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Garden Harvest & Raw Recipe for Creamy Tomato Basil Soup- May 10, 2010

Aloha! Well we had a beautiful harvest  from our garden. Fennel, Carrots, Beets and tons o’ greens! We also had a huge ration of tomatoes. So I decided to make a quick and easy, DELICIOUS Creamy Tomato Soup. It was so yummy and simple, that I figured I had to share it with you.

I used some dulce seaweed for a mineral rich saltiness and avo for the creamy heartiness. A little touch of fresh basil, and topped with licorice like fennel seeds.  Mmmmm.

I used:

  • Large bunch of tomatoes
  • 1/4 Large Avocado
  • 2 Tbs lemon juice (oops and a few seeds)
  • 6 or so leaves of basil
  • Small handful of Dulse Seaweed (Raw Wildcrafted- I used Earth Circle Foods) You can order it and more yummy nutritious food staples at http://www.therawfoodworld.com/  We love this store and the owners are amazing.
  • 1/2 Cup Water
  • Pinch of Seasalt (be careful here depending on how much seaweed you used)
  • A few dashes of Volcano Spice or cayenne seasoning

Put all that in the blender and blend until it gets to the consistency you like. Top it off with a drizzle of EVOO, fennel seeds, a touch of dulse flakes and a few sprigs of fresh basil.

It literally took me longer to write this recipe than to make it. Let me know if you try it and what you think.

Hopefully we will post more this week for you, as we have a TON of great stuff to share with you. We have had some amazing hikes, beaches, trip to Hana, Haleakala Crater, Taro Festival and more! I will put together some slideshows and get them up asap! I know some of you are feenin for your Maui blast. Sorry to keep ya hangin’! Just catching up on house chores, gardening etc.

Chris’s Mom and her hubby Don came to stay with us from Arizona, so we got to play around a bit!! Whooo hoo!!! That was a fun trip and glad you guys made it out for a little rest and rejuvenation~ON MAUI~

Love –
Chris & Sara


5 Responses to “Garden Harvest & Raw Recipe for Creamy Tomato Basil Soup-”

  1. Norma Shrout Says:

    Dear Chris and Sarah- omg- this tomato soup makes my mouth water, I was talking on phone to my Daughter “Diana Ohio” after receiving your e mail- we were laughing- we’re just in spring greens right now- She grows the most awesome greens- in truck caps lol, anyway- we’re looking forward to making this soup. The two of you have made some very interesting, informative conversations between my youngest Daughter and me- thank you so much, please keep up the beautiful pictures to us, love to you both and family- sincerely Norma a.k.a. “GG” lol great grandma

  2. holly Says:

    This looks awesome,I cant waite to try it! Great pic!

  3. Rhonda Says:

    Hey, looking good all of you! What a wonderful abundance of garden goodies you have grown. Thanks for sharing the recipes. You two are amazing.

  4. Tim and Iva Says:

    Hey Chris – thanks for the postings. I did not know you were chef – fantastic soup, I will have to try it. Tim is same – buying and selling cars. His last purchase (last week) 1970 Cuda, lemon twist, according to him his dream car. We are leaving for KY next week. Say hi to Sara
    Iva and Tim

  5. Diana (Ohio) Says:

    I’m sitting here drooling over your recipe while looking at my 6 inch tomato plants in the kitchen window awaiting our frost free day here in Ohio before they can be planted outside.

    Can you say ANTICIPATION !!!!!

    Thanks for the recipe, and thanks for inviting us into your part of the world.

    Diana (Ohio)

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