When the weather turns chilly, something warm and savory is called for, right? That's why I scoop my fall pumpkins off the porch (or heck, just open that can), and into the sauce pan...with a few essential ingredients, of course.
The gorgeous orange color of this soup calls for an equally vibrant piece of servingware. I'm pretty partial to our beautiful handcrafted Mexican Talavera pottery from our Amapola Collection.
RUSTICA SAVORY SOUP RECIPE
Saute onion and minced garlic in butter until onion in soft, using a large sauce pan or soup pot. Add in curry, cumin, coriander and red pepper, stir for about one minute. Assemble remaining ingredients (except for Crema and bread) and blend in pot. If you prefer silky smooth soup, run mixture in batches through a food processor. If you like a bit of texture, leave as is. Let soup heat through, and leave on slow simmer for about 30 minutes.
When done, remove from heat, put in serving bowls and top off with dollop of Crema and chopped parsley. Serve with crusty bread and a crisp green salad.
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“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” – Virginia Woolf.
While there is no end to the personality of a well-heeled table, there is something to be said for the elegant simplicity of the under-stated table.
New Year Reflections: Loved Ones Around the Table
Take this day, this month and the new year to reflect with gratitude on the blessings small and large which have come your way. For so many that are in loss, may peace be upon you as you move forward with memories and love. Some of our loved ones get to be around our table this year, and some reside in our hearts.
Fall is approaching. There's a tinge in the morning air and the leaves will be arrayed in vibrant color soon. All of this seasonal change calls for delicious comfort food and equally delectable artisan handcrafted dinnerware.