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January 18, 2022


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Debra Eliotseats

Love the color of that soup and I need to find a Honeynut squash. I agree with you about trying to use an ebook cookbook. I'm not a fan of that either. I need a hardcopy in the kitchen.


I agree, my Kindle is so much easier on my eyes. Though I do have eye surgery coming up, which will hopefully improve things. Your soup looks lovely and sounds amazing. Lately I haven't been able to get beets with the greens attached, which generally causes me to just avoid them.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Debra. I hope you can find a Honeynut squash to try. It's become one of my favorite squashes. I tend to be messy in the kitchen so I cannot have items that may be irreparably ruined :)

I hope the surgery goes well, Claudia. I am with you regarding beets and their greens. That applies also to other root vegetables, like salad turnips, which are favorites of mine :)

Deb in Hawaii

A beautiful color on that soup! I'm not sure I have ever tried honeynut squash.
Thanks for sharing it with Souper Sundays this week too! ;-)

Simona Carini

I hope you find some honeynut squash to try, Deb: it's quite nice. And you're welcome :)

Wendy Klik

That soup looks amazing. My husband loves beet soup and I love squash soup so we can both be happy.

Delaware Girl Eats

I guess I have to concur that I expected more of a "book" than a collection of recipes but it was interesting to fly through them. Farmers market fare always inspires me and this certainly does

Simona Carini

Thank you, Wendy. You can clearly taste both beets and squash in the soup so I think you'd both be happy with it :)

Going to the farmers market is indeed always exciting and inspiring, Cathy :)

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz

I've never tried squash or beets in soup, but it sounds delish and it looks beautiful.

Simona Carini

I recommend doing both, Deb. Using different types of winter squash gives you slightly different soups, which is fun :)

Tanvir Ahmed

Love this color, looks like tomato sauce. And thanks for sharing this recipe.

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