Warm up with some hearty fall soup! This bright soup has a prominent autumn flavor from the squash, nutmeg, and cinnamon, but also has a bit of smoke from the bacon. The vinegar helps cuts the sweetness by introducing a little sour. Overall, absolutely perfect for a blustery day as the seasons change.
We used wild mushroom and sage olive oil and pumpkin spice white vinegar from our friends at Coteau des Prairies Olive Oil Co.
I tried out one of those home delivery meal things- where they send you the ingredients all prepped and the recipe and you put your meal together. One of the meals was a bow tie arugula pesto salad. My daughter, who is 8 years old, saw it and wanted to taste. Who am I to say no? She loved it! A few days later, while trying to figure out what to do with my little girl, she asked if we could go to the store and get the ingredients to make “that” salad. Well, instead of getting the exact ingredients, we talked about what she liked about the salad and ended up creating our own. This is what we came up with and it actually to out to be a warm dish the first day and a cold salad the next day. Let me know if you try it and if you make your own variations.
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