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October 31, 2008


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Devo assolutamente provare la butternut, di solito prendo sempre la Hokkaido. Purtroppo non sono riuscita a portarmente via molte dall'esposizione ... il problema è che pesano!
Grazie per la citazione.
Un abbraccio


I would love this Simona :)


Lovely soup for cold weather.


Lori Lynn @ Taste With The Eyes

Eat this soup or jump off this window. I love it!

Like the sunflower seed garnish, a lot.


adoro sia la zucca che i porri, e il mio piatto preferito per cena, soprattutto d'inverno, sono le minestre e le zuppe. Non mi resta che provare la tua ricetta quindi :-P


Ti capisco, Alex. Anche io quando vado al mercato devo contenermi per via del peso.

Thanks, Maryann.

Indeed, nothing beats a warm soup on a cold day, Paz.

Thanks, Lori Lynn.

Ciao Francesca. Presumo che a Toronto ti sia facile trovare le zucche. Pero' devi arrivare ad un accordo co tuo forno. ;)


I love that saying about eat the soup or jump out of the window! That's great. And it was nice to hear you saying it.

Your soup sounds delish and I must try mixing the squash in with potatoes and leeks sometime. I also love winter squashes. This week I plan to make pumpkin or butternut squash Thai-style, with green curry paste.


Pumpkin or butternut squash Thai-style sounds good to me: I am looking forward to reading your post on it, Lisa.

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