What's the Soup? is geared toward the home cook. It's for people who don't aspire to be culinary professionals but just want to cook great food. What's the Soup? contains over 60 easily attainable recipes for cooks of all levels. It's printed in a large type formate so there is no squinting at measurements, there is no fancy equipment or hard to find ingredients, only great soup!
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Jolynn Spinelli is the Cook and co-owner of CafePaniniHawaii.com in Honolulu, Hawaii. She is a graduate of Tante Marie's Cooking School in San Francisco, California. Before making the move to Hawaii she was the lead cook at a large concert facility in Northern California where she cooked for many of todays top recording artists. She has worked in the culinary field for over 10 years. This is her first book.Review:
Tori Ritchie Author of Braises & Stews: Everyday Slow-Cooked Recipes. I was thoroughly charmed and hungry while I read it. I love your writing. Your voice is very natural and unintimidating and clear throughout. Your recipes sound delicious--so many things leapt off the page that I wanted to make: West African Peanut, Indian Spiced Celery, Cashew Chicken, Cream of Leek & Orange. You did a superb job. --Tori Ritchie
BY CHRIS AGUINALDO, WAIPIO. Want to try Thai spiced watermelon soup or savor sopa de nopales (Mexican cactus soup)? pick up the new book,What's the Soup?, written by the eatery's co-owner Jolynn Spinelli of Waipio. And considering how popular their soups are, you might want to snag a copy of the book if you want to try to recreate their eclectic offerings. There's also a generous amount of vegan and vegetarian selections, like chana dal with tofu and coconut milk, and asparagus with sage and lemon. --West Oahu People
BY Wanda A. Adams. At Cafe Panini Jolynn Spinelli answers the question, What's the Soup? at least a dozen times a day. So, naturally, she chose that as the title. The book focuses on good health as well as good flavor and includes many vegan and vegetarian selections and ethnic ideas from West African peanut soup to jambalaya. Spinelli tells how to make several simple stocks, as well as a few sides ( I've got a hankering right now for her Chedder Bites). --The Honolulu Advertiser
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Book Description Panini Press, 2007. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110979908000
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Book Description Panini Press, 2007. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0979908000