I don’t miss a whole lot of things from living up north, but I do miss curling up under a warm blanket with a mug full of good soup. It’s usually too warm to justify soup, but I do LOVE to make it.
Yet, lately here in Florida, it’s been cold enough here that I’ve had the opportunity to make quite a few recipes.
And, thanks to Wiley Publishing, I was able to try out some wonderful new recipes from Lorraine Wallace’s new book Mr. Sunday’s Soups.
If you’re a Fox News fan, Chris Wallace is the name you associate with Fox News Sundays. Well, while he’s off interviewing top government officials and talking about the latest news, his beautiful wife Lorraine is at home putting together one of their families favorite soups.
Although she’s not a professional cook, Lorraine’s soups would fool anyone into thinking she was. Her soups are so good, that her husband often raves about them on air, which prompted her to put together this book.
Packed with over 75 recipes, Mr. Sunday’s Soups offers affordable, healthy, and easy meals that will bring the family together.
I loved how she filled the book with family stories-memories of favorite times and stories of how the recipes came to included in the book. I also enjoyed how she broke the recipes in Seasons.
Fall – ones like Minestrone & Arugula Salad soup or Hearty Lentil Soup
Winter – ones like Ancho Pork & Hominy and Tortellini Meatball Soup
Spring – such as Salmon Chowder or Easter Zucchini Mint
Summer – ones like Quick Gazpacho or Vineyard Clan Chowder
Just the other evening I was able to try out her Green Kale and Kielbasa Soup.
It was DELICIOUS!. I haven’t had Kale since I was little and since we’re trying to add more vegetables to our meals, this recipe was perfect.
So, if you’re a soup lover like me, find yourself a copy of Mr. Sunday’s Soups… you won’t be disappointed you did.
** I received a review copy from Wiley Publishing yet all opinions and thoughts are 100% mine**