Books

Twenty-Dollar, Twenty-Minute Meals
Cake Magic!: Mix & Match Your Way to 100 Amazing Combinations
Catalan Food: Culture and Flavors from the Mediterranean
Charlie the Cook
The Caring Bridge Project
Lasting Love
Soup Club Cookbook
Little Bakers 1-2-3-4 Cake
Cookie Truck

About

Caroline Wright

Caroline Wright is a bon vivant in the truest sense: her stories and recipes revolve around living every moment fully, with love, optimism and good food. Rooted in community, her work and life are creatively intertwined, lending an intimacy to her voice. Caroline shares her experience – from cooking to cancer – as a trusted guide, helping to encourage and uncover the connection that comes from living each moment with joy and gratitude.

Her recipes and articles appear regularly online and in national lifestyle publications, including Bon Appétit, Food and Wine, Food Network, Every Day with Rachael Ray, The Kitchn and Food52. Wright is the author of four cookbooks that range from cakes to Catalan cuisine, though her passion for community and storytelling is woven throughout each book. Her terminal brain cancer diagnosis in 2017 shifted her focus from career to health and family and began authoring children’s books for her two sons. She lives in Seattle, Washington, where she is lovingly known as the soup lady.


Caroline’s recipes are an offering to her belief in living well: simple, delicious food that serves health and flavor in abundance, and tastes best when shared with loved ones.

Caroline Wright

Read


After I was Given A Year to Live, I Wrote This Book for My Sons and Fought Brain Cancer with Love

People
August 20, 2019

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Explaining My Terminal Illness to My Young Children

Medium.com
July 22, 2019

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Lessons from the Soup Queen of Seattle

Food and Wine
September 24, 2020

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The Soup Queen of Seattle on Beans, the Pandemic and Feeding Her Community

The Kitchn
October 3, 2020

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After I Survived Cancer, I Celebrated with Birthday Cake

Food52
July 31, 2018

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When I Thought I Had A Year to Live, I Asked for Soup

Bon Appétit
October 13, 2020

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Watch

Listen


Think, Act, Be Podcast “Finding Love and Joy No Matter What”

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Seattle Kitchen Hot Stove Radio

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KIRO Radio News with Rachel Belle

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Committed with Jo Piazza “First Last Words”

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Grief Out Loud Podcast, Episode 124

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The Compass Podcast: Episode 41

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Connect


Join Caroline’s Community

On the very day she was told she had brain cancer, Caroline made a promise to herself and her family that she wouldn’t spend a moment of her life ahead looking down into her phone, but instead out into the world. She is a firm believer in connection and community, however, so writes a unique monthly newsletter as a conversation among friends.


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Literary Agent:
Allison Hellegers /
Stimola Literary Studio

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