This looks super good … I would probably use a fresh pumpkin (cuz they are so fresh right now. 😀
Soup is usually an after-thought for me. I love soup but I don’t always remember how much I love it until I’m eating it. When I’m eating it, it’s usually because I’m sick or my Aunt Susie in Seattle made a batch of her creamy kale soup.
While I happily slurp spoonful after spoonful of the warm, cozy, liquid meal, I think to myself, “I need to make soup more often.”
It’s a good thought.
It’s a good thought until I’m in my kitchen and I don’t know where to begin. I’m an expert at slow-cooker braised beef dishes, chili, and anything baked, broiled, or fried. So when I’m staring at my pantry and refrigerator, debating on what to cook, I default on my expertise. Soup is out the window before it really had a fighting chance.
Today I’m making a dedicated post to soup. And bacon.
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