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Kevin Scott

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (2 of 2)
Location: Winnipeg, MB, Canada
 

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Cuisinart Blend and Cook Soup and Beverage Maker (&hellip by Cuisinart
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A wonder, Nov. 23 2012
I was looking for a blender that improved on my old one for making smoother smoothies. This machine does that but it also makes - and COOKS - soup! Having an all-in-one device to saute vegetables, simmer and then blend into a delicious and velvety smooth soup is great, especially at the time of year when it's cold outside and soups always seem to taste so good.

It takes a little getting used to to hear the sound of butter sizzling in the bottom of your blender rather than over the stove, but what a great device. I have been using it daily.
Rocket Cottage ~ Steeleye Span
Rocket Cottage ~ Steeleye Span
This is as good a time as any to jump to the defense of one of my favourite Steeleye records. Time and again I see Rocket Cottage get maligned, and I don't understand it at all. For one thing, it absolutely BURIES its rather flat (but more successful) predeceasor "All Around My Hat." Songs like "London," "The Twelve Witches," "Fighting for Strangers" and "Sir James the Rose" are among Steeleye's finest achievements in my opinion. The one time I met Maddy Prior I told her as much, and she seemed delighted that I thought so, as the band like the album very much as well. The one valid complaint about it is the bit of chat that precedes The Drunkard, but I for one find it interesting to be… Read more
Now We Are Six ~ Steeleye Span
Now We Are Six ~ Steeleye Span
This is the sound of Steeleye Span in transition. They started life four years earlier as electrifid/amplified British folk - definitely not rock, and no drums, but still LOUD. It was a bunch of folk musicians turning electric. Around this period, 1974, they added drums, and the result sounds like a rock band turning towards folk rather than the other way around. So it's inevitable that it will put some folks off, but no one should sell the album short, because it contains some outright masterpieces of the genre. "The Mooncoin Jig" is particularly expert, one of the best folk-rock instrumentals ever, the mandolin and banjo coexisting naturally and seamlessly with the electric guitar,… Read more

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