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    Last week i had a couple spinich omlets biscuits and sausage gravy oyster omlet beef stew spaghetti rib steak with french fries sandwiches a salad and a a tv dinner

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    today was kimchi and sushi 3 times . kinchi will clear your sinus

    congestion now I love it with a California roll and a glass of milk .


    the little women wont touch kimchi lol if you try it only use the kind that's still alive in coolers not the canned dead stuff

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    I made green gazpacho last night. Very good. Extremely easy to make if you have a quality blender.

    • Blend cucumbers, zucchini, onion, olive oil, basil leaves, and lemon juice together in a blender until smooth; add cream, salt, and pepper and pulse until smooth.
    • Refrigerate soup until chilled, at least 1 hour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    I made green gazpacho last night. Very good. Extremely easy to make if you have a quality blender.
    never had it

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    as i type Im having a rib eye steak with gravy and 3 scrambled eggs with milk and garlic and a bit of italian seasoning mixed in

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    Quote Originally Posted by bulletbob View Post
    never had it
    It is basically a cold soup. The Euros eat it a lot in the summer because many people still don't have AC there. There are many ways to make it. The most popular is tomato based.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    It is basically a cold soup. The Euros eat it a lot in the summer because many people still don't have AC there. There are many ways to make it. The most popular is tomato based.
    I like tomato based soups so Ill check it out thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bulletbob View Post
    I like tomato based soups so Ill check it out thanks
    If you have a good blender and space in the fridge, it is extremely easy to make.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    If you have a good blender and space in the fridge, it is extremely easy to make.

    I went to a farmers market today and got some locally produced beefsteak tomatoes , I plan on roasting them after pealing with some Italian seasoning shallots balsamic vinegar garlic and a sprinkle of sugar and some jalapeno peppers chopped add some olive oil for a base.

    ill add vegetable broth made from onions and green sweet peppers celery and carrots and a bit of sun dried tomatoes and sweet onions and a bit of basil . I will strain it add the liquid to the roasted tomatoes and mix then chill
    I will top off the mixture with some scallions and cucumber slice paper thin , maybe add a dollop of sour cream.

    Ill save the strained veggies to make chicken soup or vegetable soup along with a bit of broth.


    thanks peter for turning me on to it ,I think ill try the tomato then others but I love tomato based anything.

    I will probably try it cold and hot maybe with some fresh baked sour dough bread or a flat bread
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    o peter I told the better half about it and she was excited about it, shes very health eating type 70 percent of the time.

    I do most of the cooking shes got a small business . I don't work but keep busy she enjoys work but hasn't got a lot of time for home choirs so take sure we have time for fun . we do have one of her staff come in every 2 weeks to help clean.

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