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  1. Oh Pang, the photography is just spectacular in this post. I feel like I can touch the fuzziness of the squash’s stem and every single nubby textured surface of the gorgeous orbs. The soups are beautifully presented and your choice of vessel perfectly shows off the 2 colors. I love the burlap square under the soup dish….a perfect seasonal touch. I don’t know how to watermark my blog photos yet but these are of professional quality and I think you should watermark them to protect your work. You have a true gift. This post made my heart skip a beat from its sheer beauty!

    • Pang

      Awww.. Johanne, you are the sweetest to be concerned about my photos. I appreciate it very much. I feel like giving you huge hugs for that. I do have all my photos digital watermarked; you won’t see it on the photos though.

      Thank you SO SO SO MUCH for all your kind words.
      XOXO

    • Pang

      I am always so psyched you stopped by, Laura & Nora. Thank you..Thank you..Thank you so much for your kind words.
      xoxo


  2. Gone are the smooth, bright orange pumpkins of my childhood. In are pumpkins in every possibly shade of color. And are the pumpkins of today smooth? Oh no. . .they are full of warts and yet they are oh-so-beautiful (I never though I would be saying that about warts. . .hmmm). Can I say that I’m just loving your photos of these warty beauties.

    And that soup? How stunning is it? Not only would it be great for a Thanksgiving meal. . .but it would also be superb as a precursor to any dinner party you are aiming to impress.

    • Pang

      I truly love those warty beauties, too, Lynn. You are so sweet & funny 🙂
      So happy you like the photos. I aim to please, my friend 😛
      XOXO

    • Pang

      hahaha… someday, my friend 🙂
      Thank you so much for being here, Thalia. I am happy you like it.
      xoxo

    • Pang

      Thank you so SO much for your kind words, Margherita 🙂


  3. I love this idea! Pairing these two soups sounds incredibly good as well. I am so glad it is both season for squash AND soup – my favorite things about fall. So good, Pang! <3

    • Pang

      So happy you like this idea, Tessa 🙂 I appreciate you being here so much. xoxo


  4. We never get these varieties here Pang…I am so intrigued! They are so rustic and vibrant and spectacular. But the soup is the best…two toned, how wonderful! I’ll be super impressed if someone served that to me.

    • Pang

      If you can’t find black futsu squash in your area, you can use butternut squash (or even pumpkin) instead, Sonali. Thank you so much for your kind words, Lady. So sweet of you & xoxo


  5. Wow, that’s an impressive soup and photos to say the least!!! I just spotted these lovely photos on the Beautiful Food Photography board! Love it!!!

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for your lovely words, Steph. Really appreciate you are being here. 🙂 xoxo


  6. I can go for soup all year round. Loving your styling of the soup out here and the soup does sounds super YUM!

    • Pang

      Yay!!!!! I’m so happy you like the styling, Kankana 🙂 Thank youuuuu


  7. This looks absolutely delicious Pang! I LOVE parsnips and squash… so this is right up my alley! What a truly beautiful presentation…

    • Pang

      Thank you so much for your kind words, Jackie. I am SO glad you like the recipe & photo. 🙂 xoxo


  8. Omg this soup looks gorgeous!!! I love how it’s two toned -so creative! I bet it tastes great 😀

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for your kind words, Anne. 🙂 I am so glad you like the post.


    • Pang

      Thank you so much for your kind words, Stephanie. I am so glad you like the photo, and I hope those soups make it to your Thanksgiving party 🙂


  9. I have never seen this variety of pumpkin. They are so beautiful and your pictures are gorgeous. I love the idea of mixing or combining two soups. Love love the styling! 🙂

    • Pang

      Thank you so so so much for your kind words, Rakhee. I am SO HAPPY you like the photos & styling. Yay!!!!! 🙂

  10. Ann

    TWO-TONE Soup. TWO-TONE Soup!!….such a creative work. Look so pretty. Amazing photos (…..again), great color combinations, cool props and everything ja 😀 I know I need to say this again in the future because your works are always stunning!!

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