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Discover Rachel Allen's timeless collection of recipes for soups, breads, garnishes, stocks and more.
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Discover Rachel Allen's timeless collection of recipes for soups, breads, garnishes, stocks and more.

In this love-letter to the world's most ubiquitous dish, acclaimed TV chef, cookery writer and renowned teacher, Rachel Allen, explores everything soup has to offer.

Whether as a starter or main dish, a quick fix or a leisurely indulgence, to nourish a cold or heal a broken heart, or to feed yourself, your family or a crowd of friends, there is a soup for every occasion. With Rachel's guidance you can learn the classics and then expand your horizons, with delicious, achievable, heart-warming recipes you'll turn to time and time again.

Recipes include:
- French onion soup with gruyere toasts
- Roasted tomato and basil soup
- Japanese chicken and udon noodle broth
- Soupe au pistou
- Watermelon gazpacho
- Game broth with lentils, garlic and parsley
- West African peanut soup

Rachel also shares easy recipes for fresh homemade breads, as well as clever garnishes, essential stocks, and a wealth of tips on equipment, batch-cooking, freezing, and presentation.

Just as every cook needs good soup in their repertoire, this book will be a must-have source of inspiration for every kitchen shelf.

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Discover Rachel Allen's timeless collection of recipes for soups, breads, garnishes, stocks and more.

In this love-letter to the world's most ubiquitous dish, acclaimed TV chef, cookery writer and renowned teacher, Rachel Allen, explores everything soup has to offer.

Whether as a starter or main dish, a quick fix or a leisurely indulgence, to nourish a cold or heal a broken heart, or to feed yourself, your family or a crowd of friends, there is a soup for every occasion. With Rachel's guidance you can learn the classics and then expand your horizons, with delicious, achievable, heart-warming recipes you'll turn to time and time again.

Recipes include:
- French onion soup with gruyere toasts
- Roasted tomato and basil soup
- Japanese chicken and udon noodle broth
- Soupe au pistou
- Watermelon gazpacho
- Game broth with lentils, garlic and parsley
- West African peanut soup

Rachel also shares easy recipes for fresh homemade breads, as well as clever garnishes, essential stocks, and a wealth of tips on equipment, batch-cooking, freezing, and presentation.

Just as every cook needs good soup in their repertoire, this book will be a must-have source of inspiration for every kitchen shelf.

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