If you have cold air seeping through your windows and a housing office that refuses to turn on your heat like I do, then this roasted winter squash, apple and spelt berry soup is exactly what you need to stay warm.  Check out the recipe over at Marcus Samuelsson’s blog!

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38 Responses to Roasted Winter Squash, Apple and Spelt Berry Soup

  1. Off to check this out, I LOVE squash and am excited to make some awesome soups!

  2. The sun is up over here, but I’d love to try this soup today!

    Camila Faria

  3. It has definitely turned into soup season! And this is a beautiful one!

  4. This soup was made for me, how did you know? 🙂

  5. Yasmeen says:

    What a beautiful looking soup! I miss long yellow American squashes. Is that weird?

  6. Beautiful photo! I love squash and apple together.

  7. Patsyk says:

    Just have to tell you that is a seriously gorgeous photo of a bowl of soup! One of my biggest challenges is taking photos of soup.

  8. Deborah says:

    That looks gorgeous! Heading over now!!

  9. Candace says:

    It’s cold and rainy here today and I have a husband that refuses to turn on the heat. This soup is beautifully perfect to warm me up. Yum!

  10. It’s cloudy over here and I am in the mood for a good soup! Love the whole spelt in the soup.

  11. Bob says:

    Sounds fantastic and what a gorgeous photo! It’s cloudy and rainy here, wish I had some of that. Heh, I’ll have to make do with mac and cheese.

  12. Mari says:

    I have been craving soup since last week…great picture btw =)

  13. kankana says:

    I am a hige fan of Marcus! His recipes are always so comforting and homely. This looks lovely 🙂

  14. Tasha says:

    What a beautiful bowl of soup!

  15. That Girl says:

    I don’t know that I’m ready for squash yet!

  16. Mary says:

    Your soup in beautiful! (I replied to your comment on my Aloo Bhaji, but I wanted to comment here too, so you would know I saw it.)

    I’m going to research a spice store here in my area. I’m in a huge city, so there has to be a store like that here. Besides, just think of all the trouble I could find at a cool store like that?! I hadn’t even thought of looking for a store with just spices.

  17. SO beautiful, Joanne! This post is getting me all excited for the cooler autumn days! 🙂
    I’m off to check it out~

    Hope you are having a great weekend,

  18. Kalie says:

    I’d say I do but the weather wouldnt agree 😉

  19. Swathi says:

    This soup is very good for cold winter nights.

  20. Elizabeth says:

    Interesting… my instinct is that I wouldn’t like this but I usually like Marcus Samuelsson’s recipes so now I’m intrigued.

  21. Kelly says:

    Ah, soup season has officially arrived. I love the autumn warming spices paired with the fresh zing of mint.

  22. This looks delicious! Its pretty hot in Sydney at the moment but i’d sit in a cold room and eat this baby!

  23. Pam says:

    What a perfect fall soup!

  24. Carolyn Jung says:

    WINTER squash already?? Girrrl, you’re rushing the year, when I already have a hard enough time thinking fall is nearly here. Hah. What happened to summer? Heck, what happened to spring? 😉

  25. I’ve only ever baked with spelt flour, but now I am so intrigued! I want to try this! Sounds yummy!

  26. Your soup looks so beautiful…
    Soup season is here and this looks just perfect.

  27. Also I want to thank you so much for your support and kind words, my blog is up.I was able to restore some post, rest will do again. But atleast it is back up.. right.

  28. sophia says:

    Ooh hey! That’s one of my favorite soups!!! I love winter squash soup…I usually use kabocha, of course. I don’t have spelt, but wheatberries will substitute perfectly. xD

  29. Barbara says:

    One of the best things about fall is the squash you see at farmer’s markets. I even remember it from childhood! My mother made the BEST baked squash dish.
    I’ve never tried a squash soup, Joanne, but this looks delicious and we would love a little fall in Florida!

  30. Jeanette says:

    Nice hearty soup for fall. Love kabocha and butternut squash!

  31. Elizabeth says:

    I looove spelt. I made a bunch of squash and apple soups last winter. Definitely adding spelt next time.

  32. Cara says:

    I like that we both eat kabocha with skin. I wonder if anyone looks at us funny?

  33. Chris says:

    Is it time for “winter squash every day until Christmas” yet? Summer just ended.

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