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January 31, 2009

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I have the same trouble with bad soups. You know I went to all the trouble making the bad soup I will be damned if someone isn't going to eat it. So I will just freeze it cause you know mrChaos can eat it when I'm at work. Or maybe I'll be in a bad soup and bread for dinner mood some day.

"Time to clean out my freezer!" I've been saying the same thing for TWO YEARS! I vow never to buy another g**damn thing until that g**damn freezer is empty. The result is I still can't even get a frozen pizza in it. Ugh. Help? I don't even want to know what's on the bottom.

I thought I was the only one who had the bad soup guilt. I relegate it to the back of the refrigerator, thinking I'll get around to eating it, but it goes bad before I can and then I pour it down the drain.

I have to laugh at your clutter because I have, like, NO space to let that kind of stuff accumulate. My refrigerator and pantry are empty compared to most people's and I buy meals for only a couple of days at a time.

Keeps my freezer from looking like my grandmother's though, and that's a good thing!

*sigh* You've reminded me that I have a duck carcass and a chicken carcass that need to be turned into stock. I'm not even sure what I'm going to do with the duck stock once it's made. Gumbo, maybe?

Mulligatawny. Needs Curry Leaves. A good excuse to visit that new local Indian grocery. LOCAL.

Adele -- Does duck stock need a special occasion? If you add some veg (maybe mushrooms?), it will be warm winter soup. If you add some kind of meat, it will still be soup. Mmm.

Strangely, I've got some lobster broth I've already made and I have NO IDEA what to do with it. NO IDEA. It's Nuts.

Almost the same thing happened to us - our freezer died last summer, forcing me to clean it out (something I'd been planning for months). But somehow, a few weeks ago I managed to come across corn that was, I dunno, 5 years old. Freeze dried shriveled up corn - very sad looking indeed. Needless to say, it went into the compost crock instead of the burrito mix!

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