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Almost all cultures treasure chicken soup as a truly source of fragrant comfort and homey warmth. This wonderful cookbook presents over 100 delectable international recipes gathered during famed restaurant critic Mimi Sheraton's years of travel and conversations with chefs. Grouped geographically, the dishes range from the classic golden Jewish Soup of Eastern Europe to Arabian Red Lentil Soup with Chicken; from hearty New England Chicken and Corn Chowder to fiery Caribbean Pepper Pot Soup, and Italian Green Minestrone with Chicken and Pesto. In addition to the delicious recipes, the author offers: -- Instructions for making dumplings, wontons, noodles, and other appetizing garnishes-- Charming anecdotes from such personalities as Ed Koch, Geoffrey Beene, and Paul Newman's daughter, Nell-- Handy tips on cooking basics and more.Literate, sybaritic, ecumenical. Uplifting to body and spirit. The Whole World Loves Chicken Soup, Mimi Sheraton's timeless study on what some consider the elixir of life, is all of these. This comprehensive treatise on what is arguably one of the world's ubiquitous dishes includes what kind of chicken and pot to use to be sure your soup will be golden rich and lean. Along with over 100 recipes for chicken-based soups and a full panoply of dumplings, meat balls, noodles, and piroshiki to go with them, this book is also studded with historical, geographic, and cultural tidbits. If you wonder how much can be done with a bird simmered in liquid, the chapters on soups from Latin America, the Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Asia are edifying. Sheraton's passion, warmth, generosity and meticulous attention to accuracy make this book a culinary classic.