My lovely friend Sandra sent me this absolutely delicious looking recipe to try. I think she might be on to me and my pumpkin obsession. What can I say, I’m loving pumpkin in everything these days… and with our Canadian Thanksgiving around the corner – there’s all the more reason to bake it
into all of our festive treats.
Today, we drove out to the pumpkin patch.
All those glorious pumpkins piled high for the picking and some still growing -
lining the fields as bright happy spheres of goodness!
Little A. was let loose in the pumpkin patch and was one curious mister.
I was glad to show him where they grew and how it gets from the farm,
to our cooking, to his tummy
He loves pumpkin too!
I say: A little pumpkin,
for my darling pumpkin
and he giggles.
The ingredients in this soup are so healthy and the combination sounds divine. We’ll be giving this
recipe a go tomorrow, along with another one that I’ve been working on. Our home is going to be filled with the scents of Fall and the warm aroma of hearty soup!
Thank you Sandra for sharing this recipe and your photographs!
I hear you also hold the secret to a pumpkin salad with mint, white beans and green onions?
Waiting for that one…
Hope everyone is having a beautiful week!
What’s cooking in your kitchen?
Gluten Free Austrian Pumpkin Soup
1 small pumpkin
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