Butternut and Acorn Squash Soup

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  • Nanda Melonio 6y

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  • Edda Onorato 6y

    A generous table, I like the colors!
  • efLâHatun 6y

    Nice light.

  • mwhammer 6y

    the busyness of this is interesting - i love the lady-like formality of the bowl set-ups, but they seem to be in contrast to the homey-ness of the pot and ingredients. what do you think? your whites are always so crisp - this is no exception!

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  • Helene 6y

    Yes, that is precisely the effect I was trying to achieve!
    In France we have a saying that goes "Mettre les petits plats dans les grands", which means to take a casual meal and celebrate the moment by making it a bit more formal.
    The idea was to "celebrate" a casual moment around soup that we made more special with the place settings, accompaniements, etc..
  • Peter G 6y

    Helen I adore the whole set up...It's funny, when I cook for myself, no matter how casual the meal is I always try to make it a little formal...every meal should be special!
  • * sharon - sparkles * 6y

    You are my hero. I have two tiny butternut squashes and I've been meaning to make soup. I'm going to check out your site right this minute. Merci! :)
  • micha richter 6y

    beautiful setting-it's like a painting and the light is just sweet.......
  • Domenico 6y

    This charming photo has been seen in aeiou/[ not a single rule! ]
  • trinidad9 6y

    very nice !
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