A Simple Asparagus Soup
The markets here have shifted from yellow and orange orbs of citrus to banks of green asparagus, baskets of artichokes, bouquets of green garlic, and tiny favas the size of my ring finger. There are massive tangles of purple lilac and eggs for sale in shades of cream, pale blue, and soft mocha. I’ve braised baby artichokes every night this week, and made this soup twice. Spring it is. Do you remember the simple carrot soup I highlighted back in January? This is the asparagus version. I trade in asparagus for the carrots, then tweak a bit depending on what I have in the kitchen. But, really, it just goes to show how you can evolve your favorite recipes as the seasons change. For lunch I reheat it, grab one of the hard-boiled eggs I try to keep on hand in the refrigerator, and then root around for something crunchy – nuts, crackers, seeds. Give it a go.
This also, happened last weekend – Quitokeeto in the Wall Street Journal – super exciting!
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