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November 02, 2007

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rachel

It looks super yummy.

Lydia

Love soups like this, and except for the pumpkin/squash, I always have the rest of the ingredients on hand. The sage in my herb garden is begging to be used this weekend, so I'll give this soup a try.

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Love pumpkin soup my last one was bland so I am especially looking forward to trying yours...di

Inne

That soup looks delicious, Laura. I don't often use pumpkin/squash, but I might give it a go. And I love love love your photograph! Beautiful flask, and with the mittens you totally captured the essence of a chilly autumn day.

jen

Mmmmmm - looks lovely and warming :-) And I think you're right - that's a red onion squash.

Sarah

Hi Laura, I've gone through two large pumpkins since they showed up at the market a few weeks ago... Pumpkin puree is great as a side to a meal as is pumpkin risotto with sage. I used chicken stock for the risotto, but veg stock would be lovely too. For the puree, I roasted the pumpkin in the oven with olive oil, garlic & chilli in wedges for about 45 minutes. Then scoop the flesh away from the skin, pulp the garlic and mask it all up. It's fantastic with a steak (sorry)!!! I also made roasted pumpkin soup, same idea as yours.

Laura

I'll forgive you the steak reference Sarah but only because everything else sounds so good!

Jen

Only last night I made a squash risotto, real comfort food. Soup sounds delish adn I'm not a fan of soup generally. Maybe you can deliver some to my house and convert me??

Maryann@FindingLaDolceVita

I love the word "pumpkin" :)

Kieran

What a stunning photo! I love pumpkin in all its forms...

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