Watermelon “carpacchio” with gorgonzola, almonds, cucumber and crushed basil oil

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binary options trading graphs I bought a massive watermelon 2 days ago, so big and heavy I could almost not pick it up. It was on special, so I just crossed my fingers hoping that the texture and taste would be as impressive as the size. To my delight, it was perfect.

ebook taurus trading opzioni binarie download I’ve been a huge fan of watermelon in summertime since I was a kid. My father would cut us huge wheels and we would sit at our campsite in Keurboomstrand’s Arch Rock Caravan Park each with our own sharp knife to cut tailored bites and remove the pips. I am totally happy to eat my watermelon on it’s own, but sometimes a watermelon this big in a household as small as mine calls for some creative culinary adventures.

http://www.industries3r.com/albiol/2241 It was time to do my take on the very popular watermelon and feta salad. I decided to cut thin, round little wheels out of the core of the watermelon, which left me with pieces that resembled carpacchio! I added my favourite gorgonzola instead of feta, as well as chopped almonds and thin slithers of cucumber (I used a veggie peeler). To top it off, I chopped a handful of basil leaves, and bashed it up with my mortar & pestle, adding about 2 tablespoons of Felippo Berio olive oil and a pinch of flaked salt. Voilà! A dish so beautiful I could hang it on my wall. It has a fantastic balance between sweet & salty, juicy and creamy, fresh and intense – perfect as a starter to a boozy extended lunch with good friends in the Winelands. Serve with chilled chenin blanc or dry rosé.

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2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

a pinch of coarse salt or flaked salt

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4 Responses to “Watermelon “carpacchio” with gorgonzola, almonds, cucumber and crushed basil oil”

  1. Jeanne @ CookSister! March 10, 2011 at 10:38 #

    Oh I am totally in love with this!! Been intrigued by the watermelon/cheese combo for ages but have het to make it myself. Yours is the most gorgeous I have seen! Fab to meet you at the Indaba too 🙂

    • The Food Fox March 10, 2011 at 11:02 #

      Thanks so much Jeanne! I initially thought the watermelon/feta combo was so overdone, but when I tasted this it was just fab.
      Good luck with your father’s recovery, my thoughts have been with you all day.

  2. ms_kamini March 11, 2011 at 12:28 #

    That looks divine! will definitely be trying this out

    • The Food Fox March 11, 2011 at 13:30 #

      Thanks for checking it out! It really tastes like summer on a plate. 🙂

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