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More than 100 of the best soup recipes Boston has to offer accompanied by fun stories and beautiful full-color photography. Marjorie Druker is passionate about soups. She fell in love with soups when she first heard the story Stone Soup. After attending Johnston & Whales, Marjorie created the menu for the popular Boston Market restaurant chain, and soups were always her More than 100 of the best soup recipes Boston has to offer accompanied by fun stories and beautiful full-color photography. Marjorie Druker is passionate about soups. She fell in love with soups when she first heard the story Stone Soup. After attending Johnston & Whales, Marjorie created the menu for the popular Boston Market restaurant chain, and soups were always her favorite. "My niche is taking what people like to eat and turning it into a soup," she says. The New England Soup Factory restaurant has won the Best of Boston award four times. People skip school to eat their soups. A pregnant in labor stopped by the restaurant on the way to the hospital to satisfy a last-minute craving. New England Soup Factory soups are like no other soups. And now you can recreate these delicious soups in your own home. The New England Soup Factory Cookbook contains 100 of Boston's best-tasting traditional and creative soup recipes. The book also includes a chapter on sandwiches and salads to accompany such soups as . . . New England Clam Chowder Wild Mushroom and Barley Soup Curried Crab and Coconut Soup Raspberry-Nectarine Gazpacho Cucumber-Buttermilk Soup

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Lorraine

    Growing up, soup was always our first course at dinner. There is nothing better than hot soup on all kinds of days. Game days, reunion days, first day back to school day, & especially I-don’t-feel-well-day. Marjorie Druker and Clara Silverstein in their New England Soup Factory Cookbook provide recipes for the different seasons. Some sound yummy, but others I do wonder how the ingredients translate to soup. Under the heading yummy soups/stews I would place Hearty and Rich Beef Stew, Chili Co Growing up, soup was always our first course at dinner. There is nothing better than hot soup on all kinds of days. Game days, reunion days, first day back to school day, & especially I-don’t-feel-well-day. Marjorie Druker and Clara Silverstein in their New England Soup Factory Cookbook provide recipes for the different seasons. Some sound yummy, but others I do wonder how the ingredients translate to soup. Under the heading yummy soups/stews I would place Hearty and Rich Beef Stew, Chili Con Carne, Beef and Barley Soup among others. Under the I Do Wonder heading Artichoke Bisque ( even though I love artichokes), Curried Mussel Bisque, and Wild Maine Blueberry Soup (love Maine Blueberries too!) would be found. The photography is superb, and The New England Soup Factory is an extremely successful place to get many kinds of soup in Boston, MA. The authors’ include some sandwiches and salads too as well as some ‘anecdotes ‘ along the way. 31/2-4 stars.

  2. 4 out of 5

    elizabeth

    Do these recipes sound great? Yes! Are they for large batches? Yes! Do you need a special pot to cook most of these? Yes! Will they take a while to cook? Yes! Do some of the ingredients seem difficult to obtain? Yes! These scream "great winter weekend project" to me. Plus, then I'll have soup all week!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Riona

    I've had this cookbook for a while but haven't cooked from it that much. Part of that is the way it's organized: some chapters are by main ingredients ("A Chicken in Every Pot", "Say Cheese, Please"), some by type of soup ("Championship Chowders", "Childhood Favorites"), and then there are also chapters by season ("Autumn Flavors", "Winter's Brew", "Spring In a Bowl", "Summer Soothers"). This means you have to look in multiple places to find a simple recipe -- is gazpacho in with "Tomato Teasers I've had this cookbook for a while but haven't cooked from it that much. Part of that is the way it's organized: some chapters are by main ingredients ("A Chicken in Every Pot", "Say Cheese, Please"), some by type of soup ("Championship Chowders", "Childhood Favorites"), and then there are also chapters by season ("Autumn Flavors", "Winter's Brew", "Spring In a Bowl", "Summer Soothers"). This means you have to look in multiple places to find a simple recipe -- is gazpacho in with "Tomato Teasers" or in "Summer Soothers"? A badly organized table of contents is one of my cookbook pet peeves. I think I've only made one of these recipes so far, but it was great: Grandma Florrie's Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls. This was some of the best matzoh ball soup I've had. I like her trick of using club soda to make the matzoh balls extra light. Though mine fell apart a little, I think that was mostly user error and they were still great. I omitted the veal bone and the broth still had plenty of flavor. I'm looking forward to cooking some more of these soups. I already have a bunch tagged with post-it notes: Spinach, Feta Cheese, & Toasted Pine Nut Soup, Artichoke Bisque, Cheddar-Corn Chowder with Bacon & Scallions, and Sweet Green Pea Soup with Fresh Mint. I'll report back!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Holjo

