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Old 05-16-2006, 08:51 PM   #1
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Berry soup-rec.

Tired, want ot relax with something cold and sweet sitting by the pool in the shade?

My guys love this..
Berry Soup
1-c. strawberries
1-c. raspberries
1/3-c. sugar
1/2-c. sour cream
1/2-c. heavy cream
1-1/2-c. water
1/2-c. rose wine
Place berries and sugar into blender and puree. Pour into a pitcher and stir in creams til blended. Add water and wine, chill, enjoy

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What an utterly gorgeous recipe! I would love to sit back and dip a spoon into that all summer long
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Old 05-17-2006, 08:38 PM   #3
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What an utterly gorgeous recipe! I would love to sit back and dip a spoon into that all summer long
Thanks Jessica,
I enjoy it in the evening when it's still warm but the sun has set and I can just sit still and enjoy without having to , change a diaper, wipe a nose, make a bottle What I have done at times is leave out the water and wine and add some milk, or more cream and ice cream, then buzz it up but not thin it out to much and then I do use a spoon

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This sounds interesting. I wonder how it would taste with a sparkling demi sec as opposed to a rose.
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Old 05-17-2006, 09:18 PM   #5
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I've never tried it, but I'll do so the next batch I make..I like having suggestions that will improve a recipe. Thanks

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Thanks Jessica,
I enjoy it in the evening when it's still warm but the sun has set and I can just sit still and enjoy without having to , change a diaper, wipe a nose, make a bottle What I have done at times is leave out the water and wine and add some milk, or more cream and ice cream, then buzz it up but not thin it out to much and then I do use a spoon

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I'd be leaving out the wine if I make it (which I hope to, and soon!), I'm happy to hear you say first-hand that it still tastes divine...Yum this would be great on Canada Day (red colour of the soup for the red in the flag), I may make it then
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I'd be leaving out the wine if I make it (which I hope to, and soon!), I'm happy to hear you say first-hand that it still tastes divine...Yum this would be great on Canada Day (red colour of the soup for the red in the flag), I may make it then
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leave out the wine, we could substitute, a sparkling water, or apple cider or even 7-up, I have added cream or milk and left out the water, then added several scoops of ice cream, so as far as I go, I like it just as well without spirits as with...Maybe even better and it's better for me

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I certainly do like the idea of sitting by the pool with a cool drink.
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