NOPCME And Other Vanity Plates: Peas and More Pea Soup
By AnniesDishList on January 11, 2013
11. Transfer a few ladles of the soup to the blender and puree
12. Pour the pureed soup into the second pot and repeat until all of the soup is pureed
13. Serve with a garnish of Creme Fraiche and Crispy Bacon Bits
NOTE: Making your own Creme Fraiche is super easy – mix equal parts heavy cream and sour cream in a bowl. Cover with plastic wrap and leave out on a counter over night. In the morning, put it in the fridge and chill for about 4 hours. Done and done.
Years later, I do now have a car…But, no vanity plates. Instead, I allow the DMV to assign me a plate and then I make up a meaning for the letters I get. My first license plates read:
911 URE = Emergency! You Are Excellent.
My next was:
411 XPC = For Your Information. You’re Extra Pretty-Cute.
You can really interpret them anyway you want. Maybe, on my car NOPCME would mean: Numerous Organic Produce Creates More Elegance…in a Peas and More Pea Soup.
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