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July 28, 2010


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oh my! Can't wait to get home and make this! Still have my cantaloupe from last weeks CSA box.


I ate half of my last cantaloupe and made a smoothie with the rest! YUM. Mint would be a great addition.


I recently came across a recipe where it was cooked and served with pasta, supposedly based on a marchella recipe.
Seemed a bit odd to me, but you never know 'til you try.

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

I've never met a cantaloupe I didn't love -- or any melon, for that matter. Melon salsas are something I never tried until a few summers ago. Absolutely delicious.


Maya - And now you have a second melon? What did you make with them?

Diana - a smoothie sounds great!

jo - huh... that does seem odd. How long was the melon cooked?

Lydia - I bet you also have some great recipes for melon soup!

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