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Friday, 24 July 2009



Wow now that looks like something I would sink my mouth into.Gazpacho for some reason looks like salsa soup.

Judy Lee

that gazpacho looks like an adventure!!!

ed (from Yuma)

Yeh, billy and Judy, that gazpacho was amazing. I'd heard of watermelon gazpacho, but I had no idea. And a regular tomato gazpacho is something like a Spanish salsa soup.

Eat. Travel. Eat!

The gazpacho looks and sounds so amazing. I never thought about pairing up berries with watermelon...and the olive oil on top sounds very interesting. Like those sandwiches. I always like a pressed sandwich! So crunchy and crisp.

ed (from Yuma)

Yes ETE, it was wonderful soup and overall just a perfect lunch. The restaurant is connected to an organic farm as well, so I suspect that many of the berries, melons, lettuces, etc are homegrown by them. Can't beat that for freshness.


The pictures are all so lovely! I love how the panini bread looks like ruffles potato chips...

ed (from Yuma)

Thanks, fh, for the compliment, particularly since it comes from you - whose food pics are always so outstanding. Outdoor dining (at least before nighttime) makes for good photos.

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