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Posted by Sophia Dane16. November 2021. Posted in Soups Tags:apple, parsley, Recipe, soup
Reblog by: Lawrence Morra III
Zero Lift-Off Only The Beginning
November 16, 2021
Fantastic combination and I can’t wait to try it this week Dearest! The only complaint I have its the white bowl! I hate anything white as in the light spectrum or band of colors it totally lacks character or substance; true integrity! It is masking or hiding all colors as White light to our eye appears to cancel colors or steal them in a sense, interfering. You know like when someone is very sick they always say you look as white as a sheet, no color in those cheeks or you’re as pale as a ghost, and well ghosts from my experience are always as white as a sheet and not good characters.
And with such a wide array of colors in the natural palette of the light spectrum I always look for bold and rich color in things and even people, in their outward appearance as well as their inner designs and purposes; as genuine character and substance matter most of all, so colorful on the inside adds so much dimension and depth to a person! I could never trust a person that exemplifies white or carries that kind of aura with them like a brand, unless it were maybe a white flag of surrender of the enemy!
For me this dish will be perfect served in a bowl with deep rich color, say like a shade of blue, red or orange and be so much more appetizing! Colors do trigger endorphins in the brain just like smell or taste it’s the whole combination that matters in the end! Red according to many experts makes the heart beat faster, to me some anticipation is always great, and yellow gets the metabolism going, so the combination makes for one big hungry appetite! Then after such a perfect indulgence one can sit back and take it all in with a sense of pride or accomplishment and feel “satisfied;” heck that is what any meal should do! My Mantra!
I’m going to try this as an experiment too! No matter what; I will enjoy this, already am, and it’s a blast to get down to the truth of it! Amen.
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All things in their proper place!
Sophia Says: 😃Wonderful, my friend! I have to admit I am thrilled with your comment! I will try with a bolder and richer color next time, so let’s see what the effect will be 😉. Although I have to admit that when buying dishes, I always choose white with details in a different color.
Thank you again and I see how you feel! But, my deepest point in all of this perspective is to point to weakness and distraction that comes in all shapes and sizes! Having been a professional photographer in both still and motion pictures I did develop and eye for details and what clashes or takes away from the central subject! Accentuation is important and that is what I believe you mean when you say you get the colorless dish with only strong accent of some color or design pattern on it like say gold trim which is very typical and a standard tradition.
Also with that more colorless background the food tends to stand out as the central focus, in a sense not having any choice! But my concept of adding dimension to the presentation with perhaps an opposite approach where the container adds dimension, depth and more character to the overall presentation, while using added subliminal messages that actually enhance the featured item more! Rather than just making the stand alone against a blank or drab background the approach; this may be just what the doctor ordered! And in this case create more interest and appetite in the onlooker to want to try the item on the menu dinner plate or bowl for the first time; or in the least be developing a stronger appetite for it again.
A combination effect is what I’m driving at, and the enhancement of the desired objective in the first place; to bring product and consumer together in a rich enjoyable experience that has plenty of balance and a more secure truthful steady power, of not only flash in the pan eye catching appeal that can be so lacking in presentation or genuine staying power! Just as this is so true even in people, but, instead we are offering real substance or quality that is long lasting, so that in turn the relationship is more balanced and continuous, honest to goodness; real harmony filled with love and passion not only for the prepared dish but the overall experience really becoming more a gift from God; than some cheapened facsimile or even phony pretender!
There is good and evil in all things in this world as we well know, that clash and battle which was set in motion long ago, and these forces vie for our attention as well submission, so we mustn’t be fooled; but the power of truth, justice and light must and always will prevail over the false or lie! Even in the competition for our stomachs cravings, as we all must eat to live and live to eat; how else could it be said that the best way to a man’s heart is through his stomach after all!
Blessings and success to you my Dearest Friend and Sister!
Brother in Christ Jesus,
Lawrence Morra III
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This healthy and delicious soup is prepared from baked parsley and apples. It has a very interesting taste. It is not complicated to prepare, and it is always worth trying something new!
- 1 medium-sized root peeled and chopped parsley root
- 1 medium-sized apple that you peeled and cut into quarters
- 1 onion
- 5 cloves of garlic
- Large sea salt
- Freshly ground pepper
- 2 cups soup
- Olive oil
In a small deeper pan, place the chopped apple and parsley root, pour over the pepper, thyme and pour a little oil.
Cover the pan with aluminum foil and bake in a preheated oven for about 15 minutes at a moderate temperature – until the parsley and apple are soft.
Meanwhile, fry the chopped onion and garlic in oil in a deep pan for a few minutes. Add the apples and parsley together with the liquid he released and two cups of soup. When the soup boils, reduce the temperature and cook for 10 minutes. Using a mixer or blender, puree the ingredients.
If your soup is too thick, add water. Add salt and pepper.