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The novice's guide to becoming a smooth(ie) operator 09/10/15, via Lagniappe

It has been a few years since I owned a proper blender other than my beloved immersion blender (which Chef Emeril Lagasse refers to as a boat motor). The last one I owned was a There are as many bad-tasting versions as good. Find them at GNC stores 

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Red pepper relish 09/10/15, via Christian Science Monitor

I love good pepper jelly, the wobbly kind with little bits of pepper suspended in the jar. The kind ladies used to bring to the If there are any large pieces of pepper in the pot, you can use an immersion blender to break them up. 4. When the jam

Which Immersion Blenders Are Best?

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Consumer Reports runs six immersion blenders through the paces to see which perform the best.

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e-Study Guide for: Plant Design and Economics for Chemical Engineers by Max Peters, ISBN 9780072392661

e-Study Guide for: Plant Design and Economics for Chemical Engineers by Max Peters, ISBN 9780072392661

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Never Highlight a Book Again! Just the FACTS101 study guides give the student the textbook outlines, highlights, practice quizzes and optional access to the full practice tests for their textbook.

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What’s for supper Vol. 3: Pork, fries, and pizza two meals in a row

Last week I posted about all the delicious foods I cook for my family and admittedly, it had been a good week. This week has been less stellar, a combination of not feeling it, having a parade of sick babies and being too hot to cook (summer’s last Hurrah has seen temperatures rise over 30 degrees Celsius in my area. ) We’ve also had to shop for fall clothes, go to the clinic (twice) and generally cope with sleepless nights and hectic days. Don’t forget to visit the instigator of the What’s for supper linkup, Simcha Fisher. In true social media fashion, I neglected to take pictures on our less-than-stellar meals. Chicken drumsticks, green beans and leftover red cabbage slaw. Any coleslaw gets better after a few days in the fridge, remember that. I cook the entire Costco pallet of chicken drumsticks regardless of the number of people eating. If we have 11 people around the table, it will barely be enough but this time we had leftovers. You are probably wondering what I use to marinate the chicken to perfection. I often hear about people who can’t figure out how I fit everything in a day. But the truth is (a) I don’t. I have lost pounds of meat to spoilage because I kept forgetting to marinate the wretched thing day after day. If I feel like a master cook, I might remember salt and pepper. The kids don’t care: it’s chicken. Remember the simple things like salt, pepper and onion flakes. On Tuesday my parents came for a visit and asked me to call-in a pizza pick-up that the children would like. I called the pick-up and they showed-up with the pizza. After they left, it was too hot to cook but mercifully there was enough pizza, desserts and juice to make a second meal out of it. This is one I forgot to immortalize so you’ll have to believe me. Nobody died, nobody got scurvy and children’s... On Wednesday, we decided to do an errands run into town. Which in husband-speak meant: shop for clothes at the children’s consignment store, buy groceries, socks and underwear at the Superstore, go to Costco, eat and hit the mall with the teenagers for their clothes shopping. Believe it or not, we made it (with 5 minutes to spare before the mall closed). We have this thing figured out. We can do Costco and supper in under an hour. Then my husband takes one teen to do the groceries (we need two carts) and I hit the snack bar with the rest of them. We eat fries, chicken fingers and hot dogs, we never buy drinks. My husband comes out the cash line and eats the leftovers and the teenager grabs a poutine for the road. No, I don’t have pictures of that one either. Thai squash and coconut soup with shrimps. This is hands down my family’s favorite soup. I rarely make it because it involves peeling and cubing a squash, which makes me run for the hills. Thankfully butternut squash keeps forever in the pantry: I had two specimen waiting since the beginning of August and so I decided to be a good mom and make something all my kids enjoyed. My children don’t like chunks in their soup so I skip the part where half the squash is boiled and the other half is kept in cubes for the soup. I just boil and process the whole darn thing. The recipe instructs you to chop the onion, sweet pepper etc. What you should know now is that everything gets processed in a blender at some point. So don’t obsess over having perfectly square cubes or you’ll cry later. I chop everything coarsely. If you use fish sauce, don’t forget to crank the range hood way up while it evaporates or the stinky fishy smell will not only cling to your clothes and your hair, it will make the kids run upstairs and swear never to taste what smells so awful. Your husband will come home and wonder who’s rotting in the cellar. Just make sure the air is on full blast before you add the fish sauce. I use raw peeled shrimps. They taste way better — less rubbery — if they cook in the soup but who has time to peel whole shrimps. You don’t need to blast the heat to cook the shrimps and the coconut milk. In fact, both will be better off if you cook them slightly using residual heat (if the shrimps are small) or on a low simmer. I have yet to find raw peeled shrimps anywhere else than Superstore. An immersion blender is your best friend. It makes the clean-up so unbelievably quicker than using the regular blender. This is a staple of the large family kitchen: I make soup,.

