Thursday, October 22, 2015

Soup Weather

Seattle Japanese Garden

It's full on fall here and I love it! We had an especially hot summer, so the cool, crisp days are a welcome change. Quite honestly I could eat soup all year, even on the hottest days, but there is something comforting about soup simmering on the stove filling the air with the bounty of the harvest. 

Beautiful Savoy Cabbage

In searching for a recipe with bok choy and sweet potatoes I found this Chinese Nine Vegetable Hot and Sour Soup. Not something I would normally make, but so, so tasty! I had never cooked with savoy cabbage before and I thought it was really lovely when I cut into it. 

Adding the bok choy
The recipe filled my Dutch oven. 


Making enough for several meals at home and some to give away. 


As you could imagine prepping nine vegetable is pretty time consuming, but well worth it for a giant pot of simmering, savory soup!

Just some of my over used prep gadgets
Do you have any favorite, overused kitchen gadgets?



A colorful soup to enjoy on these colorful autumn days. 

Sunset from my front yard

My hope it that you, too, are taking time to enjoy autumn and the harvest.



Linda <><





4 comments:

  1. So glad to have you back in our midst again, Linda. So sorry about your loss. The soup looks lovely. I, too, love soup any time and all the time.It's Fall in the north east too.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I hope to experience autumn in the Northeast someday soon!

      Delete
  2. Glad to see you back!The soup looks delicious!

    ReplyDelete