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Old 07-31-2012, 05:51 PM   #501
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The only thing I really seem to have the desire to eat these days is mashed potatoes and soup.

In the summer? I wonder if every woman thought the same thing that I did when I read this
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"My fave is probably the pompelmo; the aranciata rossa was too sweet. I just wish I could find the Sanbitter and Chino, but I don't think they're sold in the US."
I've only seen the Limonata and Aranciata varieties, & only available in family owned delis and specialty stores. I would speculate that any of the varieties that they make are equally available through a distributor; but that, & in order for it to be worth-it for a store to actually carry one, it would have to purchased in a sufficiently large quantity. And so, it might not be practical to dedicate that amount of shelf space to have so many of the sweet orange varieties, which seem sort of similar. e.g., The Amara looks, to me, like it might taste a little like Orangina, which is probably the more popular option here in the States. The Chinotto though, I would guess is kind of a risky investment. It's probably not too unlike Compari in that there's people that go crazy for it; but that, for most of the rest of us, it doesn't make too much sense unless paired or diluted with some sort of tonic or juice.
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In the summer? I wonder if every woman thought the same thing that I did when I read this
I had those same thoughts as well... now I could certainly go for a nice "cold soup" like GOLD'S BORSCHT with a DOLLOP of SOUR CREAM

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I had those same thoughts as well... now I could certainly go for a nice "cold soup" like GOLD'S BORSCHT with a DOLLOP of SOUR CREAM

Yes, I know I'm crazy! But I also haven't been feeling the best lately and had a lot of dental work done this summer so soup and mashed potatoes are easy to eat
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Yes, I know I'm crazy! But I also haven't been feeling the best lately and had a lot of dental work done this summer so soup and mashed potatoes are easy to eat
Quite understandable- hope you are feeling better and thankfully there are more than enough choices of soups to try....
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Iced tea, especially made the old-fashioned way.

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Corndogs.

I love Sonic's crunchy and perfect covered in yellow mustard.

I love Trade Day's(google it) foot long sweet corn bread batter corndogs with spicy yellow and hot sauce.

I'm obsessed with my Ya-ya's pickled sausage wrapped in tempura,dipped in homemade buttermilk ranch.

I even like the breakfast corn dogs with pancake batter and sausage,dipped in syrup.

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Speaking of soup---I had gazpacho for the first time this weekend. It was....amazing. I could eat/drink it every day. Cold spicy tomato soup with a ton of chopped veggies and so easy to make it's unreal.

Also had fish tacos for the first time--blue corn crusted cod chunks on soft tortillas with shredded jack cheese, lettuce, tomato and avocado mayo. Bliss.
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Lately, I have been really into putting Nutella on top of my ice cream....Works quite well.
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Kimchi and gimbap. Not together of course. A nice Korean couple sells it near my job so I always stock up when i have time
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Tabouli. Casbah makes a great boxed version, with lots of parsley and just a hint of mint: better than what I've had in most restaurants!
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This is ridiculous, But I'm stuck on Subway. Like reaaaaallly bad. I get a foot long Turkey Bacon Avocado on Italian bread, Double meat, double cheese. I Just keep craving it! Sometimes I just get two subs, and the cookies are soooo good!
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Speaking of soup---I had gazpacho for the first time this weekend. It was....amazing. I could eat/drink it every day. Cold spicy tomato soup with a ton of chopped veggies and so easy to make it's unreal.

Also had fish tacos for the first time--blue corn crusted cod chunks on soft tortillas with shredded jack cheese, lettuce, tomato and avocado mayo. Bliss.

Congrats on the fish tacos! The condiment options served with those tacos south of the border are amazing. There's usually a huge tray with all kinds of goodies to top them.
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This is ridiculous, But I'm stuck on Subway. Like reaaaaallly bad. I get a foot long Turkey Bacon Avocado on Italian bread, Double meat, double cheese. I Just keep craving it! Sometimes I just get two subs, and the cookies are soooo good!
Agreed! I have long been an Italian BMT fan ( toasted, with pepper jack, lettuce, tomato, pickle, green, yellow, and jalapeno peppers; mustard and red wine vinegrette).

But lately, I've been getting the Steak and Double cheese toasted. Any bread as long as its not the flat bread.
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Pre-sliced pound cake, in the clam shell containers found in the bakery section of most grocery stores.

Cake easily eaten one handed.
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I loved Sobe teas that were flavored with pear or peach, but they seem to be history now. So I've been making my own tea and using this as the sweetener. Really good.



I also tried the pear nectar, but it's got that pear grittiness.
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1) It's blood orange season, and I'm on a mission to find more ways to use them.

2) Mascarpone! I recently tried it with brownies, and it was fantastic. I added a little espresso powder to a brownie mix and baked as directed. When they were cool, I frosted them with mascarpone and sprinkled some cinnamon on top. I'd use a little less next time. I wasn't sure how much to use, and an 8 oz. container was a lot for an 8" x 8" pan of brownies. Not in a bad way, though.
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I also bought the pineapple for pina coladas, but have not tried it yet.

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1) It's blood orange season, and I'm on a mission to find more ways to use them.

2) Mascarpone! I recently tried it with brownies, and it was fantastic. I added a little espresso powder to a brownie mix and baked as directed. When they were cool, I frosted them with mascarpone and sprinkled some cinnamon on top. I'd use a little less next time. I wasn't sure how much to use, and an 8 oz. container was a lot for an 8" x 8" pan of brownies. Not in a bad way, though.
Did you sweeten the cheese?
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No, it balances nicely without adding anything. I've been getting good mascarpone from Trader Joe's, but I've also made mock mascarpone in the past (to go with chocolate bread) by adding a little sugar and vanilla to cream cheese.
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White wine, at the moment. I seem to have gotten over my red wine kick.

That and dark chocolate with sea salt and caramel from Trader Joe's. The stuff is chocolate paradise.
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Cheese and orange marmalade on either a good baguette or water crackers! Sooooo sooooo good!!
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Oh my goodness, that looks delicious. I need to pick some up at the store when I can.
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