September 24, 2009

Tasha Tudor Corgi Cottage Soup

Lima Beans
Lima beans from the Corgyncombe Vegetable Garden.

"The Tasha Tudor Cookbook" opened to the Soups chapter. In the illustration are some of The Corgyncombe Courant's favorite things: copper, yellowware, a crock, ironware, herbs, and vegetables. In front of the book are some vegetables gathered from the Corgyncombe Vegetable Garden and tarragon from the Corgyncombe Herb Garden.

Corgi Cottage Soup in a kettle atop the stove. Diane grew her lima beans especially so that she could put them in Corgi Cottage Soup.

The receipt for Corgi Cottage Soup is in “The Tasha Tudor Cookbook”. We have had the joy of having the soup made by the author, artist, and cook's own hand... Tasha herself. Delicious!
In the above photograph is a bowl of Corgi Cottage Soup made by Diane. Excellent and warming on a chilly autumnal day!

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6 comments:

Linda said...

I was just thinking today I should try some of Tasha's soups. This looks like fun. Linda

Kim said...

Beautiful presentation! This looks delicious!

Diane Shepard Johnson and Sarah E. Johnson said...

Dear Jane,

Thank you for the kind words. Oh, how I love those lima beans in my soup! Lima beans are definitely on the list for next years garden, only more, more, more!

Diane

Diane Shepard Johnson and Sarah E. Johnson said...

Dear Matty,

I agree with you about how wonderful soup on the stove smells cooking. We are glad that The Corgyncombe Courant made your day a little more pleasant!

Diane

Diane Shepard Johnson and Sarah E. Johnson said...

Dear Linda,

Yes, indeed you should cook up some of Tasha's soups. Making Tasha's soup is fun to make and to eat!

Diane

Diane Shepard Johnson and Sarah E. Johnson said...

Dear Kim,

Thank you for stopping by The Corgyncombe Courant. Tasha's soup is delicious!

Diane

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