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November 07, 2004

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pam

I love the Carnival and have tried a few of the recipes.

This soup looks wonderful!

Shelagh

What is "half and half"? I have some stilton that needs using and this looks gorgeous.

barrett

Fascinating recipe. Do the stringy bits of the celery blend up well, or do you need to troll them out before serving?

Richard

I worry that the egg isn't getting cooked enough to be safe?

Robert

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Mary Beth

Just a message of support -- I've always enjoyed "the soup" and the witty descriptions found here. It would be too bad to lose it because of the actions of a bunch of not-a-clue-at-all lawyer types. Geesh. I can see how you would really be a threat to them.

Pete

What is half and half? I've been cooking seriously for about 20 years and never heard of it.

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Kake

"Half and half" is a mixture of whole milk and single cream in equal volumes.

Lisa

Very good. Made it with gorgonzola and loved it. Would make an excellent opener for a dinner party.

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