I closed my eyes for a moment and took a deep breath.
And another... And one more...
The air smelled of a fallen leaves blended with intoxicating aroma of cedar trees with a touch of the morning frost... It was a perfect start of the day.
By lunch time I was definitely in a fall mode and made myself a quick creamy potato-leek-squash soup.
I had 1 cup of Russet potatoes, cubed, 1/2 cup of butternut squash, cubed, 1/2 cup of sliced leek.
I started with adding leek to a teaspoon of hot oil, gave it a quick stir and added squash. Another quick stir. Then potatoes and 2 cups of water (or vegetable stock) went in the same pot. I simmered it for 15 minutes (until potatoes and squash were done), then transferred all to a blender with 2 tablespoons of heavy cream.
|Served with micro greens|
As I indulge myself with a spoon of warm soup I paused for a few seconds to enjoy the moment...
Until next time,
Cowboy Country Vegetarian
Not only is the recipe amazing and the photos are stunning, but this post was pure poetry! Really beautiful. Thank you!ReplyDelete
I loved your description of the fall air....
Thank you Ann. I was surprised myself. It was a moment of a little achievement that keeps me moving. Thanks for your support!ReplyDelete