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ISBN:
014219610X
Author:
Rick Curry
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Main Courses & Side Dishes
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English
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Penguin Books; 5th or later Edition edition (October 29, 2002)
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224 pages
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Brother Rick Curry, . There are over 62 soup, chowder and stew recipes in all. If Eric Satie had been a chef instead of a composer, his recipes would have been like these. author of The Secrets of Jesuit Breadmaking, is the founder and artistic director of the National Theater Workshop for the Handicapped. He is also an actor, a teacher, and a master breadmaker. If you are a bit of a gourmet and have discerning taste buds for specialty soups, you'll probably love this volume.

In his early years as a novice, Brother Rick Curry learned that the quickest route to popularity among his peers was to master the art of cooking. Soup is one of the staple foods in a Jesuit community, and there is almost always a pot simmering on the stove. In more than forty years as a Jesuit brother, Brother Curry has traveled the world, lived in many different communities, and prepared many, many pots of soup

In his early years as a novice, Brother Rick Curry learned that the quickest route to popularity among his peers was to. In more than forty years as a Jesuit brother, Brother Curry has traveled the world, lived in many different communities, and prepared many, many pots of soup

In his early years as a novice, Brother Rick Curry learned that the quickest route to.But Brother Curry writes about a great deal more than soup. In more than forty years as a Jesuit brother, Brother Curry has traveled the world, lived in many different communities, and prepared many, many pots of soup.

Soup is one of the staple foods in a Jesuit community, and there is almost always a pot simmering on the stove. Brother Curry's second cookbook is a natural companion volume to his first, The Secrets of Jesuit Breadmaking. In more than forty years as a Jesuit brother, Brother Curry has traveled the world, lived in many different In his early years as a novice, Brother Rick Curry learned that the quickest route to popularity among his peers was to master the art of cooking. He presents 60 recipes for soups from a variety of cuisines, both simple and more elaborate.

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. In his early years as a novice, Brother Rick Curry learned that the quickest route to popularity among his peers was to master the art of cooking

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. In his early years as a novice, Brother Rick Curry learned that the quickest route to popularity among his peers was to master the art of cooking.

In his early years as a novice, Brother Rick Curry learned that the quickest route to popularity among his peers was to master the art of cooking. Soup is one of the staple foods in a Jesuit community, and there is almost always a pot simmering on the stove. In more than forty years as a Jesuit brother, Brother Curry has traveled the world, lived in many different communities, and prepared many, many pots of soup. This collection includes recipes for sixty of his most popular soups-everything from an exotic Roasted Red Pepper Soup to the classic Minestrone Milanese to a hearty Corn Chowder, from a relatively simple chicken soup to the more complex Mussels Soup Billy-bi. But Brother Curry writes about a great deal more than soup. He includes stories to savor about his life in the community of Jesuits: the people he's met; the meals he's enjoyed; and the daily practices of patience, reverence, humility, and care that go into making a good soup and a good life.
  • Aver
While these recipes do not especially appeal to me all that much, my wife will be making them one after another. This book is a gift for her.

My own preference is for "man soups," hot, hearty, lot's of meat, (especially beef), everything but the kitchen sink. These recipes are well thought-out ingredient flavors which blend to a nice pinnacle, mostly giving rise to a particular flavor. Here are some examples from this 209-page softcover book:

-- Chicken Soup
-- Clam and Mushroom Soup
-- French Onion Soup
-- Zucchini Soup
-- Avocado Soup

Now, don't get me wrong -- some of these soups have lengthy ingredient lists, much to do with herbs and garnishes. All the recipes can be easily prepared by a beginning cook but more experienced cooks will find them fun to make. The instructions are very clear.

The author has been a Jesuit Brother since 1961 and he's well-versed in culinary skills. Brother Curry has other cookbooks to his credit including: The Secrets of Jesuit Breadmaking.

Also included are lots of stories about Jesuit life and there is additionally an appropriate amount of spritual commentary. The work is generally broken down into four sections which include Advent, Christmas, Lent, and Easter. There are over 62 soup, chowder and stew recipes in all.

If Eric Satie had been a chef instead of a composer, his recipes would have been like these. If you are a bit of a gourmet and have discerning taste buds for specialty soups, you'll probably love this volume.
  • Huston
The author has provided a good list of soups, from basic to more specialized. The instructions are easy to follow and the results are good, if a bit mild. The high point of this book is how Brother Curry mixes in such meaningful stories. He is a warm comfortable writer and the combination of reading along with soupmaking makes for a great winter experience!!! (Houston, TX.... maybe not so exciting for most soup experiences at 100+ degrees... :)
  • Snake Rocking
Everyone loves soup. Some people like Soup and Salad. Here you get Soup and a Story! Simple and nourishing--both the soups and the stories.
  • Whitecaster
nice book, well-formatted. Quick service from vendor
  • Umsida
Great ideas for those cold and rainy days. Excellent recipes.
  • Kirimath
Jesuits are known as for their joy of reasonable austerity and frugality, especially
in cooking. I enjoyed the creative ingredients in all the soups but
particularly the Spanish Bean Soup.
  • Onetarieva
The soup recipes in this book are pretty simple, delicious and well explained. The stories and thoughts in between are very nice and often thought provoking. Don't be afraid of a cookbook by a catholic preist.
can't wait to cook - the recipes look delicious!