Ode to Heather

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Photo by: carol miter

Props to amazing and talented soup assistant, Heather,  for taking on the corn chowder challenge last week! On monday, in Baywood,  Heather ladeled 58 jars of corn chowder in 6 minutes, thus defying time, space and physics as we once knew it. (Granted, we had filled some pre orders). Be sure to shoot her a high five this week for her awesome efforts!

Thank you for coming out in the heat last week! Boy! It turned into Fall quickly!  Here’s what you will find at the soup booth this week :

Monday in Baywood, Thursday in Morro Bay, and Friday in Cambria

1. Pink tomato and lipstick pepper bisque ( mild)
2. Yellow split pea

Corney!

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Hi guys! Thank you all for coming out last week despite getting ready for “back to school!” I wish the youngsters the best of school years! Also, I don’t remember school starting this early. ..am I crazy?

Here’s what you will find at the soup booth this week :
1.  Corn chowder (steve’s non GMO corn, big John’s gold potatoes and celery, Linda’s GIGANTIC Vidalia onions)
2. Black Eyed Pea  Barley ( Jorge ‘ s tomatoes, Cortez farms carrots,  Bautista farms Dino Kale)

I look forward to seeing you guys and don’t forget your jars!

Also, on a sad note, I would like to send my sympathies to the family of Kim Weinstein. Kim was an amazing supporter of our farmers markets and we will all miss her kindness and seeing her beautiful smile.

As promised…

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Are you sick of tomatoes yet? Me neither. I try to incorporate Jorge ‘ s organic heirloom tomatoes into as many Soups as possible this time of year, last week I went through 12 cases! I have three more cases lined up this week. Good tomatoes are the epitome of the perfect flavor profile thus making my life in the kitchen a lot easier. Typically just a little himalayan pink salt and Malibar black pepper will season the soup to perfection. Fingers crossed, we’ll have them through october!

Here’s what you will find at the soup booth this week :
1. Tomato basil red lentil
2. Carrot ginger

I look forward to seeing you guys and don’t forget your jars!

Fallish

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It’s feeling a little “fall-ish” this week with our amazing sunsets and warmer temperatures here on the coast. I’m even noticing some leaves turning. Hum….a little early mama earth but I’ll take the georgeous weather, south swell and amazing sunsets (the photo above was taken from my deck in cambria…probably the best I’ve ever seen).

Here’s the soups this week:
Monday in Baywood, Thursday in Morro Bay, and Friday in Cambria : 1.  Southwestern Black Bean (black beans, steve’s corn, Jorges tomatoes and José ‘ s poblanos)
2. Tomato Bisque ( with Jorges heirloom tomatoes,  of course)

I look forward to seeing you guys and don’t forget your jars!  Also, shameless plug…I’m selling my 10 x 12 shed. If you or anyone you know is interested,  it’s in cayucos, it’s $1,500 and I have a phone number of a guy who can move it in one piece. Email me at stephanieburchiel@gmail.com :)

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Charmed life

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"Willie" giving us a show at the cove

Hey guys! Thanks for coming out for soup last week! It’s so fun hearing about everyone’s travels and staycations this summer! We headed up to the San Simeon Cove to visit the baby whale who we call “Willie” he gave us quite a show this morning! The whole coast has been teaming with wildlife on our beautiful central coast this summer and it’s so fun to be right on the middle of it all!

Here’s what you will find at the soup booth this week :
Monday in Baywood, Thursday in Morro Bay, and Friday in Cambria :
Minestrone gnocchi and split pea (the green ones)

I look forward to seeing you guys and don’t forget your jars!

Love made visible

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My mother sent me an article written by the manager “Local Harvest (a produce company)” that said “food is love made visible.” Isn’t that great?! I totally agree with this philosophy and it is absolutely is the driving factor behind my soup business.  I am the biggest vegetable nerd  there and couldn’t be prouder to be one!

Here’s what you will find at the soup booth this week :
Monday in Baywood, Thursday in Morro Bay, and Friday in Cambria :
1. Ayruvedic Dhal ( coconut curried lentil )
2. Roasted zucchini with cashew pesto cream.

I look forward to seeing you guys and don’t forget your jars!

Woa.

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Fun weekend with the girls

Well, I bet not many of you slept on Saturday night!  That was some awesome weather!  A few friends and I were staying out at the family ranch and took a midnight hike and felt a few drops then but by the time we got back from the hike it was down pouring!  Ahhhh. So lovely! 

Here’s the soups for this week:
Monday in Baywood, Thursday in Morro Bay, and Friday in Cambria :
1.  Tuscan white bean
2.  Summer vegetable barley

I look forward to seeing you guys and don’t forget your jars!

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