We all have special memories associated with food, and perhaps nothing is more comforting than an aromatic bowl of soup. Soup nourishes the body, delights the senses and draws people together in celeb
We all have special memories associated with food, and perhaps nothing is more comforting than an aromatic bowl of soup. Soup nourishes the body, delights the senses and draws people together in celebration of good food and company. For Pam Reiss, these food memories are almost all related to Jewish food. From the chicken soup served by her baba to the delectable delights of her parent's kosher catering company, Pam comes from a world filled with family and flavour.
After years of travelling and sampling food all over the world, Pam has created soups that are a kosher fusion of traditional recipes like her baba's soup and exotic flavours like her own Pear Soup with Feta, Pecan, and Balsamic Reduction. In this new full-colour edition, Pam adds 20 new soups to delight the senses, and several new photographs to get you salivating. With clear and concise instructions for the novice cook, to exotic flavour combinations for the seasoned pro, Soup: A Kosher Collection is a must-have for any lover of soup.
Pam offers up over 150 kosher recipes with ingredients that range from cheese, vegetables, fish, chicken, duck, and beef, to fruit. Cozy up with-
Red Cabbage and Apple Soup
Salmon and Dill Cream Soup
Greek Meatball Soup
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My theory of cooking is simple and straightforward. I have two rules: keep it simple and use the best ingredients. It amazes me when people say they can't cook. For those of you out there who feel this way, I hope this book helps. Just keep my two rules in mind at all times. I'm not saying that a complicated, time-consuming recipe can't be wonderful, but it's not a requirement for putting outstanding food on your dinner table. Simple, good, fresh ingredients and easy preparation- that's what it takes.
Pam Reiss grew up helping her family with their catering business and specialty foods store, Desserts Plus. She later went on to earn a degree in Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management from the University of Minnesota. Pam returned to the family business where she is constantly recipe testing and thinking about her next cookbook. Pam lives in Winnipeg.
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