I made this fabulous soup last night with stuff from the garden and our local farm. Perfect for Indian Summer, and it was great to partake in the local produce of the season, especially after gorging on so much cheese and patisseries in France.
Props to Kaela at localkitchenblog.com! What a beautiful site. I’ll be visiting again soon…
From a wonderful trip to San Francisco & wine country for the happiest of reasons, my friend Melissa’s 50th birthday, to an unexpected and bittersweet trip to Boston for the saddest of reasons, August has sped by in a whirlwind of trains, planes and automobiles, good times with old friends and new, many laughs and not a few tears.
I’m well behind on the season’s preserving, but in between trips I did manage to whip up this fabulous light, summery soup, saving a big pile of CSA vegetables from the compost pile and freezing just a bit of summer’s abundance for the winter ahead. I highly recommend you do the same. If you need me, you can find me outside in the sunshine, savoring the last few days of August in New York. Happy Sunday, all.
- 5 small (or 4 large) ears corn…
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