Buttercup Pumpkin Soup

Buttercup Soup

Breathe in love, light, enthusiasmexhale what ever you do not need. Pumpkin soup is delicious it is beautiful to look at and has a thick creamy consistency. It’s a “stick -to-your-bones” sort of soup.

What is your intention today? What do you want for yourself, for the world? It is good to think about things like this. Figure out exactly how you can let your light shine, here, in the present, today. When you let your light shine you radiate  loving energy for all the world to feel. We may watch the news and start to feel negative about the state of our society…”what can I do” you might ask yourself… What you can do instantly, to make change happen, is to let your light shine! By keeping yourself healthy and strong you will influence those around you to do the same and the flow of good things will radiate out and ripple across the planet. One person at a time. You CAN change the world.

Right now! Begin it with a breath!

Ingredients:               

  • 1 small pie pumpkin, if it is organic you can leave the skin on.
  • 1 buttercup squash also called Japanese pumpkin ready it for roasting; cut into slices and place in a lightly oiled (olive) glass cooking dish. Bake on 400′ until the flesh is soft. Can be easily pierced by a fork.
  • 1 yellow onion
  • 1 large leek
  • 2 (+) cloves of garlic
  • 1 T  dried curry
  • heavy cream (optional)
  • salt & pepper to taste
  • fresh thyme chopped about 1 T
  • fresh parsley for garnish
  • 2 bay leaves

Instructions:

Stir in your loving intentions stir in your music, your laughter, your healing touch. Sauté onions, garlic, leeks, curry in olive oil. Add the pumpkin. Remove from heat for a moment while you cut up the roasted buttercup squash. Remove the skin and chop it up for the pot. Cover it all with cold water, bring to a boil, add bay leaves, salt and pepper, then let simmer.

When the vegetables are soft, puree. Add cream for a more decadent dish.

Remember to breathe…mangia bene

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