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How many recipes has Burnt My Fingers published? Certainly over a couple hundred. (I need to put up a recipe index, I know.) Here are my personal favorites among them. 1. Easy Blender Gazpacho. This is everything that Burnt My … Continue reading
Unlike the popular canned brand, this doesn’t mask the taste of tomato juice. About 6 servings. A good way to use the leftover juice from your Easy Blender Gazpacho. Ingredients: 32 oz Campbell’s tomato juice 1 T Worcestershire sauce ½-1 … Continue reading
Simple Spanish Food is a blog written by a guy from Florida who fell in love with the cuisine when vacationing in Spain, then fell in love again when he discovered it was a solution to his cholesterol problems. The … Continue reading
I did a bit of tinkering with this recipe and retitled it “Ultimate Blender Gazpacho”. the most current version can be found here.
It’s the salad that eats like a soup. The solution to a gardener’s late-summer tomato glut. And, when combined with sangria and Bloody Marys, a key component in the perfect liquid diet. Because the tastes and ingredients are familiar, gazpacho … Continue reading
If you like chunks of fresh veggies in your soup, this is the gazpacho for you. The secret is a quick pickling which helps them stay crisp. Adapted (and dramatically simplified) from a Cooks Illustrated recipe, this is a good … Continue reading