Fall’s Favorite Food
Fall has displayed some of the most spectacular color in years. The change in temperatures brings about cravings for the season’s favorite foods.
When our daughter came home from college with a request for butternut squash soup with apples, I happily oblige.
I posted some pictures over on Facebook and got lots of requests for the recipe. This yummy taste of Fall is super easy to make.
Butternut Squash Soup With Apples
This block patterned fabric from Carole Fabrics reminds me of the chunks of squash, apples and onions. It is Imagery pattern in color Russet.
The vegetables were tender and all mixed together with the spices when we returned from the mall. Another perk of this soup is it makes the house smell warm and spicy, the way home should be.
This paisley fabric from Carole Fabrics, pattern Murcia in color Spice, is a warm pattern where the colors meld into one another like a watercolor (and like our soup).
A quick whir of the immersion blender, one of those underrated kitchen appliances, blends all of the Fall flavors together. The soup is rich and thick without adding any cream. Anytime I can make the healthier version of a recipe I’m all for it.
Fabric Denia in color Chili is a blended weave of warm orange tones. This fabric is good for commercial applications since it meets fire code. Fabric is from Carole Fabrics.
Butternut Squash Soup
This recipe is a mash-up of several I had cut out, saved or pinned on Pinterest. I am a cook by taste not by science. If it works I add it. If I’m out of an ingredient I improvise. I’m the make it up as you go along type of girl.
Go ahead and give this soup a try and vary it to your liking. Like home decor, make it yours. I can’t wait to read your comments and see your results.
What’s cooking at your house today?
When you make this soup, because I know you will, would you please post a picture in the comments?
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