In this richly illustrated book, Grandy has just suffered a big loss in her life, and so she is cooking up her own unique batch of "tear soup."
pictured: Taylor Bills, Chuck DeKlyen, Pat Schwiebert & Cricket
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Tear Soup, gives you a glimpse into Grandy’s life as she blends different ingredients into her own grief process. Her tear soup will help to bring her comfort and ultimately help to fill the void in her life that was created by her loss. Soup is the ideal food. You can serve it as an appetizer or as the main course. With soup you can satisfy a variety of tastes and dietary needs. A thin broth works for those desiring a light meal: a thick, hearty soup satisfies the big appetite. Soups are meant to be sipped and savored, offering a culinary experience that awakens the palate. Taking soup to a sick friend can bring welcomed comfort and revitalize their spirit. Some cooking requires that you measure ingredients exactly. But making soup is different. Soup making is an art, and you are the artist. Improvising as you go, your only goal is that the blended creation will both satisfy your hunger and soothe whatever else ails you.