Monday, June 24th

fresh cheese with soup Warm up to this easy roasted soup!

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Makes about 1 liter (serves 3)


2 Tbsp butter

2-3 leaves sage, dried whole or fresh

1/2 of a medium butternut squash or one smaller squash. Cut in half and seeds removed (save for roasting as a snack)

1 apple- crispin, gala, sunrise, braeburn are my favourites. Keep peel ON and cut in half, removing seeds.

1/2 medium onion, peeled

water or vegetable stock- about 3 cups

sea salt to taste


  • Preheat oven to 350F
  • Place halved squash on baking sheet cut-side down alsong with the halved onion and apple halves.
  • Roast for about 45 min or until the squash is soft. For hard-shelled squash you need to test the fleshy side to see if it is soft.
  • Meanwhile, brown the butter in a sauce pan. Once brown, (not burned!), add the sage leaves and let sizzle for a moment before adding a tsp of water to stop the cooking. Remove sage leaves and reserve for garnish. Set aside butter to add to soup in the blender.
  • Take out of the oven and flip the squash to cut side up to cool.
  • Once cool enough to handle, scoop the flesh into the blender with the onion and apple. Add just enough water or stock to blend to desired consistency.
  • Season with sea salt to taste.



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