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This sounds really good and I stocked up on cans of pumpkin when they were on sale for Thanksgiving.


That looks so yummy! I'm going to try this.



Oh God, that looks so good.


I too take curry very seriously. I'm excited to try this recipe in the near future! Thanks for sharing the deliciousness.

dena miller

sounds so yummy!!!!


YES! This is making my mouth water. right. now. I will definitely be making this soon. And i made your baked spaghetti the other night which = awesome. One million thank you's!


Mmmm... That look delicious.
I must bookmark this recipe, so thanks for sharing.


any recipes for eggnog lattes??


This looks so conforting. Perfect for a cold day.



I don't know why this just dawned on me since I've been reading your blog for a while, but are you a vegetarian? I was one for many years and am trying to get back on the bandwagon, so I really appreciate your veggie recipes. This one looks amazing...must try.

hannah alehandra

This looks wonderfully healthy, but more importantly delicious! Would love me some 'o this.



emma, i just wanted to say i really, really love your blog. it's such a perfect combination of subject matter and your tone is so refreshingly honest. xoxox.


Hi emma that looks amazing! being asian I do enjoy my curries. I have made a chicken and butternut squash curry before and it was delicious but I am very much intrigued with this pumpkin dish. I have never seen pumpkin puree in a can here in the UK. Can I use pumpkin chunks instead? Ir is there any other alternative?

thank you :)

ps: i tried making your sugar cookies. They were really good! not too sweet which is perfect! :)

Violets and Cardamom

This looks amazing! And how great that it can be made so quickly!


I, too, adore curries. Looks so warm and delicious!

Meg Finch

That sounds delicious! Also, I love those dishes. Where are they from?

Monica @ Soirees  Such

I love curry too! and I love the differences in curries. Thai's tend to be soupier because they use coconut milk and usually curry paste, as opposed to Indian curries that use the dry curry spice and tomatoes. They are both really good!


A wife who is pretty and cooks, Dan is a lucky dude. ;)

Little Red Book

Looks delicious and easy enough to make. Can't wait to try this on my own.



i made this last night and it was delicious! i'm not crazy about pumpkin, but i thought i'd like this since the curry powder and coconut milk balance out the pumpkin.

The life after

It looks delicious!!

The Life After

rae - say it ain't so

mmm that looks so good! i don't know if i've ever had pumpkin soup.
and cuddly pugs are my favorite right now. my two like to both be on my lap while i'm watching movies or doing internet stuff. it is so cozy!

Delightfully Tacky

I just made this for dinner tonight and it. was. awesome. I doubled the recipe and I now have enough leftovers for all week! Yay!


I loved this! Actually I'm still eating it right now. I piled on the cilantro (nice touch). Love how you can't really OD on something vegan like this...(at least I think it's vegan...) Thanks! And yes while it requires prep it wasn't tricky at all. I appreciate that!


this looks so delicious! i'm assuming the can of pumpkin is the smaller can? also, i buy vegetable bouillon so approximately, how many cups are in the can of vegetable stock? can't wait to try this!


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