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Date Posted: 22:02:02 11/18/01 Sun
Author: BBQfan1
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Subject: Re: Cream Soups
In reply to: Bruce 's message, "Re: Cream Soups" on 20:46:13 11/18/01 Sun

>Hi Mop:
>This my homemade cream of mushroom soup that I used to
>make at the restaurant.

Then that would be restaurantmade, not homemade, right Bruce? LOL
Actually, it reminds me of my radio writing days. You couldn't use words like 'homemade' or 'delicious' (among others) without written approval of the CRTC. Who wants to mail the copy to the CRTC for a go-ahead for a rinky-dink radio ad, right? The words we would substitute would mean the same thing, but would be totally meaningless when you actually thought about them. The two that come to mind are:
"homestyle" instead of homemade, and "taste-tempting" instead of delicious. Sound good, but what the heck do they really mean?! LOL

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