepare and share throughout the year.
Soup Sisters is a Calgary-based non-profit enterprise founded in 2009. It organizes multiple volunteer soup-making events across the country every month to produce soup for women, children, and youth in need. Soup Sisters believes in the power of soup and the nutrition, comfort, and warmth that the gift of soup can bring. As well as working with women's shelters, Soup Sisters also operates Broth Brothers, which focuses on work with youth crisis centers across the country, providing support to young men who are working to support themselves. The Soup Sisters' growing network of supporters collectively cook up more than 10,000 servings of soup every month.
Sharon Hapton is the founder of Soup Sisters. She was selected as one of Chatelaine and CityTV’s Women of the Year 2011, and as a Woman of Vision 2011 by Global Television and the YWCA.