Who wouldn’t love a recipe for super easy Squash Soup, anywhere, anytime? With a half a foot of freshly fallen snow, we’re enjoying a typical white January in New England. Which means today, on our little homestead, in New England, is the perfect time and place to enjoy National Soup Month to its full potential.
Early in the morning, I had laid out, from the freezer, a bag of diced yellow squash from last summer’s bounty.
It was a good day, graced with great beauty around our little red cape, tucked away in the woods where the lake spills into the river. School work–from chemistry to quilting–was done by the fire. And as evening settled in, and we closed up the duck house and coop, fed our scraps to a jubilant bunny, and, in 30 minutes flat, we were enjoying super easy Squash Soup.
Be sure to enjoy lots of yummy soups before January–National Soup Month–simmers down. What’s your favorite soup?
You care for the land and water it; you enrich it abundantly. The streams of God are filled with water to provide the people with grain, for so you have ordained it. Psalm 65:9
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