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Your new go-to winter squash soup…

Your new go-to winter squash soup…

In 1997, Sunset Magazine ran an article on winter squash complete with a few recipes. I followed the recipe to the letter because of its unusual process. It was wonderfully easy and fun! The onion and garlic gets roasted in their skins, then peeled. No tears. The Sunset article makes the point of the probable… Continue Reading

Roasted Pumpkin Soup

Roasted Pumpkin Soup

Always looking for new ways to prepare pumpkin and winter squash, I’m game for almost anything. This roasted pumpkin soup recipe from Moro East looked on the surface to be much like other pumpkin soups I’ve made except for the condiments that get added at serving time. This cookbook is so exceptional I decided to… Continue Reading

Chilled Elderberry Soup

Chilled Elderberry Soup

Since discovering the wisdom of consuming elderberry shots and elderberry tea to strengthen our immune systems, we are finding wild elderberries in places unnoticed –under our noses but unnoticed until now. Having this sort of bounty allows us to experiment a wee bit, looking for new ways to consume more elderberries. That’s how I came… Continue Reading

Columbian Potato Soup (Ajiaco)

Columbian Potato Soup (Ajiaco)

I’m always on the lookout for extraordinary ways to enjoy ordinary food items. What is more ordinary than a potato? This adaptation of a soup from Colombia will totally change your image of what you know as potato soup. Ajiaco is a thin soup, verging on clear. The flavor comes from the broth and from… Continue Reading