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Garden Celeriac, Leek, Turnip, & Potato Soup

Garden Celeriac, Leek, Turnip, & Potato Soup

Garden Celeriac, Leek, Turnip, & Potato Soup

Today’s soup marks the end of the fresh vegetables from the backyard garden, celeriac and leeks.

Beneath the soil they sat in wait for one special occasion dinner.

A bit of nourishment in a steaming hot and healthy first course in celebration, and perhaps a bit of recuperation for my sister Michelle after running the 26.2 mile Philadelphia Marathon last weekend.

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Now my little sis Michelle is one amazing gal. Turns out, she barely needed a whole lot of recuperation after such a feat.

She’s got a big ole smile in the green jacket above. I’m taking the shot on Main Street in the Manayunk section essentially the three- quarter point of the race winding through both the scenic and historic streets of Philadelphia,

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and then she was smiling even bigger as she emerged at the end point. Now that is one determined look of accomplishment.

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Afterwards, Michelle enjoyed her own cheering crowd, even friends who drove down from Baltimore in support of the occasion. It was a full day dashing from spot to spot capturing the moments en route.

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The celeriac and leeks were pulled from the garden and the soup prepared the day before the event leaving plenty of time upon returning home to a nice hot shower before enjoying our evening get-together and hearty meal courses at the shared table. I thought she would be falling asleep halfway through the meal. That didn’t happen. I told you she’s amazing.

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A steamy bowl of creamy combined garden vegetables soup always seems a good starter course even if you haven’t just run a marathon or even have your own garden. Restorative or just plain comforting, Garden Celeriac, Leek, Turnip, & Potato Soup serves up as a real winner, savored, and appreciated all around.

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