Friday, July 20, 2018

Cream of Cauliflower Soup

I had chopped an entire head of cauliflower for dinner last night, and my boys didn't finish it.  Foolish young men!  So, despite the fact that they laughed at me, I wrapped the very considerable leftovers, and saved them for lunch today.  Hello, fresh soup!


1 cup water
1 teaspoon vegetable base
1/4 cup sherry
1 cup milk
1/4 cup whipping cream
1 cup cauliflower
fresh ground pepper to taste

Bring the water to a boil, stir in the vegetable base, then add the cauliflower.  If it's been precooked, just heat it through; otherwise, cook until tender-crisp.  Add the sherry and milk, and return to a simmer.  Using a hand blender or a blender or food processor, blend the soup until the broccoli is in very small bits; the soup will thicken up magnificently.  Add the cream, stir for a minute, then season with fresh pepper to taste.  Serves 2.

I didn't take a picture of this soup, because, frankly, it looked like white glop.  It surely did taste great, however.  I shared with Ryan (Mark stated that if he wanted white glop, he would eat oatmeal), and he agreed that this was excellent soup.  So, instead, how about a picture of Thatcher sitting beside me on my newly refinished breakfast room floor, waiting for me to share my soup?

Silly dog; it's not possible to drop soup on the floor without making a terrible mess!

Happy Weekending, everyone!


Pam said...

YUM! Chad doesn't care for cauliflower so I never make. Great use of the leftovers. Thatcher is adorable and the floors look terrific.

Faye Lewis said...

I'll bet it was delicious!

Rhodesia said...

We both love Cauliflower soup and the bit of alcohol in it must have improved it no end, must remember that next time. Poor Thatcher, yes soup on the floor would have been a mess!
Take care and look after yourself, so glad that you are back blogging. Diane

pam said...

I love cauliflower soup! Your floor looks good and Thatcher looks adorable!

Mae Travels said...

Cauliflower soup is really delicious. I add a few carrots to reduce the unvaried whiteness. Or something green.

best... mae at

grace said...

i love me some white glop! :)
the floor looks great.