During those cold winter months two things can keep you warm: a hot body and soup. One can take care of the other. Pick up the phone, comment how cold it is, and encourage your play pals over to warm their sexy bones with a bowl of soup and your charming ass. Keep in mind that soup takes a little while, but also lasts a while so making a bunch never hurts. Just multiply the recipe and you’ll have lunch for a week. The ginger in this recipe is also great for fighting off sickness like the common cold or celibacy.
1. 4 large carrots peels and chopped coursely
2. 1 inch length of fresh ginger peeled and chopped coarsely
3. 2 garlic cloves chopped coarsely
4. 1/2 onion peeled and chopped coarsely
5. 2 apples decored and chopped coursley and spiced with cinnamon
6. 2 tablespoons of olive oil
7. 4 cups of vegetable stock
Use a stockpot to sauté the ginger, garlic and onions in olive oil and cook down for 10 minutes.
Throw in the apple and carrot chunks along with the your preference in spices. Our suggestion would be a dash of turmeric and salt. Stir occasionally for 15-20 minutes until the spices have set in and the carrot and apple have softened.
Add the vegetable stock, bring to a roaring boil, then turn the heat on low and cover for another 30 minutes. Stir occasionally so it all cooks evenly.
The veggies should have softened significantly. Puree the shit out of it preferably with a cooking wand or use a Cuisinart or blender so it all becomes a gorgeous, aromatic orange color. Salt and pepper as needed and serve with bread or perhaps a delicious sandwich. Did I mention it’s vegan?
• Tumeric, paprika and cumin could spice things up nicely
COOK TO BANG works for gay girls too. Every time I meet some bi-curious college girl I invite her over for a home cooked meal. I wow her a little in the kitchen, a little more in the bedroom. That CARNAL CARROT SOUP has some sort of a Wicca effect on my girls.
mmmmm mmmm hmmmm mmm! yeah!
gotta have funn with your food I always say
also gotta always have tumeric with your carrots
just goes w/o saying but you still gotta say some things like hot liquid love the soup
oh and you should consider adding some cream–can be soy based but the cow kind is so well creamy
btw love the graphics and photos–my post on similar soup is severely lacking there
I came across this recipe and gave it a try. In addition to all the stuff mentioned here, I added butter, oregano, sage, and some galic salt. I also threw in some half and half and chopped chicken sausage (Right at the very end).
This soup was bomb. Tonight I made it for the family, but whenever I’m DTF—this soup will be there without a doubt. 😉