|Pumpkin display at Bowood Farms Garden Center, St. Louis, MO|
When you try this, and I insist that you do, be prepared for a heady fragrance to fill your home as it begins to simmer. Be sure to get the meatiest bone offered, the butt end, if possible, and prepare yourself for some nibbling once the bone is removed and lies cooling on the plate. I dare you to resist!
I consider the soup-making ritual one of the most pleasant of all of the harbingers of fall, and consider this soup in particular as the official marker. What soups do you make and what feelings do they evoke?
Green plate: Metlox Lotus, gift from my mother
Yellow plate: Fiestaware, Macy’s