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24 comments to “Carrot Soup + Collard Greens in Coconut Butter + Dukkah”

  1. Whiskey in oatmeal!? If I get addicted to this combination, am I allowed to hold you responsible? It sounds sublime.

    Dukkah seems to be able to bring more life to so many soups and an extra addition of greens is brilliant. I thought the recipe of braised fennel with tomato sauce was reason enough to buy this book, but this recipe just sealed the deal for me. Book shopping I go this weekend.

  2. This sounds delicious.
    The front cover of the cookbook is super beautiful. I might just head to the store this weekend to pick up. Especially because spring has arrived I’m getting more and more into veggie based dishes.
    xo Quinn

    Quinn Cooper Style

  3. Sasha- I am willing to be held responsible, because it is so delicious.

    Quinn- The cover is beautiful! The inside spreads never quite live up to that cover, but the recipes more than make up for it.

  4. Such a beautiful soup. I have been wanting to get my hands on this book for sometime!

  5. If I add whiskey and candied bacon to oatmeal, would you object? It may happen this weekend. Anyway, I just ordered this cookbook and it should arrive tomorrow. Looking forward to it! Happy Friday, Tim!

  6. That sounds good, Ileana! Do it!

  7. I am dying to get my hands on this book! The soup looks heavenly, though I’m slightly tempted to swirl a little whole-fat yogurt in there. I’m a slave to all things creamy.

  8. Thank you for writing this. The soup photo is beautiful. I bought Deborah Madison’s new book last month and I can’t stop cooking from it! Great stuff.

  9. Yum, Yum, YUM… How can you go wrong with his recipe? Can’t wait to give it a go.

  10. Mmm this soup looks so crazy good!!

  11. Thanks for turning me on to So, How Was Your Day? There is nothing I don’t love about it. I already have a carrot soup recipe that I’m kind of obsessed with, but good golly Miss Molly! Whiskey oatmeal? Intriguing.

  12. Just found your blog and love it! Fresh, amazing food, and gorgeous photography. Look forward to following. :)

  13. That soup is so dark I thought it was tomato at first! I really need to get my hands on this cookbook ASAP.

  14. oh, see, now this is why i read blogs. because i read this book, BOUGHT this book, saw and salivated over this recipe. and then, promptly forgot about it. no more. on my table this week, without further ado.

    thanks for calling it out.


  15. Dukkah is such a great sprinkle add on for any number of things. Salads, noodles, rice but I’ve never had it on soup. I must try it.

  16. Excluding your feature, So, How was your Day? had me thinking two things: 1) Who are these people subsisting on avocados, fancy tea, and water? 2) AREN’T THEY STARVING??

  17. Vegetable Literacy was the perfect Mother’s day idea for my cookbook addicted mom. Thanks!

  18. The book looks amazing and the soup delicious !
    It’s a beautiful recipe.

  19. Tim, you are *totally* ahead of the curve :) And I need to get that book! Gorgeous photos, as always. Best, Batya

  20. Making this tonight for dinner after being informed that they sell DUKKAH at Trader Joe’s. Got some yummy carrots from Tomato Mountain!

  21. Viktoria says:

    May 13th, 2013 at 5:38 pm

    Hi, just wondering, do you not have to add any liquid–water or broth–to the vegetables in the pot? I’m hoping to make this soup tonight. Sounds delicious!

  22. Viktoria! Thanks for catching that. I saved the wrong draft of recipe. It is corrected above to include the water you add. Sorry!

  23. this is wonderful! I absolutely love dukkah.

  24. I just made this and it was delicious! I bought dukkah at Trader Joes a while back because it looked cool, and let’s just face it, TJs gets me every time, so I was super psyched to finally have something to use it in!!

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