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Re: Wedding gifts/kitchen gadets

I didn't consider myself a gadget person until I read this posting! I use a
crockpot for beans and all kinds of soups in the winter. It's great coming home
and having dinner ready. I use a handheld blender for soy smoothies and pureeing
(sp) hot and cold soups. I use a food processor constantly! It makes gazpacho and
cold cucumber soup a breeze. It's also great for hummus and tofu pudding, and my
new summer kick-making sorbet by processing frozen fruit.


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> Date:   Sun, 18 Jul 1999 12:38:20 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Otto <otto@xxxxxxx>
> Subject: Wedding Gifts
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> Someone once told me that the best way to get stuff is to get married.  It
> turned out to be right.  Now I have some kitchen items that I have NO IDEA
> what to do with.  My neat-freak husband is now having a fit because I
> havn't used these items yet (in the three weeks since), and I was hoping
> that I could get some suggestions/recipes.
> The gagetry includes:
> Crock Pot
> Hand Held Blender
> Food Processor
> Toaster Oven
> Also, what is the point to an electric skillet?  My cousin seemed to think
> that I needed one...
> Thank you all in advace for any comments or suggestions.
> Otto's Punk Rock Ranch for Wayward Girls
> http://w3.one.net/~otto
> Experience is the worst teacher.  It always gives the test first and
> the instruction afterward.
> John, water the plants or they will die.
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