Sunday, November 22, 2009

Sometimes I get it right.

We all know that Mushy is the chef of the house. He always make scrumptious dinners, and snacks. Every once in a while I will try my hand at something, and make him dinner. Mostly soups. I love to make soup. My "famous" soup is Zucchini. Green and delish. But tonight I tried out a recipe that I want to make for thanksgiving. Butternut squash. I have never eaten the squash, let alone have the soup, so I didn't know what I was getting my self into. I'll give you the run down.


#1: I bought the squash.


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#2: Then you have to peel it. Which is where it gets tricky. They are so hard to peel, it took FOREVER!


#3: I stewed it, and made it super delish.


#4: Scooped it into bowls.



#5: Served it to Mushy. Now if you have eaten my food before, you already know that its a gamble. I'm a little reckless, and you never know when I will add Salt instead of sugar, or boil instead of saute. Some times its good, others...... well you get the point. So I was a little nervous to see what the Mush thought. Which brings us to .....


#6:


He loved it! I love that he loved it, it feels good to be the TOP CHEF tonight.


3 comments:

laura said...

good for you! it looks fabulous. that's some serious pressure cooking for your cook hubby.

Gracewanderer said...

Soooo...

can I get the recipe?

Lindsey said...

I am impressed! Way to go! I too love making soup I have a couple of really good recipes that are SUPER easy if you are interested. They are crock pot recipes so you just throw everything in the crock pot and 4-6 hours later you are good to go! We will have to exchange recipes :)

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