Soups freeze well pretty consistently. Even if they contain some of the veggies on the no-no list, soups do a good job masking anything that might have changed texturally a bit, or even making soggy vegetables taste perfect! I always make big batches of the Moosewood cookbook's carrot soup, for instance (http://www.slashfood.com/2007/08/21/the-original-moosewood-carrot-soup-recipe/), and then freeze it in several containers so I can defrost it little by little. Often I'll get a rotisserie chicken for dinner one night, and then add the leftover pieces of chicken to some defrosted soup the next night. I'm always satisfied with it.
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|9/26/12 11:41 AM|
I definitely agree with the above posters--mis-matched can look cool, especially if you make it look intentional!
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|9/11/12 5:27 PM|
Thank you all for your comments! I will definitely try a soy-based paint stripper or Ready Strip--no idea why none of the three local hardware stores I visited (including Home Depot) had any; people I spoke to at all three stores had no idea what to recommend to me!
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|7/30/12 7:19 PM|