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Old 18.10.2016, 10:12
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Re: dunking biscuits

Why this fries obsession.. I kind of want to like them so much to want to dip them.

I actually like pizza crust my kid snubs, but I usually just do not dip it.

Chemmie, I like that cartoon. People are slaves to symmetry and their own taste buds. Reminds me family members sitting in front of nutella jar till it is empty.

So - what is everybody dunking today?
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Old 18.10.2016, 10:17
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A Cathedral city cheese sandwich in Heinz tomato soup. Little Rufus can be quite specific in her mid-morning demands...
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Old 18.10.2016, 10:22
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A Cathedral city cheese sandwich in Heinz tomato soup. Little Rufus can be quite specific in her mid-morning demands...
Hmmm, good dunking material! Especially grilled cheddar/ham sandwich, I will do that today and see if my soup will pass with it, Indian zucchini soup on its own is too granola for my kid.
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Old 18.10.2016, 11:06
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A Cathedral city cheese sandwich in Heinz tomato soup. Little Rufus can be quite specific in her mid-morning demands...
For the adults, well sort of, try Heinz tomato soup with an egg poached in it, small pieces of bread scattered on the top, with grated Cathedral City (or other cheese) scattered over that, then stuck under the grill until the cheese bubbles.
Yummy!
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Old 18.10.2016, 12:45
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Re: dunking biscuits

Tomato soup is my fave, but I find the heinz too sweet for me. So i saw this recipe somewhere... if you have crap tomatoes, this is a good use.

Roast tomatoes at 200 degrees in the oven, little olive oil, salt, garlic clove, maybe an onion.

When the tomatoes become brown, throw it all into a blender/food processor ...squeeze the garlic out of its skin, toss it in too. Process. I have a vitamix so it mashes it all seeds and everything. You end up with a thick consistency.

To make tomato soup, add half water or stock, season and there you go.

Tuna melt, grilled cheese, grilled ham and cheese and tomato soup. Love.

Unroasted tomatoes with olive oil, chilies, cilantro etc make a great salsa - again in the high speed blender. (For dunking tortilla chips)
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