Friday, February 5

The Soup Project

I am back from a wonderful trip to NYC. The New York International Gift Fair was both insightful and fun. Thank you to everyone who stopped by the SFERRA booth to say hello and view the beautiful linens. I so much enjoyed meeting all of you! Often times I feel as though I work in a vacuum, so it was a humanizing and welcome change of pace.

'I love your Soup on Sunday' was a common refrain throughout the week. It has also been the subject of many emails as of late. Just before leaving for New York my neighbor asked when I was going to publish a soup cookbook. To be honest, I haven't really given it much thought. For me, soup is the ultimate comfort food and Sunday is the perfect day to slow down and enjoy the simple satisfaction it offers.

That said, I have decided to give this soup cookbook idea some serious thought. I will be searching out all the best soup recipes with greater interest and vigor. It also means a lot more cooking, which is why I posted the witty image above. That might very well be my situation in the near future. I would love to know which of my soup recipes have been your personal favorites. You can click here to see all the Soup on Sunday recipes or email me at (allthebestsoup@gmail.com).

15 comments:

Belle on Heels said...

ooooh this is so exciting!! i just adore the soup on sunday feature.

A Gift Wrapped Life said...

So funny......just posting about a company that ships homemade Chicken Soup as a gift in my Bringing Small Comfort series. Hope you don't mind me directing them to your site for Soup on Sunday series as well. Have the best weekend and a good soup on Sunday.

Karena said...

It would be a great book Ronda, go for it!
Karena

ALL THE BEST said...

Of course I don't mind, thank you so much!! And thanks to everyone for the encouragement!

Renee Finberg said...

hilarious!
xx

Color and Style said...

I love your Soup on Sundays, if you do write the book I will buy one.
Thanks for sharing your great recipes.
Firoozeh

HAMPTON HOSTESS said...

Hi Rhona,
so glad to hear you are home-and just in time as city is bracing for lots of snow--could use a good bowl of soup and a glass of pinot! cheers, barbara

ALL THE BEST said...

So I hear!! Thanks Barbara. It was so nice to meet you!
xoxo

Mariss said...

The Soup idea sounds great. I was posting an illustrated recipe of my favorite soup recipes last year. This is one of my favorites, it's Butternut Squash with Cannellini Beans via Epicurious.com. Cheers!

http://vanillabeanknits.blogspot.com/2008/11/butternut-squash-cannellini-soup.html

taranis said...

What a great idea to publish a Soup Book!!! I adore your recipes and have cooked some of them myself...Delicious!!!

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Kay said...

You've got at least 3 guaranteed buyers of your soup book. :)

pve design said...

Ronda,
Oh that would be wonderful. I would love soup recipes from your list of "All the Best"
Sorry I never made it to the Gift Fair.
Catch you next time, I promise!
pve

AB HOME Interiors said...

I LOVE soup. My husband will call me at the end of the day, 'wanna get something to eat' he says. Yup lets get some soup! He is so sick of hearing the same response. LOL!
Go for it. I LOVE soup. A cookbook entirely on soups is a GREAT idea.

mary said...

The "Soup on Sunday" project is a great idea--new research is coming out on the benefits of soup ( those that eat soup once a day are thinner by a very high percentage--and that was the only variable, and other great benefits of soup are also being researched). Definitely a great ideas for a cook book--go for it!

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