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Simply Soup - cover

Simply Soup

Madge Baird

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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A piping-hot bowl of soup is a universal symbol for comfort. With recipes ranging from classic to trendy, Simply Soup is full of inspiration to answer every craving. More than 50 recipes, including: •    Chicken and Dumplings •    Asian Hot Pot •    Ham Bone Soup •    Carrot and Parsnip Bisque •    Lentil, Chickpeas, and Greens Soup  

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