Celeriac and Potato Soup

Posted By Kerri

This was the ‘soup of the day’ at work yesterday and was perfect at warming me up on my lunch break. I asked the chef how he made it and it sounded so simple that I thought I would try to recreate it at home today. Given my past history with soup, I should have guessed that my version wouldn’t turn out as I expected it to; luckily Stephen was on hand to fix things. A pinch of cumin and some cayenne pepper turned this into something edible, if entirely different to what I was attempting.

I’ll post a recipe when I’ve got it right. Unless I add “admit you’re useless at making soup” to my list of resolutions for this year and stick to buying it instead of making it myself.

Jan 12th, 2010

5 Comments to 'Celeriac and Potato Soup'

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  1. James said,

    Ah – that’s what I’ll do with the bit of celariac I have left. Inspiration. If you’ve got a good stock you can’t go wrong with soup really. I find the cumin & cayenne always perks soup up. Olive oil & lemon juice too.
    .-= James´s last blog ..Meat Free Monday #2 – Egg and Chips =-.

  2. ooo can we have the recipe too? I love celeriac! xxx
    .-= The Curious Cat´s last blog ..I want to see this: =-.

  3. Baby Bro said,

    Never mind the soup, the bread looks divine! Is it home made? The crust looks just right!

  4. Alex said,

    I can’t believe you’re “useless” at making soup! This looks scrumptious!
    .-= Alex´s last blog ..My mini sewing machine =-.

  5. Kerri said,

    The chef at work has promised me his recipe, CC, so I’ll post that when I have it.

    I hope it turns out well, James.

    It’s not home made bread, it’s a sourdough loaf from Poilane. We sell it in the shop but Waitrose has it too.

    Thanks, Alex! It wasn’t bad but I have a long way to go yet!

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