When the season changes, it’s easy for me to get excited about using sweet potatoes, butternut squash, and greens. But fall produce is so wide and varied and lately, I’ve been getting excited about the items that often go ignored. If you’re not familiar with celeriac (or celery root), it’s a gnarly looking vegetable. The taste is earthy with hints of the celery flavor you might expect from celery stalks. This celeriac soup is well balanced in flavor thanks to potatoes, carrots and fresh thyme. Best of all, it’s creamy and delicious without any cream in the soup (the drizzle is optional)! Read more and see the recipe.
This recipe is in partnership with Nugget Markets. See below for more details. I don’t get to cook for people as much as I would like. There’s something about the energy that comes from sharing food with others. It’s an easy way to bring people together, especially during the holidays. While I typically focus on [...]