I recently bought a stick blender and made an amazing butternut squash soup, so now I want to make more blended soups. But apparently I'm kind of picky and disagreeable and don't really know what I want, so googling for recipes has left me cold. It's made a bit worse in that I hate cooking (although I'm more than competent at it), so it takes something good to capture my motivation and get me in the kitchen. But I do love warm creamy soup and I have to eat something, so: what are your prize winning, most amazing, tasty pureed soup recipes to make this winter. [more inside]
Which immersion blender should I buy? Which should I absolutely not buy? Primarily using it for soups for two people.
Chef-engineer Filter: Help me with my plans to make pureed vegetable foam crisps. I want something with cheetos-like texture, but flat like a cracker. Something strong enough to stand up to a dip or a spread. [more inside]
Help "a meat-atarian" nourish herself post-jaw surgery. She needs ideas or recipes for pureed-consistency foods "that aren't gross". (Her words in quotation marks - she's very picky about food.) [more inside]