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August 15, 2010


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These potatoes do add an appetizing hue to the soup. I have not seen them around and about, but you never know....


Simply delicious


Look at those marvelous potatoes! I love those, and the color they give to the soup. And a topping of your own special cheese! Beautiful. Thanks so much for adding color and flavor to the JC birthday celebration (my post went up just now).


The color is beautiful. I'm hungry right now. *sigh*


Simona Carini

Ciao Val. I hope you find them, as they are really nice, besides being good.

Thanks, Akheela.

Ciao Lisa. They are really good looking and make a soup of an unexpected color. You are welcome: it's always a pleasure to participate.

Ciao Paz. I wish I could send a bowl to you ;)


Tasty looking soup, Simona. I missed the farmers market on Saturday, so I missed those beautiful potatoes!

Simona Carini

Thanks, Christine. I hope there will be more in the coming weeks. I would like to get more.


I love leek and potato soup, but during the summer I prefer the cold version of it! The potatoes look very interesting, never seen them before. I also found leeks in the farmers market this week!


Hey I have never seen such colored potato before.You soup has also some new ingredients and I will surely try it in my free time.This soup's flavor seems tasty.

Simona Carini

Hi Jo. I can imagine going with the cold version when the weather's hot. We have cool evenings here, so warm soups are welcome.

I also had not seen up close and personal pink-fleshed potatoes. I hope other people find them too.

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I was wondering, can you use regular potatoes on this or does it need to beed red potatoes?.. it looks very delicious, my kids are very picky and if they see red potatoes they wont eat it lol..

Simona Carini

The original recipe uses "baking" potatoes: you don't need red potatoes.

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