Saturday, October 14, 2017

JOSH’S LAZY ROASTED GARLIC & POTATO SOUP....



I love soups.
Any kind.
Hot or cold.

So when fall comes around I am always on the hunt to try some new ones.

While shopping on the Beckman 1802 website I came across this Roasted Garlic and Potato Soup recipe and had to try it!

My table is set for just the two of us - no need to share this soup as it was so tasty!!


I served warm rolls with this hearty soup...


...and we ate in the dining room.


I set the table with matching blue checked bowls...


...and a bread plate, all purchased many, many years ago at the Christmas Tree Shoppe 

These would actually be a nice compliment the new, Limited Edition Taylor FETE bowl:


This Fete Bowl is handmade and hand painted in Aurora, NY and will be signed by Rebecca Proctor, Creative Director at MacKenzie-Childs.


I served the soup with this large silver spoon that Mom passed down to me!


I anchored the soup bowls with my 38 year old Corelle luncheon plates and MacKenzie-Childs enamel dinner plates, and placed the serving bowl on top of my Courtly Checked compote....


and I used Pottery Barn flatware.


My hand painted candlesticks held battery operated candlesticks from Ikea.

I followed the recipe from their website, Beckman1802.com...


...and only the only thing I would add is some more spicy seasonings...


...pureed it in my blender and added a few cups of stock...


..and heated it quickly on the stove....


...and I must say, it was delish - very garlicky and creamy!
And I served it with garlic dinner rolls:




I highly recommend this recipe and it can be found HERE

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10 comments:

  1. Looks delicious, Patti. I thought the bowls were MKC, great complement to the bowl, you're right. I love those Corelle dishes - such work horses, and light to handle.

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  2. Wow, I love the Fete Bowl!!! Love the colors. Your table is gorgeous! And I think we'd love this recipe so thanks so much for the link! Enjoy your Sunday!

    xo,
    RJ

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  3. The soup sounds divine Patti, and your table is gorgeous! Did you paint the candlesticks, they are fabulous!!
    Jenna

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  4. Oh! That sounds just delicious, Patti. I love the bowls and the whole table setting is just so very pretty. I have been on a soup kick, too, I made a big batch of corn and bacon chowder last night and just finished the last bowl of it watching the Packer game here. xo Diana

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  5. I love new soup recipes! Thanks for sharing! Your table is beautiful.

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  6. Love all of your cute dishes! And I am a SOUP lover! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  7. I'm sure that soup is delicious Patti! I would love a bowl, thank you and especially the way you've served it up. Love the table and those gorgeous bowls........

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  8. The soup looks delicious, Patti, and looks so special served on your McKenzie dishes.... Christine

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  9. Your dishes are just gorgeous and the soup looks great. The temps dipped a bit here tonight...it would be perfect.

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