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June 23, 2008


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Ice Tea For Me

Thank you for posting the recipe. I'm now on a quest to find REALLY ripe and sweet strawberries & melon for this soup recipe and the strawberries in chianti.


Gorgeous, Jerry -- I'm definitely going to try this!

Cindy Ruth

Jerry-Thanks for posting this recipe. Can't wait to try it-maybe we'll have one hot day this summer when it will be the most appropriate.


You're welcome.

Sandra - I bet that there are some great strawberries at the byward market these days - lucky you.

Cindy Ruth - does it get hot in Allaska?


This soup is great!
Better than I thought it would be.


I was surprised at how good it would be as well Kenneth. I gues it is all a part of expanding our food horizons - something I need to do more of.

Wendy and Rob

Jerry, I am definitely going to try this, thank you.
Are you sure it isn't a dessert :-)


It could be Wendy. I envision it as a great party treat - served in tiny shot glasses for a quick burst of refreshing flavour!

Wendy and Rob

Oh yes!!!


Now you'll have to try it Wendy - perfect for helping to cope with all of that heat you've been having in CA.

Tim Rigdon

I have been searching for a good Strawberry and Cucumber soup since the late 1970s when I was served this delectable concoction at Bewick's in London -- it has remained one of the most memorable culinary encounters in my life, and now I can't wait to try this recipe!

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