Here is my pot - sauteeing the heck out of an onion:
Then I cut up the cauliflower with my AMAZING new MAC knife from Japan that Mom gave me for Christmas. I can't say enough good things about this Chef's knife. Sharp as can be, perfectly weighted, feels great in my hand - I LOVE IT.
Anyway, about the soup. Here's the stupid cauliflower (it is really hard to type cauliflower, i just learned) in the pot.
boil, simmer, add kale and dill, stir.
blend it to heck in little batches, pour into bowls, drizzle, add dill to garnish -
and prepare to enjoy a superbland babyfood-like soup.
I don't know what to think - I love all of the ingredients (dill, cauliflower, kale, oilive oil) but all together they made a one-dimensional soup. I am glad I made it - I never made a pureed soup before - and it gives me a jumping-off point for next time I try a soup like this.
The gentleman friend was game - he tried it - but politely said "it's not my favorite thing you've ever made." I froze some (not too sure why) and turned some into compost.
Oh, and it's ok if the soup is kinda bland when this is the main course: