Brown Sugar Pumpkin Soup by An Edible Mosaic
This satisfying soup was inspired by something I love to order out. The original version is super thick and incredibly flavorful. It’s quite sweet, but savory onion and a hint of tartness provide balance. It’s very rich, with a deep buttery flavor. I love that soup, but every time I enjoy it I can’t help but wonder what exactly is in it, knowing full well that I don’t really want to know. My homemade version isn’t as sweet or buttery, but I found that it doesn’t need a ton of added butter and sugar to be delicious.
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ABOUT FAITH: Faith Gorsky is the writer, recipe developer, photographer, and food stylist behind the blog www.AnEdibleMosaic.com. She lives in Upstate New York and loves to travel, especially to places steeped in rich culture and history. Her favorite thing to do is go into the kitchen hungry, open the fridge, and start creating; she also enjoys reading (cookbooks mostly), vintage shopping (especially in old markets), watching movies (of all genres), and is enamored with ancient cultures (especially Rome and Egypt). Her first cookbook, An Edible Mosaic: Middle Eastern Fare with Extraordinary Flair (Tuttle Publishing), which is a collection of authentic Middle Eastern recipes handed down to her from her husband’s family, was released in November 2012.
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