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Also, I felt like a baller on Friday, WF had scallops for $10 off--and I could afford them!
post #6407 of 7382
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

While I appreciate the suggestion (0) a non-mgm-level of complexity would be good, too. smile.gif

Make a duck breast, take the breast out of the pan, add kumquats halved lengthwise and a little cognac, scrape up the juicy bits, add some butter off the heat and swirl it in.
post #6408 of 7382
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

While I appreciate the suggestion (0) a non-mgm-level of complexity would be good, too. smile.gif

I think that is as simple a recipe I can suggest. I rarely cook with them. The container is usually empty within a few hours of purchase.
post #6409 of 7382
What do you think of limequats? I like them, but I can't go through them in one sitting like I can kumquats.
post #6410 of 7382
Have never seen them. We get mandarinquats, but I've never tried them. I am quite frankly getting fed up with all these hybrid citrus fruits.
post #6411 of 7382
OK now you guys are just making up names.
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Originally Posted by mgm9128 View Post

Have never seen them. We get mandarinquats, but I've never tried them. I am quite frankly getting fed up with all these hybrid citrus fruits.

If limequats is a hybrid with limes, and mandarinquat is a hybrid with mandarins, what's a kumquat a hybrid with confused.gif
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Originally Posted by sonick View Post

If limequats is a hybrid with limes, and mandarinquat is a hybrid with mandarins, what's a kumquat a hybrid with confused.gif

post #6414 of 7382
Really, CG? And I thought you were one of the mature ones.
post #6415 of 7382
That's a real chain unfortunately.
post #6416 of 7382
I made a nice batch of blueberry ice cream Sunday. After I had some with the kids, then freezer.

I keep my freezer at 2 of 10 (10 being colder). But the ice cream freezes like a brick of molybdenum (save Matt the step) and requires a microwave (or blowtorch) so I can scoop it.

Is there something I can do so it has more the frozen consistency of store bought? Store bought in the same freezer setting doesn't freeze nearly as hard.
post #6417 of 7382
Yes. There is.
post #6418 of 7382
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

I made a nice batch of blueberry ice cream Sunday. After I had some with the kids, then freezer.

I keep my freezer at 2 of 10 (10 being colder). But the ice cream freezes like a brick of molybdenum (save Matt the step) and requires a microwave (or blowtorch) so I can scoop it.

Is there something I can do so it has more the frozen consistency of store bought? Store bought in the same freezer setting doesn't freeze nearly as hard.

You should try Google.
post #6419 of 7382
First off, stop quoting idfnl.

Second off, why were you making blueberry icecream at one of the worst times to do so?

Third off, because i'm not iamstillanasshole: http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2007/07/tips-for-making-1/
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nvm
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