So great to be back

I have never been more thankful to feel well again! It was so nice seeing you Morro Bay and Cambria folks last week and I’m looking forward to serving my Baywood customers tomorrow! I have been reminded to be thankful for my healthy body and all I have been blessed with. Thank you again for all your kindness.

Here’s what you will find at the soup booth this week:

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

1. Coconut curried Lentil

2. Creamy Broccoli

I look forward to seeing you guys and don’t forget your jars! And a reminder to the Baywood Folks, if you had a preorder scheduled for last week, I’ll have it for you this week 😊😊

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Deeper sense of Gratitude

My dearest customers!!! I miss you!!! I’m so very sorry for those of you who showed up with jars on Thursday and Friday only to find a sad,empty patch of concrete where the soup booth is supposed to be. I have been t a k e n d o w n by this bug going around. It’s been a humbling week to say the least.

There is nothing I would like to do more than be in the kitchen tomorrow but I regret to tell you that I’ll be missing yet another Baywood Market! That’s 3 in a row!! Unprecedented!

If you have a pre-order scheduled for MONDAY, I will put you down for the following week, I’ll make the same soups I had planned for this Monday.

I have every intention of being back for Thursday and Friday market.

Here’s what you will find at the soup booth this week:

Monday in Baywood: no soup

Thursday in Morro Bay and Friday in Cambria:

1. Split Pea

2.Carrot Ginger

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out,

Stephanieburchiel@gmail.com

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

Happy New Year!

You guys! I’m so sorry but I have caught the bug that’s been going around! I thought I could knock it by Friday but I don’t want to take any chances so I’ll be out Thursday and Friday. If you have a pre-order, I will move it to the following week. See you all soon.

Holidayze

I hope you guys had (and are continuing to have) the best Holiday Celebrations! I’m looking forward to my last two soup cooks before 2018!

A little reminder to the Baywod folks, the market is closed new years day (monday). We hope to see you guys at the Thursday market at the Spencer’s parking lot from 2:30 to 5. If you are looking for the soup booth at that market it’s towards the back next to Little Red Hen Bread.

Here’s what you will find at the soup booth this week:

Thursday in Morro Bay and Friday in Cambria:

1. Creamy Turmeric Potato

2. Butternut Lentil

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

Soup booth Santa!

It’s that time of year again! The soup booth santa game is souper easy! The santa in the photo above will be hidden somewhere at each of my farmers markets. Find him, return him to the soup booth and a free jar of soup will be waiting for you! I wish all of you the happiest of holidays. I’m so thankful for you all!!! Here’s what you will find at the soup booth this week: Monday in Baywood and Thursday in Morro Bay and Friday in Cambria: 1. Creamy roasted cauliflower leek 2. Black Bean hominy I look forward to seeing you guys and don’t forget your jars!

What is going on?!

If you looked outside or on social media today you may have noticed an unwelcome guest lurking. Smoke. Thickest I’ve seen and a somber reminder of what our neighbors to the south are tackling right now.

I’ve interviewed a few farmers about their irrugation situation given the lack of rainfall. While many (including my own family’s farm) are having to keep irrigation on longer into the season than they would have liked, no one was fearful of being out of water (at this time) like they were 2 years ago in December. Regardless, we are in an uneasy situation and if you are anything like me, seasonably inapropreate weather makes you uncomfortable.

Here’s to staying positive, living and eating sustainably and remaining hopeful.

Here’s what you will find at the soup booth this week:

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

1. Butternut barley

2. Turkish Red lentil

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

Drycember

It was a dusty mountian bike ride today and absolutely loaded with tarantulas! Fingers crossed that means rain could be on the way! As seen in the photo above, my husband has zero fear of arachnids (one of the reasons I married him) and showed off by pretending to eat one. This stunt very much impressed our 13 year old mountian biking buddy, John. My husband has even been appointed the official trantula re-locator at Hearst Castle, so fear not, arachniphobes, the castle grounds are spidie free.

Here’s what you will find at the soup booth this week:

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

1. Creamy turmeric white bean

2. Mushroom Barley

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