Back in June I planted some seeds in the garden. A few weeks later I had some shoots. A few weeks after that this enormous vine outgrew its trellis and moved into the bushes. I picked some amazing butternut squashes from said vine. Produce doesn’t get much more local or seasonal than that!
Butternut squash is great. One can do a lot with it and it’s a perfect food to transition from the heat of summer to the winds of fall.
One of my favorite things to do with butternut squash is make soup. Making soup is just as nourishing as eating soup. Here’s the recipe. It’s perfect for a light dinner or an after yoga class snack. It also travels well in a thermos. (If you come to my Wed 5:45 class at Studio Vibe next week, that’s likely to be what’s in my thermos! I’m happy to share.)
1 Butternut Squash – medium to large
1 Shallot or onion – diced
1 – 2 cloves minced garlic
2 Vegetable Bullion Cubes (I like Rapunzel Brand)
or 32 oz Chicken or Vegetable Broth
1tsp each, Allspice, Cinnamon, Cardamon (more if desired)
Dash of ginger
Lite Coconut Milk to taste (1/4 – 1/2 cup)
Yummm!!!!! Doesn’t it sound like a warm and loving hug for your insides? Want more great tips to make this fall one of nourishment and grace? Join me for a FREE Live Call Thursday, September 20th from 7 – 8pm. And if you can’t make the call live, don’t worry, be sure to register and I’ll send you a special link with access to the recording. I’d also love it if you’d help me out and tell your friends!
Other opportunities for Autumn nourishment include a balancing Empower Practice on Saturday, October 5th, and the start of the next Bringing You to Balance: Daily and Seasonal Rhythms to Harmonize Your Life Course on October 1st. If you’re looking to shift from feeling dull, depressed, stuck in a rut, overworked or disconnected to finding more vibrant energy and a deeper connection to Nature and your Spirit in any season, Apply Now to see if you’re a good fit for the course and we’ll chat.
Yours in Soul-filled Soup,
I just love a good soup. This one sounds great.
Try this if you feel like it: half the squash, scoop out the seeds, roast cut side down with the garlic and possibly the onions (tossed in coco oil) inside the squash halves…yumm!
ps hope you are well!!!
Yumm!!!! Will give it a try!
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