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Oster Hand Blender with Blending Cup 2614 Immersion Blender - 08/14/15, via goodhousekeeping.com

Available in white. oster.com Oster Hand Blender with Blending Cup 2614... Kalorik Good Morning Stick Mixer HB-01 Immersion... The Sharper Image Stainless Steel Blender 8130D... Waring Pro Professional Immersion Blender SB10...

This Summer Immerse Yourself in the Benefits of the All-Clad Immersion Blender - 07/22/15, via Examiner

Free yourself from the constraints of the traditional blender with the All-Clad High-Performance Immersion Blender. Retail priced at only $99.95, it is lightweight, portable and powerful. Use it to quickly and easily blend everything from thick milkshakes ...

Top 10 Best Hand Blenders - 07/14/15, via heavy.com

There’s a lot to like about immersion and hand-held blenders. Many people choose them for the fact that they provide plenty of power for many cooking needs, whether it’s whipping cream, pureeing soup, or a similar task. Depending on your budget and ...

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Split Pea Soup
Split Pea Soup
Adapted from 201 Gluten Free Recipes for Kids, I pureed the finished product instead of leaving chunks of veggies, had to use more water and added pepper, turmeric and a tiny bit of chives for flavour. Simple Split Pea Soup Serves 4 ½ tbsp olive oil 1 medium onion, diced 1 large carrot, diced 1 russet potato, diced 6 cups gluten-free, low sodium vegetable broth 1 bay leaf ½ tsp dried parsley ¼ tsp cumin ¼ tsp black pepper ¼ tsp turmeric 1 cup yellow split peas 2 tbsp minced chives Heat oil in a large pot over medium heat. Add onion, carrot and potato and cook, stirring, until softened – about 10 minutes. Stir in the remaining ingredients (except the chives). Cover and cook 15 minutes. Uncover and cook a further 35 minutes, until everything is very soft. Using an immersion blender (or a regular blender in batches), puree until smooth. Stir in the chives and serve. reviews.yummysmells.ca/2014/04/201-gluten-free-recipes-fo...
Photo by yummysmellsca on Flickr
Split Pea Soup
Split Pea Soup
Adapted from 201 Gluten Free Recipes for Kids, I pureed the finished product instead of leaving chunks of veggies, had to use more water and added pepper, turmeric and a tiny bit of chives for flavour. Simple Split Pea Soup Serves 4 ½ tbsp olive oil 1 medium onion, diced 1 large carrot, diced 1 russet potato, diced 6 cups gluten-free, low sodium vegetable broth 1 bay leaf ½ tsp dried parsley ¼ tsp cumin ¼ tsp black pepper ¼ tsp turmeric 1 cup yellow split peas 2 tbsp minced chives Heat oil in a large pot over medium heat. Add onion, carrot and potato and cook, stirring, until softened – about 10 minutes. Stir in the remaining ingredients (except the chives). Cover and cook 15 minutes. Uncover and cook a further 35 minutes, until everything is very soft. Using an immersion blender (or a regular blender in batches), puree until smooth. Stir in the chives and serve. reviews.yummysmells.ca/2014/04/201-gluten-free-recipes-fo...
Photo by yummysmellsca on Flickr
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Calphalon Immersion Hand Blender
Calphalon Immersion Hand Blender
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