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July 03, 2007

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Mevrouw Cupcake

Perfect soup for the lousy weather we're having over here. I think I'll order Barbara's book, make a pot of soup and curl up on the couch in my pj's.

Miriam

Thank you thank you thank you for linking Animal Vegetable Miracle! I will quest to find it tomorrow when my husband (who works at a bookstore) has to work and I have the day off and I'll use his employee discount :)

Bakerina

Hey, hey, hey...some of my best friends are blog posts with sniveling apologies for the unexcused absences. ;)

All kidding aside, it's grand to see you and your magical prose stylings back. (And yes, lovely girl, I *do* owe you a phone call. Welcome home. :)

Elle

That is the best looking soup...summer in a bowl.

Margaret

Julie,
I know you know about Stone Barns on Rt. 448 in Pleasantville, and their allegedly to-die-for restaurant, Blue Hill at Stone Barns...it's much closer than Vermont! I was there to pick up their fresh produce and eggs, and a take-out lunch at the cafe, a few weeks ago and while the produce choices at 1:45pm were limited, they were top quality. Friends and in-laws who've eaten at BH@SB say the same. Let's meet there one day in July or August!
xo,
Margaret

Julie

Hey Mevrouw -- that sounds like a plan! Soup and Barbara's book definitely both work for me!

Miriam -- I think you're going to enjoy this book. Let me know whether or not you like it...

Bakerina love -- can't wait to see you SOON.

Elle -- summer in a bowl is exactly what it tastes like.

Hi Margaret! I've eaten at Blue Hill's sister resto in NYC, but I've been dying to make a trip up to Stone Barns. We'll save some pennies for that one and make it happen this summer!

lindy

A fellow lover of the summer soup-I might have known.

Your plans for the sabbatical sound excellent and promising. You will certainly be qualified to be Czarina of Sustainability after doing all this, so maybe the 2nd Master's degree will come in handy after all.

Christina

Beautiful recipe and beautiful post.

Boy, the more I read of your blog the more I realize how similar our lives are, just on other sides of the continent.

Meg

Hi Julie, weighing in late here as I just finished reading the Kingsolver book, too. Wonderful! Here is a farm which is heavily involved in CSA in New York http://www.roxburyfarm.com/
and which would probably welcome help!

I'm working on some other writing so have abandonned blogging for the moment but still check in here regularly for your good thoughts.

karen

I enjoyed AVM, although it can be hard to think about going totally local unless you live in farm utopia!

It's inspiring, though, and hopefully more and more people will make better choices.

Beautiful creamy, greeny soup.
(I think I missed lunch today!)

Julie

Thanks for your vote of confidence, Lindy...

Christina -- after visiting your blog, I too see the similarities!

Hey Meg -- Roxbury looks like a good lead to check out. Thanks!

Karen, I think you're right. I'm trying to use AVM to inspire my choices, rather than to beat myself up about being unable to feed us completely locally -- especially as an urban dweller.

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Beautiful recipe and beautiful post.

Boy, the more I read of your blog the more I realize how similar our lives are, just on other sides of the continent.

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I enjoyed AVM, although it can be hard to think about going totally local unless you live in farm utopia!

It's inspiring, though, and hopefully more and more people will make better choices.

Beautiful creamy, greeny soup.
(I think I missed lunch today!)

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Wow, I’m obviously not being creative enough, haha…Great work!

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