I combined a couple of recipes and came up with a soup that is so delicious…But first I must say I was completely inspired to make this soup after reading about the adventures of little Lulu on a perfect Autumn day in New England. I can’t wait for this book to come out! I must admit that not only was I inspired, but a little jealous…Lulu is just darling and seems to have quite a sophisticated palate. And I’m pretty sure when she asks for more soup she says, “plus de la soupe, s’il vous plaît.” It took a while for my children to love food the way Lulu does.
|At this point the soup has been cooking for 45 minutes and it is ready to be blended.|
|I served it as suggested by La Tartine Gourmande and garnished it with fresh parsley, goat cheese crumbled and a drizzle of white truffle oil over the top. We also stirred in about a tablespoon of Crème fraîche in each bowl and shared a braeburn apple, cheddar cheese and a glass of white table wine. Enjoy!|