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Soup

11 comments:

  1. I tried your Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with enough thyme leaves and it really matched my taste for soup! I usually fail in putting the right amount of thyme before, and this is the first time I did it right. I love squash soup. Thanks for the recipe!

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    1. hi Jean! I'm glad you liked the soup!

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    2. By the way, would it taste weird if I add a very little hint of spice? If it's okay, how? Would I just add more pepper or would it be better if I put another kind, like paprika, etc...
      Thanks!

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    3. Maybe adding less than a teaspoon of paprika or something spicy? It's definitely worth a try. I don't think adding more pepper would change it. I was thinking about adding curry and coconut milk next time to get an Asian inspired version. Please let me know how your turns out!

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    4. Yes, do try that! I've cooked coco milk and curry based dishes before, and they always taste good.

      I've tried to put paprika but I must've added too much. Not bad, really. Next time I'll be more cautious in estimating the spices I use. Thanks! I'm gonna try your seafood next.

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    5. Sorry the paprika didn't work out. I'm going to experiment the new coconut/curry version in a couple days and will share my result.

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  2. The catering service from my cousin's wedding served something like your Currant, raspberry, strawberry crumble. I think I wanna try that at home. Thanks!

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    1. Maddison, I hope you like it! I substitute different fruits for the crumble depending on what's available at the time.

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  3. All of those are a must try recipe! Now I can have a daily meal plan for the whole week. Thanks!

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  4. Do you recommend any snack that I can easily prepare in our caravan during long road trips? Preferably those dish that doesn't spoil easily?

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  5. Where would I get the orange cranberry scone recipe?

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