Winter is here, and one of my favorite types of meals during the winter season is soup. Soups are easy to make, they store well in the freezer, and root vegetables are abundant this time of year.

Sprinkling some Za’atar on top of each serving adds a lovely complementary flavor to the other spices and makes it aesthetically appealing. That’s right, my food has to look good, too! Don’t have Za’atar and want your food to look awesome for your guests? Sprinkle some black pepper and sesame seeds on it. They’ll think you’re a wiz in the kitchen. It’s that simple.

The recipe doesn’t call for peeling the potatoes or apples. I ain’t got no time for that! I also don’t have a lot of spare time to bake squash, so I simply use a quality peeler to peel my butternut squash. It works magically, and you won’t risk cutting yourself using a knife or have to wait an hour to bake it in the oven. Enjoy the awesomeness of this soup!


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