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Old 11-29-2007, 03:05 AM
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Don - yes, it's Corian, but I'm pretty sure it's "Maui". I remember liking Matterhorn a lot (and they are similar) but my uncle and aunt had Maui and so we liked it.

Glad you liked the soup. Yeah my nutmeg was a bit coarse as well. First I broke it into smaller pieces with a food mallet, then threw the pieces in my coffee grinder. It was still coarse, but must not have been as bad as yours because it didn't bother me. Sorry, try regular old ground nutmeg next time. That's what most people are used to and will like. My bad. Oh and I told you the blender was a non-issue! It rinsed right out with water.

Chuck - It's a solid 2. Go for it!
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No need to apologize about the nutmeg. I've got the ground stuff too, but I'm with you about going with fresh if you can. Next time I'm using the right tools, not downgrading! :music1:

And yes, I'll eat crow about the blender. :oops: . See, if I can get my lazy ass in gear, I can make good food!



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Don - yes, it's Corian, but I'm pretty sure it's "Maui". I remember liking Matterhorn a lot (and they are similar) but my uncle and aunt had Maui and so we liked it.

Glad you liked the soup. Yeah my nutmeg was a bit coarse as well. First I broke it into smaller pieces with a food mallet, then threw the pieces in my coffee grinder. It was still coarse, but must not have been as bad as yours because it didn't bother me. Sorry, try regular old ground nutmeg next time. That's what most people are used to and will like. My bad. Oh and I told you the blender was a non-issue! It rinsed right out with water.

Chuck - It's a solid 2. Go for it!
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I had to dig up this thread for the recipe since cloweman didn't copy all my old files to this computer like he was supposed to.

Making this sometime over the weekend.
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Bumped for my own sake, cant find the recipe on the old laptop. Im making this today or tomorrow.

I should say the search function on this site works quite well. Much better than most forums Ive tried it on.
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Bumped for my own sake, cant find the recipe on the old laptop. Im making this today or tomorrow.

I should say the search function on this site works quite well. Much better than most forums Ive tried it on.
You must be using a different search function that I. HEck I can type the exact name of a thread and get absolutely nothing.
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Bumped for my own sake, cant find the recipe on the old laptop. Im making this today or tomorrow.

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Thanks for bumping that CF. That was Fan-freakin-tastic! I hate squash, but loved that soup! Wife liked it, kids were so-so.

Does it keep well? I've got plenty of leftovers. Fridge? Freezer?

Again . . . AWESOME!
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Nice! Glad you liked it. Our kids didnt like it so much last night. 4yo forced it down in lieu of promises of a movie before bedtime. The 2yo gave the best icky face ever.

Not sure how long it will keep long-term. Last year I made it for Thanksgiving a few days in advance, just fridged it and heated it up, it was fine. Not sure about the freezer. Put some in the fridge for the weekend and freeze some. ??? Let me know.

My fettucine alfredo was outstanding tonight. Wine is incredible. Drinking the 2002 version of this. We cellared that baby for 5 years.
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My fettucine alfredo was outstanding tonight. Wine is incredible. Drinking the 2002 version of this. We cellared that baby for 5 years.
Wow. That's a great wine. LOL

I have to say, and so did my wife that the soup was really good. It surely didn't taste how we figured it would. It's very good. You really can't eat too much though. I tried, but failed. I think a small portion is plenty.

Ate it with seared ahi tuna (Egged), salmon (oven) and long grain and wild rice.

As others had said the kids were not so impressed with it. Baby girl ate it pretty well and wore a vast majority. LOL. Boys weren't eating too much although my big boy said he liked it, but didn't like all of the vitamins in it. The vitamins tasted bad. So he was back and fourth.
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