it’s soup season | cauliflower soup

  1. Deanna says:

    Love the casual outfit. The tulips are a beautiful color and the soup sounds delicious. Definitely going to try this recipe! And of course, love to see Oscar. Have a great weekend!

  2. Julie Mycock says:

    Hi Beth, love the nice comfy outfit, as for the cauliflower soup I only have it if we go out for a meal and its on the menu as hubby doesn’t like cauliflower unfortunately but it looks delicious. I will have to try the cocktail, I love a Negroni.
    Wishing you all a lovely weekend too xoxo Julie

  3. Arna says:

    Will definitely try this soup. Sounds delicious!
    My husband picked up a few bunches of tulips when he went food shopping yesterday. Even though we are still snow covered, feels a bit springy here inside the house.
    My pups wish you and Oscar a wonderful weekend!

  4. Judy Bell says:

    Cute, casual outfit! The soup looks yummy. When do you add the leeks?

  5. Carolyn says:

    Oscar is the best boy!
    Love your Friday posts. You look great in that blue top.

  6. Francesca B. says:

    You look beautiful Beth, love that blue on you and darling Oscar who always makes me smile! Thank you for the sunshine:) I am going to make that soup. I like roasted my cauliflower too when i make cauliflower soup for added flavor. Check out All Creatures Great and Small on PBS, animal lovers delight!

  7. Sangita M says:

    The recipie sounds fabulous. It’ll be a perfect rainy weekend here in the northeast for soup. I make a similar one but with broccoli and potatos. Can’twait to try yours!!! Hope you, Oscar and the gang have a wonderful weekend!

  8. Linda Tylians says:

    Hi Beth, I look forward to your posts every week, especially the Friday posts. SO nice to hear you have great weather while we still enjoy our snow. I was wondering where you got the woven basket for rolls? I am going to make that soup this weekend and would like to serve my homemade rolls in a basket like that one. Keep up the fabulous blog – you are the best!

  9. Lindsey A says:

    I love the bee glassware! I use a couple from that range on my dressing-table/desk – one of the stemless champagne flutes as a small vase (flowers where you see them first thing on a morning is one of my favorite things – hence why I always have flowers in the bathroom too – see them last thing at night and first thing in the morning) , and one of the stemless wineglasses for all my BuJo pens. They bring a smile to my face every time I sit down there. And what’s better than those small moments of pleasure?

  10. Andrea says:

    Either you or I are psychic, or great minds think alike.

    Just got back from Sephora to pick up some Briogeo Don’t Dispair Repair conditioner to try. I recently, out of desperation with the psoriasis outbreak on my scalp, tried the Briogeo Scalp Revival charcoal and coconut oil exfoliating shampoo. Magic – seriously magic. Immediate results. Two uses and no more itching, no more scalp full of sores! It is very expensive so will save for future outbreaks.

    Back to the psychic conversation, while stopping to pick up salad things, there they were in all their glory – tulips. Glorious bunches of heart skipping delights. My orchids usually provide me with fall to spring blooms, but come spring my heart and soul yearns for those childhood memories and harbingers of spring – the Netherlands’ gift to the world. Those who love tulips and daffodils are often blessed with young hearts, joyous smiles and easy laughter – like you, Beth 🌷

  11. Georgia Peach says:

    Hey Beth, an email from Southern Living popped up today “Gray hairstyles that will never go out of style” And there you were!
    I thought that was awesome because it’s one of my fav styles w/the longer sideswept bang. Congrats!
    You and Oscar look especially happy today.

  12. Katherine says:

    Hi Beth,
    I usually do not make comments on your blog. I just want you to know I totally enjoy YOU and your blog. I find your thoughts on things to be “spot on.”
    Opening up part of your home was so nice. I too enjoy to cook. I copied your recent recipe on Cauliflower Soup. I so look forward to making it. I LOVE LOVE LOVE soup.
    Your garden will be fabulous when you are done. Looking forward to seeing the end result. My husband is a Master Gardener and I have a big appreciation for landscape design. We have had very large gardens, however over the past 20 years we down sized in a big way. Our lot is small by design.
    Living in Arizona limits you to what you can grow because of the intense heat.
    We do have a lovely Rose Garden, that is my hubby’s pride and joy.
    I think your fur babies Ollie and Oscar are over the top wonderful. We had Romeo and Juliet they were Birman’s (cats). Romeo lived for nineteen years. He was born on my birthday, I miss him more than words could ever describe. I can tell you love your fur kids.
    Sending you a happy and joyful day.
    Katherine in Arizona

    • Beth Djalali says:

      thank you so much for commenting today, katherine! i am always impressed when someone shares they are a Master Gardener!
      what a lifelong skill. heat challenges any garden but then throw in a desert climate and well… but i am jealous
      of your Rose Garden as i am certain it is beautiful beyond words.
      p.s. you will love this soup!

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