Thursday, January 21, 2010

obsession...

I find that I tend to go through obsessive little phases with the things I cook or bake, making the same thing over and over again when I find a great recipe, until we just can't take it anymore. This fall and winter I've been a little (a lot!) fixated on this Coconut Curry Butternut Squash Soup, a recipe which I stumbled across by accident one day. I tend more towards the savory camp when it comes to butternut soups, so this recipe is just heaven in my book.
Do you have any favorite recipes from these winter months?

9 comments:

moonberry said...

looking forward to trying out this recipe. thanks for sharing! :)

Kara said...

We've been on a soup kick around here too. It's just the right measure of comfort and warmth, especially when you are fighting a cold (which we seem to have been doing since December!). My current obsession is making Pasta Fagioli soup. It's a great way to get lots of veggies into both Eleanora and Ben! Can't wait to try your squash soup - sounds delicious!

Mrs Bic said...

Betsy, it was so fun to see your name on my blog. Thanks for the congrats.

Your work is SO beautiful and fun to look at! I hope you are doing well!

The Art Cupboard said...

yummmm cozy :) keep cooking :)

HM Baker said...

Mmmmm... that looks so yummy. I am dying to introduce you to my favorite soup from a Portland delicatessen called "Elephant's." It is divine and makes you wish every day was cold and rainy... soup weather. (I am also thrilled to see the napkin made it in the pic.) xoxo

KateHughes said...

When will you make me some?

dana in dublin said...

Betsy-

This soup looks good. I know what you mean when you say you get stuck on a certain recipe for a while-me too. This winter I have been stuck on a traditional food over here called "Bangers and Mash." I just can't get enough. Here is the recipe if you want to try something new

http://the-travelers-table.blogspot.com/2009/11/irish-bangers-mash.html

Happy cooking!

MariLo said...

I made it yesterday and you are right: it is delectable! Thanks for the recipe and making me discover "not eating out in NY" which is a great survival guide in NY.. Makes me feel less alone ;)

B Dunlap said...

MariLo- So glad you made it and liked it! I just made it again this week. xo