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Soup fits any time of year, adapting to the weather and whatever produce is plentiful, from hot, hearty bowls built on roots and squash in the winter to chilled purées of ripe tomatoes or zucchini in the summer.Proof spring is soup season, too: This bright bowl packed with peas, leeks, spinach and herbs|Ellie Krieger|April 8, 2021|Washington Post
Fill champagne flute about 1/4 the way up with puree and top off with great champagne.Celeb Chefs' Holiday Cocktails|Jacquelynn D. Powers|November 19, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Freshly grated pear barely needs any sweetening, which is why we encourage you to make the pear puree yourself.How Top Chefs Stay Thin|Rachel Syme|December 15, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Saag Paneer—also known as Palak Paneer—is curried spinach puree with chunks of Indian cheese, and it is a dish with a bad rap.What to Eat: Indian Dinner|Cookstr.com|October 27, 2009|DAILY BEAST
When the vegetables are soft, cool briefly, then puree them, along with the stock, in a blender or food processor in two batches.What to Eat: An Adult Halloween Dinner Party|The Daily Beast|October 20, 2009|DAILY BEAST
The olives were unbelievable, maybe the best thing: olive puree surrounded by a sleeve of something that kept them together.Inside Spain's Most Legendary Kitchen|Katie Workman|August 25, 2009|DAILY BEAST
We have puree of spinach on our list, and if we can get any spinach I will show you how to boil it so as to keep its color.
After the salmon is rubbed through the sieve it is called puree or pulp of salmon.
You remember what I told you about spinach soup yesterday—puree of spinach with cream soup, colored green with spinach.
In Europe the puree of lettuce is served as a vegetable, just as the puree of spinach is.
Cream soups are a combination of vegetables, puree and milk.Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book|Mary A. Wilson