Recipe Directions

if you would like to serve this in a warm bowl,fill serving bowl with very hot water while preparing soup:)

1.blend everything except garnish in blender.(make sure you like the asafoetida if using for the first time , like me!)

2.top with ‘fall leaves’ cut from spring mix, carrot strips, and tomato peel,using small leaf cutters ,or cut simple leaf shapes with kitchen shears,and a few extra caraway seeds if desired.i think the leaf garnish would look pretty on any creamy soup,pumpkin or squash based for thanksgiving:)

this soup was created to go with Petit Pain- thanks sweetpea!

here is the asafoetida taste to see if you like it,it is very pungent, and a little goes a long way!, or use your favorite spice:)yummy with curry/cumin/cayenne/ginger , etc.

p.s. i actually saw some changing leaves in my travels this weekend!!!!!

Evergreen's Thoughts

thick and creamy soup, dressed up for fall

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hi hollin.elizabeth,...so sorry you didn't like this, thanks for trying it:)

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hi again!..sorry you were so sad.it is nice of you to let me know how this comforted you:)

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Your beloved soup stalker is back. How crazy is this: Tonight I was feeling very down... depressed and I went and stared at this picture on my desktop and it brought back so many fond Fall memories. I actually sat there, stark, meditating on the picture and had inner joy come in abundance. I bought baby cauliflower today at the Farmer's Market and now I have everything I need to make this. I HATE following recipes but for this one, I'm going to -- except use a little fresh onion rather than powder. Big hugs, thank you for your offering and help through soup meditation!

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hi TheRawDance (a.k.a. soup stalker)...thank you for the lovely comment! you are so sweet:)

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Sorry, soup stalker here (again)... I am just so impressed by this I had to come back and save the picture as a background image to my desktop. It's seriously FRAME worthy! For the Love of Raw, soup stalker.

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This is a beatiful bowl of art. I love thick/creamy soups. I generally eat 1 a day. I could stare into this cream-dream all fall!!! You have really outdone yourself. I can't wait to try it. Thank you for your blessed offering.

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Looks beautiful

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I love fall and have leaf cookie cutters I was hoping to find another use for them

time to make out a new grocery list

thanks I will try this

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This reminds me of Halloween, for some reason. It looks gorgeous, can't wait to try!

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Oh, of course!

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thanks for the nice comments,everyone:)...thank you emtpdmom,you are right about the leaves..i edited the recipe and hope it is clearer now:)

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Greenie, I think the "leaves" are cut from the spring mix, carrot strips, etc. But they do look like the real thing, don't they?

Evergreen, you are so creative. I've really enjoyed your posts and recipes. I'm certain this will be among my favorite soups this fall and winter. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us.

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Wow, I am going to add this to my box. Summer will be over sometime and I am sure I will be eating more rood veggies. You are quite the food stylist! Godd job.

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This looks just beautiful. But, are you sure those leaves are not toxic?

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hi ayisha333...curry and fennel sounds great!...i plan on experimenting with some different spices myself:)

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sorry now i see - gatta have it!

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hey ... this looks yummy - how do you think this would work with curry powder and fennel seed. also what are those amazing little bite size yummies hiding in the background?

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