Fall in Love With Autumn All Over Again with Natural Handcrafted Soap .
My favorite Season,mother nature at her Best, leaf-kicking perfect.
We have had our summer evenings, now for October eves!
In the fall, as the air grows crisp and the days get shorter,
it’s always great to have those natural soap
to bathing on again and again.
Autumn is here!
Happy Autumn Everyone ! Sorry we not make Pumpkin Soaps ,because Fresh pumpkin pie scent is so good
but not to wash our body ,you’ll will smells like grandmother’s baked.
For some reason I prefer Almond and Hazelnut Soap ! Try this ! Hazelnut Almond
Hazelnut oil is high in essential fatty acids and is also soothing and healing to dry, irritated skin.
Our products are produced using the highest quality.
This soap is GREAT for the cold dry weather.
It is moisturizing soap that actually keeps the skin from chapping and feeling dry in the Fall- winter.
But if you want a great recipe for Granny Santa Lucia Try This Italian Recipe for Pumpkin Soup
‘Santa Lucia CREMA DI ZUCCA or PUMPKIN SOUP
Autumn in Tuscany is different from the autumns I grew up with in Brazil, and we’re almost in October now , you only feel that the autumn has arrived. Well, you can see it as well but only because of subtle changes of light and temperature, the trees are still green and they will remain so for quite a while.
CREMA DI ZUCCA or PUMPKINSOUP
Grandma’s Santa Lucia
1 kg/35,3 oz pumpkin (weight with the rind)
2 small onions
- Peel the onions and slice them.
-Clean the pumpkin of the rind and cut it into slices of about 1 cm. Put it together with the onion in a frying pan with some olive oil, salt it and fry gently for 10-15 minutes.
– When the pumpkin is sottish but not mushy, you put it and the onion into a food processor together with 6-8 basil leaves and run until it’s creamy.
– Pour the pumpkin cream into a pan and dilute it with water until you get the consistency you like (I like it thick).
– Heat it up, check the salt and grind some pepper over it. Serve it with lemon so that those who wants can squeeze some over the soup. I like it a lot because it gives it a more stingy taste!