Cooking in Autumn

I’ve had a cold for the past few days, and I find that a hearty soup always makes you feel better, especially in autumn. Yesterday, André cooked my favourite minestrone with chicken (recipe in German), but I think I’ll try some of the soups from this AskMe thread on soup recipes or a pumpkin soup like Daniel made.

I’d also really like to try to make some spicy Asian soup with ginger – I’m sure it would clear my sinuses right up! If you’ve got a recipe, drop me a line in the comments or via e-mail!

Als Nachtisch könnte man dann umgedrehten Kürbiskuchen mit Pecannüssen und Cranberries essen. Gerade vor ein paar Tagen habe ich in der Obstabteilung unseres Supermarktes frische Cranberries gesehen und überlegt, was man damit wohl anfangen könnte – da kommt dieses Rezept mir gerade recht!

2 thoughts on “Cooking in Autumn

  1. Daniel

    Sachiko says: Start with some chicken broth, but have it more on the thin side. Add some soy sauce and a little bit of pepper (too much wouldn’t be good for a sore throat). For the ingredients: some pieces of chicken, if you like, and thin-cut leek (Porree). Finally, add grinded ginger. Before serving add some drops of sesame oil.
    Get better, Daniel

  2. Andrea Post author

    Hi Sachiko and Daniel! Sounds great, I’ll try that on Friday after going shopping. My cold is much better, btw, but if it really snows here on Thursday (the weatherforecast says so), hot and spicy soup will be very welcome anyway. :-)

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