The 12 Days of Cookbooks: New England Soup Factory Cookbook: More Than 100 Recipes from the Nation’s Best Purveyor of Fine Soup

Day 5…

It’s soup time, BIG time! I think at least 80% to 90% of the country could go for a piping hot bowl of soup right about now. And, it’s not even January yet…

Anyone who knows me, knows that I love soup. Not just like, but, LOVE. I could (and pretty much do), have a bowl every day. It’s something about the comforting feeling that you get from eating it that makes it so irresistible to me. I even like cold soups. Not at this time of year of course, but, on a hot summer day a cold soup is super refreshing.

Up in Massachusetts, there’s a restaurant. Not just any restaurant mind you. But, one that has elevated soup to a culinary art form. The New England Soup Factory. It’s run by the husband and wife team of Marjorie Druker and Paul Brophy. They have been serving fantastic and creative soups to their customers since 1995.

You say, “Well that’s great, but what does that do for me? Here’s the answer. Now you can bring more than 100 of their awesome soups right into your own home without the trip east. The New England Soup Factory Cookbook spills all the secrets. Actually, you’ve been able to cook these soups in your own home since 2007 when this cookbook was first published, but, hey you can add it to your 2010 holiday list right now!

I’m sure anyone living north of, say, Atlanta, will be most appreciative of this potentially warming gift.

Author: Marjorie Druker and Clara Silverstein
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Pages: 256
Revised Edition Released: September 11, 2007


Previous Days Cookbooks

Day 4 The Fannie Farmer Cookbook: Anniversary Edition
Day 3 The Starving Students’ Cookbook
Day 2 The America’s Test Kitchen Family Cookbook 3rd Edition
Day 1 The I Love Trader Joe’s Cookbook

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