Lion House Soups and Stews Cookbook (Hardcover)

by Lion House

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The Deseret Bookshelf version is enhanced with video.

What could be more comforting than a hot and healthy bowl of soup on a chilly day? From nostalgic favorites such as Hearty Chicken Noodle Soup and Vegetable Cheese Chowder to signature specialties such as Lion House Tomato Bisque and Lion House Oyster Stew, the newest Lion House cookbook offers more than seventy soups, stews, chowders, and chilis that the whole family will enjoy. Additional recipes for mouthwatering breads, biscuits, and rolls will complement your culinary masterpieces. With full-color photographs, easy-to-follow instructions, helpful tips, and a handy reference DVD, Lion House Soups and Stews is fun to use and perfect to give!

Nestled in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, the Lion House was built in 1856 as the family residence of Brigham Young. The ground level is now the site of the Lion House Pantry, where hot meals and delicious bakery items are served to the public daily. The main and upper floors are used for banquets, wedding receptions, and other catered events.

Lion House executive chef, David Bench, and Lion House head baker, Brenda Hopkin, compiled the recipes for Lion House Soups and Stews.

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The LION HOUSE, originally built in the 1850s as a residence for President Brigham Young and his family, has served for decades as a venue where good food served in a historical setting creates memorable occasions. From the Lion House Pantry to the children’s party room, the decor and ambiance invite visitors to understand and cherish our pioneer heritage.

The delicious, made-from-scratch dishes that have been the hallmark of the Lion House’s menus are enjoyed by visitors from all over the world. The building itself was listed on the National Register of Historic Landmarks in 1964 and continues to be a favorite gathering place of dignitaries, families, and anyone who appreciates home-cooked food served with a smile.

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