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 Post subject: Cantaloupe Soup with Rum Swirl
New postPosted: June 15th, 2011, 7:48 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Cantaloupe Soup with Rum Swirl
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Please tell us more about the cantaloupe soup.

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 Post subject: Re: Cantaloupe Soup with Rum Swirl
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The canteloupes are from the Crescent City Farmer's market...seeded, diced and ground. Chilled with spices and basil, it's served with a twirl of rum spiked cream

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The best single dish that I have ever eaten was a bowl of melon soup (cantaloupe soup) at L'Os a Moelle in Paris. The host guy brought everyone in the dining room a bowl with some little dried doohickies and herbs in them, then came back later with a large pot of the soup to put into each bowl. Between the time that he placed the bowls and came back with the pot of soup, he had to yell at everyone in the restaurant to not eat the things in the bowls. It was very funny. I have not dined there in a while, but that used to be one of my favorite restaurants in Paris. The staff are/were wonderful and the food was always wonderful.

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