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Mr. sunday's soups cookbook - Mrs. Sunday


Known to millions as the anchor of “Fox News Sunday,” Chris Wallace is one of the most popular news show hosts in the country. After a long day on air, Chris would often arrive home hungry and delight at the sight of a big pot of his wife Lorraine’s soup on the burner. Lorraine may not be a professional cook, but you wouldn’t know it from her soups

In fact, her soups were so good that Chris couldn’t help but rave about them on-air. Before long, the show’s fans were begging him to share his wife’s wonderful recipes. Now, in “Mr. Sunday’s Soups,” Lorraine Wallace shares a wide variety of soups that are sure to please the whole family.

Perfect as comfort food at the end of a long day at the office or the studio, these satisfying soups offer simple, wholesome solutions to the dinner doldrums.

Known to millions as the anchor of “Fox News Sunday,” Chris Wallace is one of the most popular news show hosts in the country. After a long day on air, Chris would often arrive home hungry and delight at the sight of a big pot of his wife Lorraine’s soup on the burner. Lorraine may not be a professional cook, but you wouldn’t know it from her soups

In fact, her soups were so good that Chris couldn’t help but rave about them on-air. Before long, the show’s fans were begging him to share his wife’s wonderful recipes. Now, in “Mr. Sunday’s Soups,” Lorraine Wallace shares a wide variety of soups that are sure to please the whole family.

Perfect as comfort food at the end of a long day at the office or the studio, these satisfying soups offer simple, wholesome solutions to the dinner doldrums.

“The maple cream finishes this silky soup, making it a succulent first course for a late fall lunch or dinner.”~~ Mr. Sunday’s Soups by Lorraine Wallace

Lorraine Wallace dishes on her new book of favorite soups for husband, Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday.
By Sheila Mulhern

Finding time to bring your family together for a meal these days can frequently seem like a daunting task, especially if your husband is popular news anchor, Chris Wallace of  Fox News Sunday or aka “Mr. Sunday”.  Lorraine Wallace found the solution in preparing a variety of soup dinners for her busy family and now shares her collection of 78 recipes in her new book, “ Mr. Sunday’s Soups “.

Assembled seasonally (hint for winter she includes Tortellini Meatball Soup and Ancho Pork & Hominy Soup) these are sure to satisfy your belly and create comforting memories around the dinner table.

Known to millions as the anchor of “Fox News Sunday,” Chris Wallace is one of the most popular news show hosts in the country. After a long day on air, Chris would often arrive home hungry and delight at the sight of a big pot of his wife Lorraine’s soup on the burner. Lorraine may not be a professional cook, but you wouldn’t know it from her soups

In fact, her soups were so good that Chris couldn’t help but rave about them on-air. Before long, the show’s fans were begging him to share his wife’s wonderful recipes. Now, in “Mr. Sunday’s Soups,” Lorraine Wallace shares a wide variety of soups that are sure to please the whole family.

Perfect as comfort food at the end of a long day at the office or the studio, these satisfying soups offer simple, wholesome solutions to the dinner doldrums.

“The maple cream finishes this silky soup, making it a succulent first course for a late fall lunch or dinner.”~~ Mr. Sunday’s Soups by Lorraine Wallace

Lorraine Wallace dishes on her new book of favorite soups for husband, Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday.
By Sheila Mulhern

Finding time to bring your family together for a meal these days can frequently seem like a daunting task, especially if your husband is popular news anchor, Chris Wallace of  Fox News Sunday or aka “Mr. Sunday”.  Lorraine Wallace found the solution in preparing a variety of soup dinners for her busy family and now shares her collection of 78 recipes in her new book, “ Mr. Sunday’s Soups “.

Assembled seasonally (hint for winter she includes Tortellini Meatball Soup and Ancho Pork & Hominy Soup) these are sure to satisfy your belly and create comforting memories around the dinner table.

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Known to millions as the anchor of “Fox News Sunday,” Chris Wallace is one of the most popular news show hosts in the country. After a long day on air, Chris would often arrive home hungry and delight at the sight of a big pot of his wife Lorraine’s soup on the burner. Lorraine may not be a professional cook, but you wouldn’t know it from her soups

In fact, her soups were so good that Chris couldn’t help but rave about them on-air. Before long, the show’s fans were begging him to share his wife’s wonderful recipes. Now, in “Mr. Sunday’s Soups,” Lorraine Wallace shares a wide variety of soups that are sure to please the whole family.

Perfect as comfort food at the end of a long day at the office or the studio, these satisfying soups offer simple, wholesome solutions to the dinner doldrums.

“The maple cream finishes this silky soup, making it a succulent first course for a late fall lunch or dinner.”~~ Mr. Sunday’s Soups by Lorraine Wallace




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