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I’ve been thinking about making that barley soup also. How funny! Last night I made a split pea and sweet potato soup from Julee at MadeInAlaska’s blog. It was really good but not very picture pretty.
I love barley so much. The chewy texture and nutty taste. Yum. Oh, by the way, I’ll definitely be on the lookout for snow apples! If you get some, please post a photo- that would be great!
“Pearl Barley won’t you please come home?!”
(that may be an old reference there, so no one else but me probably will get that… not that i’m totally sure myself… iit’s song called ‘Bill Bailey won’t you please come home,’ or something like that!)
The soup looks great! Vicki’s recipe seemed fantastic as well. Chock full of good stuff there, Emmy, well done! I haven’t had barley in a long time… i wonder if it’s good in anything else, like a nutty-type of salad, or if it could substitute for rice or quinoa??
Rob, wow, that is a cool pumpkin! Great work there! You have carved up some great ‘kins between the two of you! I don’t think i’ll be carving any (i’d be more likely than not to cut my finger or hand or some other body part than be able to carve a pumpkin… not too adept here!) so i am living vicariously through yours. As always, thanks for sharing!!
wow, emmy, the soup! i’m so flattered that you made it! & your bowl is so pretty — you have the best retro dishes around. thanks for giving me a shout out, girlfriend, it sure is a nice perk. :o)
rob’s pumpkin is awesome. my girls love the photo. do you just put the pumpkin seeds in the oven for a bit, or do you have a special trick?
VV, that is funny. It’s definitely a good soup to make in this crisp fall weather. Also, wanted to mention that Rob enjoyed the Spicy Lentils reheated for lunch too.
Bazu, I’ll definitely post when I get my hands on some snow apples. They should be coming in soon. I’ve been looking forward to snow apples all year.
Karen, yep, you can use barley in salads and other things. I usually use it in soups and stews and as part of other cooked dishes. Rob says thanks for the compliment on the pumpkin 😀 I’m a pretty clumsy person but so far *knock on wood* it hasn’t carried over to the pumpkin carving. LOL
Vicki, Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my retro dishes. Rob’s taking the soup again for lunch today. Definitely a yummy recipe. Next time I make it, I will have to divide it into two pots so I can make one garlic free for my mom. She won’t eat garlic at all! Rob and I love garlic. It’s funny because she always talks about how picky I could be as a kid, making separate things for me and now I’m doing the same thing for her! Ha ha!
Rob says thanks for the nice comment on the pumpkin. Glad your daughters got a kick out of it. As for the pumpkin seeds, here’s a link to my method.
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