Ladle: paleo and gluten-free comfort soups
UPDATE: 6/26/2016 ~ now available in paperback on Amazon. Pick up a copy HERE!
Some of the recipes are some oldies but goodies…and then there are a whole lot of new ones. If you’ve been following Cavegirl Cuisine, you know I had to add a Reuben Soup…I’ve made a Reuben Benedict and Reuben Meatballs in the past, so it only made sense that I create a soup too. And it was good! 🙂 Another favorite of mine that came from a suggestion of one of my daughters was a Hamburger Soup…it is even garnished with pickles (it sounds weird, but don’t knock it till you try it!).
Soups have hands-down become my favorite meal to make over the past several years. No matter your lifestyle or diet or restrictions, soup fits right in. I like to think of soup as a transitional meal. So many times, especially as women, we will decide to follow a “diet,” and the only reception from our family is a bunch of groans. The great thing about the Paleo lifestyle is that it naturally includes meats and healthy produce. How can you go wrong with this combination? No more making a meal of a dry chicken breast and bland broccoli for yourself while your family chows down on some mac-n-cheese. Teach them to eat healthy. Fix only one meal. Introduce your family members to new foods while at the same time keeping some things familiar…like chicken, beef, celery, onions, tomatoes, and just a great flavorful broth. That’s not so scary, right?
Fresh veggies, clean meats, seafood, and fresh herbs and seasonings fill not only your bowls, but also the house with smells of comfort and home. Over the pages of this book, I hope you will be able to learn how to create fabulous soup bases and learn how to incorporate your favorite additions to create some hearty and soulful bowls of love!
“There’s nothing as nourishing and comforting as a steaming bowl of soup. If you’re looking to seriously level up your broth game, Michelle Fagone’s Ladle is the comprehensive Paleo soup primer for you!”— Michelle Tam New York Times best-selling author of Nom Nom Paleo: Food For Humans
“Colorful, nutritious, and flavorful, homemade soup is the ultimate, one-pot comfort food. From broth basics to simple creamy soups and international recipes with flair, Ladle is a one-stop source for everything you need to become a soup expert.”— Melissa Joulwan, author of Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love To Eat and Well Fed 2: More Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat
“Soups are arguably the most nourishing ways to enjoy meals, but let’s face it — they can quickly become a little boring. Ladle flips that predicament on its head, with over 50 allergen-friendly recipes fit for any mood. From Bacon Chicken Chowder and Cowboy Beef Stew to Lobster Bisque, this is a must-have resource for every soup-loving foodie!” — Russ Crandall, New York Times bestselling author of Paleo Takeout and The Ancestral Table
“I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I am obsessed with soup! There isn’t a time of day or day of the year that soup isn’t the perfect go-to meal. In true Cavegirl fashion, Michelle has married creativity and practicality with this delicious line up of year round soup recipes. If you are a soup fan like I am, you will be “souper” pleased to add this to your collection!” — Jennifer Robins from predominantly paleo and author of Down South Paleo