Williams-Sonoma Collection: Soup

Williams-Sonoma Collection: Soup

Soup is the original comfort food. After all, what could be more satisfying than a purée of butternut squash topped with a dollop of cream? But soup can be refreshing as well—think of a medley of spring vegetables simmered with fresh herbs.

Williams-Sonoma Collection Soup offers more than 40 easy-to-follow recipes, including both classic favorites and fresh new ideas. In these pages, you'll find inspiring soups designed to fit any occasion at any time of year—from a quick and simple meal to an enjoyable lunch in the garden. This beautifully photographed, full-color recipe collection will become an essential addition to your kitchen bookshelf.

“Just take a look through these pages, and I believe you'll be ready to take out the soup pot!”
  • Free Press | 
  • 120 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780743224444 | 
  • November 2001

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About the Author

Diane Rossen Worthington

Diane Rossen Worthington is a Los Angeles-based food writer and consultant. Trained at the London Cordon Bleu and taught by James Beard, Madeleine Kamman, Giuliano Bugialli, and Jacques Pepin, she has won the prestigious James Beard Award for her work as a radio broadcaster. Worthington's cookbooks include The Cuisine of California, The Taste of Summer, The California Cook, and American Bistro. She also created the recipes for Picnics and Tailgates and Snow Country Cooking in the Williams-Sonoma Outdoors series.