The Soups of France
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The Soups of France

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In France, a nation of small villages, an incredible variety of soups have evolved over time, with cherished family recipes handed down from generation to generation. The Soups of France uncovers those recipes, many still enjoyed today, others long forgotten. From famed Pot-au-Feu and Bouillabaisse to Baratxuri Salda, a spicy Basque broth of garlic, sausage, and red pepper...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published August 1st 2002 by Chronicle Books
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There's plenty of beautiful photography and romantic stories about France in this book. It really is a good read.

As a cookbooks, it was a little to inaccessible for me. In my current location I don't have access to many of the ingredients listed for many soups. And even in a more urban setting, it might be hard to find rabbit, rare cheeses, and goosefat, among other things. So most of my experience with this book was the reading of it.

There are a few recipes I might try. And while I tend to alt...more
A beautiful book in and of itself...the recipes are also wonderful.
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