There’s a lot of books on soups and breads, respectively. This is the first example where I have come across them intentionally paired. Oh, and they’re reasonably easy to make; you don’t have to be a chef or speak French to accomplish any of these recipes.
I like to make soups for dinner but I often find that soups are a subsection of cookbooks and being vegetarian that limits the options even more. I also have the problem that I feel the need to have bread with my soup because, let’s be real, only monsters eat them separately. You can imagine how relieved I was to see that Ms. Manning had done a lot of the work for me and created a while book for soups AND breads. What’s great too is that she recommends which breads pair well with specific soups, providing two bread options. This makes it even more user-friendly because you can switch things up and keep life interesting. Ms. Manning also gives options for making most of the soups vegetarian, vegan, or some of the breads gluten-free.
Overall it’s a great cookbook for soup and bread lovers that has mouth watering recipes to satisfy most tastes. I’m looking forward to actually trying some of these recipes.