    Hands down, this is my absolute favorite cookbook. That is saying a lot considering I study cooking and own cookbooks written by legends like Charlie Trotter, Thomas Kellar and Joel Robuchon. What makes this cookbook stand out amongst all the others is the fact that I have made every recipe in the book and liked them all. Soups are a fabulous item to keep on hand in the freezer at all times. I like to make 2 soups per month and then freeze the leftovers. (I have a quart or two of the Artichoke B Hands down, this is my absolute favorite cookbook. That is saying a lot considering I study cooking and own cookbooks written by legends like Charlie Trotter, Thomas Kellar and Joel Robuchon. What makes this cookbook stand out amongst all the others is the fact that I have made every recipe in the book and liked them all. Soups are a fabulous item to keep on hand in the freezer at all times. I like to make 2 soups per month and then freeze the leftovers. (I have a quart or two of the Artichoke Bisque in my freezer at all times, it is my favorite.) All I have to do when last minute company stops by is thaw out a quart and make the garnish. They get a gourmet flavor and homemade meal with very little fuss on your end. Soups are also great for bringing to sick friends and relatives, new parents, care packages and potluck dinners. People are always asking me to bring soup wherever I go. In fact, one of my closest friends started having an annual soup party thanks to me. And as much as I love taking credit for the cooking, it all started with this cookbook. I HIGHLY recommend adding this to your collection. It will soon become a favorite.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    This is a solidly good collection of soup recipes. We cooked from it for cook book club and every recipe turned out great with very few changes to be made in the future. Try the eggplant parm, indonesian carrot, lima and barley, porcini and pumpkin yellow split pea. Delicious!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Robin Edman

    Truly delicious recipes. However, they lose a point for ingredient count and another point for calorie count. Anybody can make good soup with that much cream and cheese. However, the flu-chasing chicken soup is awesome!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Janelle

    My husband bought me this for a dollar. I wish he hadn't. The recipes look so delicious, but sadly due to severe dietary restrictions I can't eat them. It's very depressing.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Katy

    Been making recipes from this book all year. Fabulous. Have not found one yet that we have not loved.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn

    Reading this book was no match for cooking and eating the recipes from this book, but it was highly enjoyable nevertheless!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mary C

    I ordered this cookbook for the Artichoke Bisque recipe and it is to die for!! I know sometimes you can find recipes online but there's nothing like a good cookbook read!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ruth

    The only bad thing about this book is--I may have to purchase it (I read almost all my books from the local library first). The soups in this book just make my mouth water even to read the ingredients and see the photos. Well, can't that be said of any great cookbook? Wonderful photos. Great detail about all the tips this restauranteur uses in her own Boston-based soup restaurants. She swears by making your own stock--to use store-bought just doesn't yield the same results. Her instructions on v The only bad thing about this book is--I may have to purchase it (I read almost all my books from the local library first). The soups in this book just make my mouth water even to read the ingredients and see the photos. Well, can't that be said of any great cookbook? Wonderful photos. Great detail about all the tips this restauranteur uses in her own Boston-based soup restaurants. She swears by making your own stock--to use store-bought just doesn't yield the same results. Her instructions on various stocks/bases are clear and easy-to-grasp, so I'd think it would be a good experiment; plus, they freeze well and are ready to go the next time you want a good base for a fabulous soup, chowder or stew. Man, the winter will be infinitely tastier with this around. Gonna have to find this to purchase, as I said before. Yum!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Deborah aka Reading Mom

