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March 11, 2012

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astrofiammante

buona buona, per me meglio anche dei canederli, è uno dei piatti che prendo sempre quando capito in trentino o alto adige, Robert è un buongustaio ;-)) stasera mi prendo la staffetta da Brii e domani mattina parto con la C, bacione one!!

bellini

This is such a hearty soup from a region unknown to me in Italy. There is so much to see or do there that it has been a challenge deciding on where to go.

Deb in Hawaii

This looks fantastic! I love barley soups--so hearty and satisfying. Thanks for sharing it with Souper Sundays. ;-)

Carol @ Always Thyme to Cook

I love barley, but never had hull-less, only pearl. Your soup looks fantastic!

tigerfish

Is hull-less barley the same as hulled barley? I have only used hulled and pearl barley before.

Frank

One of my favorite winter soups! It almost makes me sad to see winter on its way out. Almost…

DueSpaghetti

After seeing your post appear last night, we've returned again today to revisit it, because this barley soup just sounds so delicious! It's raining in Minneapolis today - a perfect day to put a pot of soup on the stove.

Aiuolik

Con la B abbiamo superato noi stesse: http://abcincucina.blogspot.com/2012/02/b-come-bolzano.html!!! Grazie per la partecipazione, ti aspetto in Veneto :-)

PS Abbiamo un problema con un blog e non posso ancora fare il collage e il video, spero di risolvere quanto prima!

Paz

Looks very nice; very filling.

Simona Carini

Ciao Marta. Io preferisco minestre con le verdure. Questa poi con le carote fa anche allegria a guardarla. In bocca al lupo con la C ;) Ci vediamo sulla laguna.

Ciao Val. Each region of Italy has its own personality. Having yet more places to see gives you an excuse to visit ;)

My pleasure, Deb. This soup is perfect for stormy weather even in your warm climate.

Hi Carol. Hull=less and hulled barley are whole grain, so they are more nutritious.

Hi tigerfish and thanks for your question. I added a note at the end of the post to clarify the difference between the two.

Dear Frank, the solution is to live in the Bay Area or elsewhere along the California coast, where chilly evenings can happen in the summer as well (and usually do), so then a bowl of hot soup is not only justified but absolutely necessary.

Totally recommended to warm up your body and soul in rainy Minneapolis. Maybe the next time I make it, I will use colorful beans, so it becomes even more cheerful. It's rainy here too and so a bit of color is welcome.

Ciao Aiuolik e grazie dell'aggiornamento. Mi sto gia' preparando ad andare a trovare Marta in Veneto.

Ciao Paz. I can tell you that it disappeared fast, which is always a good sign.


Kathy Italiaoutdoors

Looks wonderful, a nice warm soup is perfect for apres ski! I also have a problem finding recipe books for this region of Italy - my blog focuses solely on Northeastern Italy, which has amazing food, but tends to be a bit overlooked! Canderli, gnocchi, goulash, sauerkraut, lots of apple desserts, polenta, trout.

Move over to Friuli, and use your barley in a great orzotto, a barley risotto.

Glad I discovered your blog - will continue to check it out, and share posts with my readers :)

Simona Carini

Ciao Kathy and thanks for your visit and kind words. We will get to Friuli in the course of the Abbecedario and then I will wish to be able to eat a lot of prosciutto di San Daniele. The next leg of the tour is Veneto, an area you know well.

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