Thursday, August 09, 2007

Book ’n Cook | Fresh Every Day

This week I tested a Summer Sweet Corn Soup recipe from Sara Foster’s Fresh Every Day: More Great Recipes from Foster’s Market. First off, let’s start with the book. Fresh Every Day has eight chapters:

Breakfast for Anytime; Simple Soups; Seasonal Salads and Salad Meals; Seasonal Sides; Quick and Tasty Meat Main Dishes; Fast and Fresh Fish, Pasta, and Risotto Meals; Meals That Cook Themselves; A Little Something Sweet

The recipes are easy to follow and use upscale but accessible ingredients. Throughout the book, there are call-out boxes explaining basic techniques such as roasting garlic or peeling butternut squash. There are also a number of sidebars called “Tricks of My Trade” with helpful hints for making your recipes turn out better and easier.

The Summer Sweet Corn Soup is sweet, light and has a bright, fresh flavor from the addition of the basil. All in all, I recommend this book for it’s tempting recipes, beautiful photography and easy, clean design. And if you have some corn left, this recipe is definitely worth trying.

Click here to download and print a pdf of this recipe:

Summer Sweet Corn Soup
Adapted from
Fresh Every Day by Sara Foster

4 comments:

Genevieve said...

Looks tasty!!! Hope all the wedding details are coming along :)> G

Cindy said...

I made this soup (including the corn broth) on Sunday. While it was work (shucking and de-kerneling the corn), the soup is delicious! Thick like a chowder but not so heavy. We tried it at three different temperatures and liked it best warm (not too hot, not too cold, just right!). I'm glad I have extra corn broth for another batch of soup.

Girl said...

lovely pictures u got)

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