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Win a copy of new cookbook Broth To Bowl!

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Winter is well on its way, and with it the colder weather. It’s the time of year where soups come to the fore…perfect timing for new cookbook Broth to Bowl: Mastering the art of great soup from six simple broths by Drew Smith.

Published by Modern Books, Broth to Bowl (RRP £20) is a 160-page hardback cookbook that demonstrates how soups can transform your cooking and your health. From buying the most basic ingredients and making simple broths to crafting some seriously showstopping soups, Drew Smith shows how six different broths can form the base for a whole host of soup recipes, making the most of leftovers and expanding our kitchen repertoire.

There’s plenty covered, from the health benefits of bone broth to the versatility and ease of home-cooked soups and stews: recipes that are delicious, nutritionally balanced, wholesome and waste-free. We love the simple yet beautiful colour photography too.

Broth to Bowl is divided into six chapters covering The Basics, Vegetables, Chicken and Other Birds, Meat, Fish and Shellfish, and Kombu. Recipes span the entire globe too, from Scotch broth to French onion, Thai Tom Yum Goong to Japanese bonito broth.


Win a copy of Broth to Bowl!

Interested in mastering new soup recipes for the winter months? We have a copy of Broth to Bowl to give away to one lucky winner. To enter, simply leave a comment below telling us your favourite type of soup!

The competition will close at 5pm on Tuesday, November 14th, after which time one commenter will be picked at random as the winner, and their address passed to the PR company for delivery. Good luck!


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233 thoughts on “Win a copy of new cookbook Broth To Bowl!”
  1. It has to be home made vegetable soup, it’s so warming & filling too. I love home made better than shop brought because you know exactly what’s going into it & you can change the taste every time you make it depending on what veg you add

  2. French onion soup with a big cheesy crouton thingy floating in it that goes stringy down your chin when you eat it

  3. I love a sweetcorn soup! There’s a place opposite my work that does sweetcorn soup but only every now and then but I pop in every day just to check whether its a sweetcorn soup day or not. Time I learnt to make it myself! 🙂

  4. My favourite soup is: homemade leek, potato and broccoli soup. It is simply delicious and really healthy.
    Thank you for the chance

  5. My very favourite homemade soup has to be spicy butternut squash soup.
    A use a Base of chicken stock in this soup.It is enjoyed by many.A proper winter warmer. Low on calories and super cheap and easy to make.
    Divine .
    The book looks amazing

  6. I cannot get enough of home made butternut squash and red pepper soup…perfect with a few chilli flakes in too!

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