A collection of delicious and nutritious soups packed with a unique blend of fresh food, spice and flavour combinations. This is the only soup cookbook that any cook will ever want.
Kate Adams is the author of THE FLAT TUMMY CLUB DIET and the founder of The Flat Tummy Club, which have been covered widely in the press, featuring in ZEST, THE DAILY MAIL, HARPER'S BAZAAR, THE TIMES and HEALTH & FITNESS. Kate also lost two and a half stone by eating recipes from the MAGIC SOUP cookbook. Kate is also a popular social media presence with over 1,000 followers on Facebook and Twitter. Nicole Pisani is a chef who has worked at Yotam Ottolenghi's Soho restaurant, NOPI and Anna Hansen's Modern Pantry in London. She has a passion for creating healthy and vibrant dishes with interesting ingredients and spice combinations. Kate and Nicole created Food For Happiness www.foodforhappiness.co.uk
The title of this book is enticing and you won't be disappointed once you open the pages. Nicole Pisani and Kate Adams turn soup into a magical experience. Every soup you can think of is included, hot, cold, thick, thin... it's a one-stop soup shop. You won't need another recipe book if you own this one. * Choice * This book is a celebration of food that looks as good as it tastes. The yam and coconut soup is the colour of a sunburst, and the nettle soup with flowers looks like it came from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. There are stocks, quick fixes - like roasted cherry tomato soup with salsa and flatbread and a vivid emerald-green watercress soup with crab toast - and bowls of broth from around the world. -- Eithne Farry * The Simple Things * Soup is just the thing at this time of year: comforting yet light and healthy - and it's cheap and easy to make. Nicole Pisani and Kate Adams have joined forces to provide a collection of knock-out soups. There are broths, chowders and dhals; hot and cold soups; vegetarian, meaty and fishy bowls. Truly a soup for every season. * BBC Good Food magazine * Style meets substance in these chic and soothing bowfuls. * Mail on Sunday *