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Farm Gazpacho

Reheating time: NONE! This soup is served cold!

The first, and most important reheating instruction for gazpacho is… wait for it… Do Not Reheat. Gazpacho, like revenge, is a dish best served cold.

This farm gazpacho is choc full of fresh vegetables grown by Ray at Applefield Farm, including ripe tomatoes, bell peppers, and cucumbers, and is one of summer’s pure delights.

Chill the soup first in the fridge, then simply stir to remix it, ladle into bowls, scoop a dollop of red pepper creme fraiche on top and throw a few brioche croutons on top of that. Then dive right in.

If you really want to get fancy, throw the croutons on a sheet tray and pop in a 375 degree oven for 5 minutes to toast them up before dropping them onto your gazpacho.



Reheating time: 7 -10 mins. Preheat your oven to 375

These delightful little wingsicles are so simple and good they don’t take much explanation. Just spread on a cookie sheet (line it with foil or parchment if you have a scrubbing allergy) and pop it in a 375 degree oven for 7 minutes until they are hot and crisp.  Leave them in a few minutes longer if you like the crispier. Enjoy, but don’t eat the bones!


That’s it! Simple and delicious. Don’t forget to take a nice photo of your plated dinner and share it with us on social media!

Dinner is served, and solved.


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