Beth Spencer's "Pea Soup: Recipes for Body, Mind, and Spirit from a 'Kitchen Table Gourmet,'" is a veritable feast of family favorite recipes—recipes full of life and love, recipes to wrap your mouth around and savor, recipes for foods that for years Beth thought she couldn't eat as part of everyday meals—normal foods using normal ingredients, foods that were on her "forbidden food" list—foods that she's happily invited back into her daily life. While writing "Pea Soup," Beth learned how to be a "competent eater"... and learned to accept her body at its "natural" weight, after over 40 years of yo-yo dieting and disordered eating. From appetizers to desserts and everything in between, "Pea Soup," fairly brims with wonderful, wholesome recipes—quick and easy recipes for when you're pressed for time, as well as classic recipes that require a little more time (and flour) on the hands, yet yield delicious... More > and joyous results. Bon Appétit!< Less
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By Leslie Ralph-Hillyard
Apr 10, 2012
We have truly enjoyed using Pea Soup. So many of the recipes are variations of special dishes served at our house when growing up, truthfully, some of which I had forgotten. We served Hot Curried Fruit as part of our Easter meal and it was a hit. Pea Soup is a great gift idea.