Winter Warmer


Now that we are in the Season of Winter in June it is time to bring out winter recipes for the kitchen! 

Here is an easy soup recipe that I got from the Tea Time Magazine of the July/August 2015, Volume 12, Issue 4.

Tarragon-Cantaloupe Soup

Yield: 6(1/2 cup) servings

Preparation: 15 minutes
Ingredients:

4 cups cubed cantaloupe 

1/3 cup fresh orange juice

3 tablespoons fresh lime juice

3 tablespoons chopped fresh tarragon

Garnish: Crete Fraiche, tarragon sprigs

In the container of a blender, combine cantaloupe, orange juice, lime juice and chopped tarragon. Process at high speed until very smooth. Transfer soup to a covered container, and refrigerate until cold, approximately 4 hours.

Just before serving, whisk soup and divide among individual bowls.

Garnish each with a dollop of crime Fraiche and a sprig of tarragon, if desired.



Next time I do a recipe I would love to actually make it and take photos while doing it. I got the idea from a friend and am super excited to do another recipe for the blog!

Now I can CREATE a RECIPE category, so you can flip through, for when I post new ones!!!

Eeeeee I’m so excited!!!!! Already can’t wait for whatever the next recipe shall be!

If you click on the highlighted area of Tea Time Magazine, it will take you to their website and you can learn how to make Peachy Blue Cheese Scones! Or Ham Mousse Tea Sandwiches, perfect for any afternoon tea.


Don’t forget to visit the Downton Abbey section! Where they tell you all about Lady Carnavon and the real people of Highclere Castle. I hope you enjoy the website, there is a lot to explore!!!!! 

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Exquisite Emmalisa

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I started blogging in late 2015 and it has developed since then. My vision is "To create a platform for ladies to find inspiration and pull thoughts, ideas and advice together whether it’s Beauty, Fashion, Travel or Reading I love to do Book Reviews & anything of SUBSTANCE."

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