Creamy Carrot Soup Recipe a perfect gluten free, paleo or vegetarian soup to serve this comfort food season. Plus, it’s delicious so no one will judge you.
I am going to come right out and say it.
Gilmore Girls is dead to me.
( I think I just heard you gasp through the screen.)
Not that I didn’t binge watch all of it in two night. (talk about ripping that band-aid off). And not that I didn’t in some part of me love seeing the only cast I ever watched (unless you count Archer or
Top Gear Grand Tour as a cast) return to the screen. Nope, it was nice seeing everyone. All hunky dory and what not.
But SPOILER ALERT.
I absolutely hated Rory.
I had realized that she and Lorelai are both rather selfish and oblivious years ago, but still, it was a human error. We aren’t all perfect and hell, most of us are rather selfish all of the time. I forgave them. They were witty, funny, quick, and the stable mother-daughter relationship I wished I’d had as a child of a single parent. (Seriously, who is that perfectly ‘dysfunctional’?).
But not, Rory is just a spoiled brat.
Who acts that way at 32? Grow up princess. Popping about from one place to another from where? Her magical trust fund? To romp around with a dude that’s getting married. Sure, his abs were killer, but grow a backbone.
And then just to whine and whine and whine about not being back, missing her super suit, and getting nowhere. We all acknowledged, she was actually a pretty terrible in the pre-Wookie boinking scene, but that just really put it over the top.
I understand the creators trying to show the current struggle of today’s society. College degree’s not being a promised career and the struggle of making it work in 2016, but really it just came off as Rory not being handed everything. Cry me a river.
So yes, I wish I could run off in a random steampunk made up fairy land with 4 richer-than-the-pope-self-absorbed-asshats, but maybe I just got old.
Maybe I grew up, and Rory didn’t.
And, we can all agree that the musical was a waste of time. A serious waste of time.
Gilmore Girl Revival Pro’s: Kirk wins. Luke’s speech (finally). Emily’s badassery. Sookie’s cameo. Michelle, my god I love Michelle.
PS. Can we talk about how rather mean the ‘3o-something group‘ was? I mean, isn’t the majority of Gilmore Girl fans probably in that exact demographic? I certainly took it as a personal snub.
PPS. I will always be #TeamJess
And now for a soup recipe that has absolutely nothing to do with Gilmore Girls…. but it is pretty freaking delicious, so make Creamy Carrot Soup for your next Netflix binge.
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Creamy Carrot Soup Recipe
- 2 tbs butter
- 2 lbs carrots chopped
- 1 onion chopped
- Salt and pepper
- 2 garlic cloves minced
- 1 tbs yellow curry powder
- 6 cups vegetable broth
- 1 14.5 oz can coconut milk
- Gremolata made of fresh parsley garlic, and lemon zest with a pinch of kosher salt
- Heavy cream or coconut milk drizzle
- Soft boiled Egg
Heat a dutch oven over medium heat and melt the butter, swirling to coat the pan. Add the onion and carrots, season with salt and pepper, and saute 7 to 10 minutes, until the carrots are soft.
Add the garlic and curry powder and cook 2 minutes longer.
Slowly whisk in the vegetable broth, a little at a time, deglazing the pan, then working the remaining broth in.
Add the coconut milk and stir to combine. Allow the soup to simmer over low heat for 20 minutes.
Working in batches, puree the soup in a food processor or with an immersion blender until creamy, but still thick.
Serve with desired garnish.