Weekend soup and bread

Susan at the Wild Yeast Blog made a fabulous roasted potato sourdough bread, with whole potato chunks in it. I just had to make it this weekend.

The bread has the soft, moist crumb of a potato bread. And the roasted potato chunks are better than any nuts/spices I've ever added to bread.

We paired the bread with a herby green soup. I was tired of the usual hearts and flowers sort of designs on top, and wanted to try something new. This design seemed kinda cool and interesting, like ninepins.

Until hubby came home and said, 'Why are you drawing scrotums in my soup?'

Note to self- Stop watching Bizarre Foods.

The roasted potato sourdough bread goes to Susan for the weekly YeastSpotting.

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Psychiatrist, cook, bookworm, photographer. Not necessarily in that order.
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30 Responses to Weekend soup and bread

  1. homebody says:

    Mmm…. The soup photo is especially beautiful – I just love the angles and colors and the shape of the spoon echoed in the "scrotums." (and the idea of spinach mint soup!)

  2. Emjay says:

    LOL @ your husband's comment! You were creating food porn! Everything looks as good as usual. Now I am heading to the kitchen to hunt for lunch!

  3. M-----l says:

    'Why are you drawing scrotums in my soup?'I see tennis rackets and mandolins.

  4. Morgat says:

    Laughing extremely loudly at your husband`s comment!!
    (The bread looks and sounds wonderful. I can almost catch a whiff of its fragrance…. Mmmmmmm!)

  5. WOWOWOW!!!!!!!!!! I want that!!!!!!!!!Potato chunks in bread!What a great idea! Maybe I'll make some Bisquik bread and add potatoes…cabbage……..whole BRUSSELS SPROUTS!!!!!!!!!And the soup looks f.a.b.u.l.o.u.s.Scrota notwithstanding….LOLYummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm……………………….!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!@@@@@@@!!!!!!!!@@@@@@@@@@!!!!!!

  6. TBC says:

    I love the look of the potato bread. Have never baked a bread myself (unless banana bread counts). The soup looks fantastic and I like the new design. LOL at your husband's remark. 😀
    How did the spinach soup taste? Sounds a little too healthy for me… 🙂

  7. Purplesque says:

    Spoons..that is so much better. :)The mint does shine through in this one. I love it!

  8. Purplesque says:

    Lol..I think he did follow it up with something about food porn but I had stopped listening!Whats for lunch?

  9. Purplesque says:

    That just goes on to show that you're a regular guy who thinks of sports and music.I must go tell A that he is a pervert.

  10. Purplesque says:

    Ah, yes…It was even better this morning, toasted and spread with apple butter. Yum!

  11. Purplesque says:

    You did the special scroll bar thing again! I love that. :)Bread with brussels sprouts..I would so want to eat it.

  12. Purplesque says:

    Banana bread counts! (Especially when toasted..)The soup was quite good, actually. But then, I've always loved spinach soup, especially with sour yogurt stirred in. The reviews on Epicurious were more mixed.

  13. Morgat says:

    Toasted banana bread??? I never thought of doing that! I must try it!

  14. hee….it's fun to move it around and see what's out there, beyond the boundaries!Yes! Little explosions of flavor nestled in the bread: tiny cabbages! WOW!If I find out that my oven isn't broken, I'll make some bread. You're making me want to do that again. Not the kneading-yeast kind, just Bisquik, but still. Bread. *sigh*

  15. Purplesque says:

    Bread is bread! Go for it..(I'd cook the Brussels sprouts first, before adding them to the dough. Then I'd send pieces of the wonderful bread to salivating Vox neighbors like Purplesque.)

  16. OMG, I was already going crazy seeing all the potato breads around. They are literally everywhere. Now I saw yours. I really wanna cry — I still haven't started birthing my sourdough starter. Your soup looks fabulous too. The design looks great, very unusual and elegant. Congratulations on making me completely hooked on your food! 🙂

  17. Waterbaby says:

    Too funny, the husband's comment! I see Christmas ornaments. I'm not much of a bread eater, as you know, but yor pics make me wish I were! It's gorgeous! I can just taste it warm with a dab of butter.

  18. jaklumen says:

    I'm a pervert too, but I did see mandolins as well.Both Cimmy and I laughed at your husband's comment.

  19. jaklumen says:

    By the way, I still admire your sourdough adventures. I'm not sure I'd have enough patience unless I could do sourdough in the machine, and take it out to rise later.

  20. Brown Suga' says:

    Hubby came home and said, 'Why are you drawing scrotums in my soup?'Hubby is awesome.I see ninepins too, though.

  21. Purplesque says:

    🙂 Thanks, Wbaby. I was always a bread lover, and become a bigger one with each sourdough.

  22. Purplesque says:

    Y'know, the interesting thing is..I'm a very impatient person as well. I love to cook, but as a kid all my food was undercooked coz I couldn't wait. Oh, and I was constantly dropping pots and pans. Cooking over the years, and now baking, has really taught me patience.

  23. Purplesque says:

    Thank you, SH. You know the sourdough will wait for as long as needed..take your time. I've finally settled on the least-resistance approach. I have the 50% starter, I keep it in the fridge and back bread once a week. When I don't want to, I can always throw the starter in my regular rotis.

  24. Purplesque says:

    One up for my side! (Don't tell anyone, but I saw scrota too.)

  25. Waterbaby says:

    lol. that's one reason i'm not a bread enthusiast, even a little takes up valuable stomach space! (ditto pasta.)

  26. bee says:

    hahaha. looks like limbaugh's head to me.

  27. bee says:

    made your granola and loved it. thanks. chana masala's next.

  28. Purplesque says:

    LOL @Limbaugh! Glad you liked the granola. Re: chana masala, someone told me about boiling a single dried red chilli with the chickpeas before the tadka. Gives it a killer flavor.

  29. julie says:

    you are a yeast master! Looks perfect and your husband must have some sense of humor.

  30. Purplesque says:

    🙂 Thank you. (And he does, the operative word being Some.)

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