    I've just purchased and read the book, so have only had time to make one recipe so far. The Corn and Cheese Chowder is delicious! Easy to make and with ingredients that are not difficult to find. I can't wait to try other recipes--they all sound wonderful. The instructions are easy to follow and the color photographs are beautiful. There are recipes for sandwiches and a few signature desserts as well.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Elisabeth

    Oh, Yum! Fall is upon us and every Sunday is soup making day! I love this season and this is a fabulous book of recipes that will keep you warm all fall and winter. Enjoy! Update: I've made 9 different soups from this book; every one fantastic. I don't believe there is a bad recipe in this book. And most recipes serve 10-12 so it lasts the week. Soo delicious!!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Patricia

    3 stars for recipe difficulty and other content. I will adjust my review and rating after I've had a chance to make a few of the recipes - there are a number of them that I really want to try soon. Some of the soups seem to include a wide variety of spices that sound like they would be really good together. Can't wait to taste them!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    I can't wait to try some of these soup recipes. Need to go grocery shopping. Well, I made the artichoke bisque tonight, and I thought it was very yummy. I had to return this to the library sooner than I wanted, but I'm definitely going to check it out again when I have more time, so that I can try more of the recipes.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Susan Lydon

    All recipes are very time-intensive and require many ingredient, including uncommon ones you will have to buy specifically for this soup. I thought this would be awesome, since I love New England Soup Factory, but it's not useful at all. I occasionally thumb through it, then decide to make something from another cookbook or go buy the soup.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mo

    I know that I am not going to have time to make any of these soups before the book is due back to the library. It would be worthwhile checking it out again, as several of the soups looked very good. 641.813 DRU I am basing my 4 star rating on the varied selection of soups, the beautiful pictures and all the helpful tips.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kerry

    This cookbook offers a surprising array of flavors and textures in the form of soup--from light first-course soups to hearty soups to be eaten as meals. Lots of more-sophisticated takes on typical go-to soups. The recipes make large batches, if that's what you need.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Janie

    I make a lot of soup. And now I will make more! :) Homemade stock shows up in pretty much every recipe! :( Cream shows up in most, and tomato and wine show up in many, recipes. :| I didn't know what a bisque technically is, and I do now, but not because the book told me clearly.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    Not sure if "currently reading" is correct category. Currently browsing through and making myself hungry. Corn and roasted red pepper chowder is one recipe that Jason would make with me. On my own I'll probably try cauliflower, potato, and cheese soup and others.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Donna Hicks

    Beautiful Recipes I love a lot of these recipes and have already have made several. My family loved them. They are easy to shop for and make an amount that can be used for a meal and then for the freezer.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Denise

    I already tried one recipe from this book and it was delicious. There are great soup, salad and sandwich recipe in this book. I want to recheck it out in the summer to try some of the cold soups that would use the produce from our garden.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jennie

    Truthfully, I haven't made a recipe from this book. But they all sound good and pretty simple. I'm just gearing up for this fall and winter in Seattle, when warm soup and warm bread will probably be on the menu a few times a week.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    We have a soup club at my office and this book is chock full of creative new recipes to try out. Coming from such a reliable source, I won't be hesitant to try a new recipe for the next time it's my turn to bring soup.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Eling

    This book is PACKED with soup recipes. And a few sides/salads/sandwiches to complement the soup. But really, it's all about the soup. Going to try a few recipes & then update as needed but my required photo minimum for cookbooks is met, and the recipes seem to be pretty varied & interesting.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Darrin Rich

    Looks like some great soups in this one. So far I mad the bacon cheddar corn chowder. Wow! One of my families favorites already.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sherry Hyatte

    Yum, yum and yum I love to make soup and I was planning dinner parties for friends as I was reading this lovely cookbook.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Cathy

    Best soup book eeva! if you love soup and you don't have alotta money or cooking skill, BUY THIS BOOK.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Linnea

    Great book of soups, basic as well as eclectic. Enjoying news ones every week.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Terry

    Delicious sounding recipes and wonderful pictures. Looking forward to cooler weather so I can try some of these.

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