BY MARGARET MENDEL
SOUP IN THE SUMMER AN ARTICLE IN KINGSRIVERLIFE.COM
Mid summer, when heat feels the most unforgiving and cooking is the last thing on my mind, I fall back on cold soups.
Soups have always been special to me, whether hot or cold. They seem a bit like alchemy. The mere boiling of bones in water produces a rich flavorful broth. Long simmering legumes result in a hearty, starchy meal that could be enjoyed in a common-everyday household or it could be a dish elegant enough for a princess. Cooking vegetables with meat in a cauldron of water has long been a mainstay in cookery. Click here to read more.