Soup: A Way of Life, Barbara Kafka, 1998: Huge, beautifully understated cookbook in as-if-new condition, as is its dust cover. Written by Barbara Kafka, with collages by Ann Field. Stunning food photography by Gentl & Hyers. Published by Artisan, a Division of Workman Publishing, Inc., New York. 464 pages.
Kafka offers up nearly 300 recipes for icy soups for summer, hot soups for winter, rustic potages and elegant consommes, simple soups, complex soups that make an entire meal, fifteen-minute specials, soups that simmer all day long, and a magical garlic broth.
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