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August 11, 2011

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Tracey

I had to laugh since I too learned that same lesson with an immersion blender! What a mess it can make and so very quickly too.xx

MaryBeth

Ellen...you gave me a delightful morning chuckle when I envisioned the mess. We all have done the same thing 'once' in our lives. Mine was with tomatoes, also. And the older version of Moosewood is the best!! Hugs

Kristen

Funny! (Although sorry you had a big mess to clean up :) The gazpacho looks wonderful...something I've never tried. Here is my summer cooking link:
http://wishingforpineneedles.typepad.com/wishing_for_pine_needles/2011/08/summer-cooking-homemade-salsa.html

Anya

Sounds a little bit like my lemon mousse experience. Lemon juice and seeds and mess everywhere!

Jodi

Great minds must think alike! I just posted my gazpacho concoction! The Moosewood has a great recipe -- mine's just a spin-off of theirs! Yum.

amanda {the habit of being}

yes, there is a bit of a learning curve with an immersion blender but after, you'll wonder how you did without one! and gazpacho. i.love.gazpacho!

Jodi

Yes! Cucumber soup....Another wonderful recipe. How about the tabouli??? I need to make a batch of that too. Is there anything bad in the Moosewood?

Ellen

Jodi - haven't tried everything from there of course, but I would probably say no.

swanski

It was a lesson that had to be learned! Now you know, my dad bought me one years ago and I love it. I made split pea soup yesterday!

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