"To celebrate our friends in the cold white north I thought a cozy, homey soup would be appropriate for this month’s recipe. Cooking indoors will help provide some ambient heat from your stove and oven to keep your family toasty and your tiny homes smelling delicious. For those of us in tiny homes in the south, cranking up the oven when it’s 80* out can result in also cranking up the air condoning. So, for those of you who are still in the grilling weather but holiday mindset I present to you: barbeque squash soup!
This soup, prepared either on an outdoor grill with side burner or on an indoor stove/oven, would make a delicious meal on its own or as a side dish for your next Thanksgiving feast. It uses minimal utensils and appliances and doesn’t have to cook for hours to be tasty. Some alternative cooking methods could include cooking squash in a microwave or cutting it into cubes and frying in a pan. Some chopped Andouille sausage would also add a hearty bite for those who prefer their meals to be consistently omnivorous. Enjoy!"
Soup on the Barbie anyone?
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