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  1. Emma

    Soggy lawnmower jobs confusing pros cons pros cons pros cons cons cons cons cons cons chocolate need.

  2. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Boil bubble drain ice water crack peel soy glaze runny yolk camera snap edit write write write save shower late cat lap relax

  3. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    That soup is such a lovely color! I bet the coconut in it was divine.

    My words: protein, water, work, patience, excel, data, matrix, TGI(almost)F, conference-call-layers-of-hell

  4. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    It is blazing hot here, and yet this soup still looks fantastic to me.
    Breathe. Just remember: toe-time.

  5. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    excitement! My dad is arriving in town 🙂

  6. Mike

    eat enchant elope enjoy
    pray pamper perform prosper
    love listen learn laugh

    Oh! And on a day like today, your soup looks incredibly delissio.

  7. leaf (the indolent cook)

    I’m glad laughter is an element in all your things. Well except for the soup, but that makes sense because it’s difficult to drink soup while laughing. 😉

  8. CheezyK

    stroll, calm, fatigue, weekend (!), Whitlam, Slessor, shrubbery, travel, future, change, bounce … and breathe

    This soup looks divine, perfect for the wintery winterness that we’ve been dealing with lately. I love adding a touch of spice to my soups but for some reason haven’t ever used sambal oelek … this will be remedied.

  9. Ricki

    I love all the word poems you’ve inspired here! And that soup looks divine. Word. 😉

  10. SarahKate (Mi Casa-Su Casa)

    Love it. My week has been clouds sun walks tea husband laughing cosy grateful Skype nervous anticipation wine vegetables love love love. 🙂

  11. Margaret

    What a nice warming soup. Sunshine in a bowl. 🙂
    I think I stuffed up……..last week I sent a little package to your home address, as I thought you’d be back from your parents’ house by then.
    So it may be waiting at the post office for you. Sorry for the inconvenience.

    I hope work is no longer as intense for you, and you are getting more sleep and rest. I was worried about you driving after so little sleep.
    Take good care of yourself sweetheart. xxoo

  12. Lou

    mmmmm roasty toasty sweetie creamy joy in a bowl right there 🙂

    My words are icky yuck smelly gross BOOSTY VOMIT (Boosty ate Misty’s play dough..mmmm salty…. and then vomited blue/green/yellow foam all over the carpet. Glorious)

  13. Choc Chip Uru

    Your words paint a utopian picture my friend 😀
    Why do we always tend to lose sight of the beauty!
    Like this soup – who could argue with having a sip 🙂



    I lost count of the number of times I serve pumpkin soup this winter alone! Delicious!

  15. Vien

    During the recent exam period, I went crazy with pumpkin soup!!! HAHA I had it for lunch and dinner very single day for a week!!! I must have turned orange 😛

  16. Hotly Spiced

    I love how you roasted the pumpkin. I think that adds a different dimension to the soup over the ones made from boiled pumpkin. What a lovely vibrant colour. Excellent comfort food Hannah. Your gospel singing nights sound like they would be very therapeutic after long, draining work days xx

  17. Kath Lockett

    blogging cooking sharing tasting smiling satisfying photographing writing clicking ‘publish’ all good

  18. Libby

    I’ve never made a pumpkin soup using coconut cream/milk before. Wah, sounds delish!

  19. Gary

    YUM 🙂

  20. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I love pumpkin and coconut soup! Mine is more simple, just stock, roasted pumpkin and coconut milk but it never fails to put a smile on our faces 😀

  21. Fiona

    Could do with soup riht not

  22. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Can I please climb into that second picture? I’d like to be a mini person walking among the pumpkin and rosemary and taking bites as the whim takes me.

    (But I’d also like to be able to leave the pumpkin forest. I’m not sure it would be a fun place to live forevermore.)

    (And I don’t want to ruin your soup.)

  23. Whispering Gums

    Daughter: loved loving fun washingwashingwashing carsinging chocolate smart loyal loving loved

    Beautiful soup … Thanks for the lovely pot of on our return from hols. I’ll be making this version of pumpkin soup.

  24. Winston

    Rosemary and Pumpkin… My dear Hannah you really know what makes my heart sing. And OMG you are awesome beyond words for adding sambal to your pumpkin soup too… I want to try!!! I can think of nothing that packs a bigger punch than this. LOOOVE!

  25. Daisy@Nevertoosweet

    YAY Pumpkin soup! It’s my ultimate comfort soup during winter 🙂 I can have SO much of it! LOL it’s quite crazy its like I never get sick of it 🙂 i usually just boil my pumpkin but I think roasting it will be nicer and the addition of coconut milk YUM!

  26. Jenny @ Ichigo Shortcake

    Pumpkin and coconut? YES PLEASE! With rosemary that’s just the perfect soup made in heaven. So perfect for a cold winter night like this one. 🙂

  27. Johanna GGG

    I looooove pumpkin soup – my words for today – soup, busy, cafe, pop up bookshop, friends, late, tired

  28. Gabby

    What a gorgeous soup! Part of me can’t wait for Canadian winter to come back so I can enjoy some of these comfy, warm flavours again.

    My words: sleepy, late, chaos, natural, dizzy, quiet, rest, weekend and juicy. Love the little game you prompted!

  29. Ellie@Fit for the Soul

    Wow, this sounds and looks amazing!!! I love this type of pureed soup–especially when they’re full of color because it just looks so appealing in my opinion. I want soup for dinner now!

  30. Louise

    Fabulous lunch bubbly whale spouts naptime tired late night cycling

    Oh I do love a pumpkin soup, and I particularly love a roasted pumpkin soup. I must say that I usually use jap rather than butternut. I was a bit surprised at the rosemary/sambal olek combo. I can see the asian flavours with the coconut of course- how did it go with the rosemary? Of course that’s the great thing about pumpkin soup, each batch is a little bit different, yet still fully delicious.

  31. Zarinah

    Thank you for this recipe Hannah, I’ve just made it for Good Friday and it is indeed GOOD by golly gosh, used the pumpkin skins to make crisps to scatter on top. Happy Easter! xo