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19 comments to “The Barbecue, cont.”

  1. I LOVE that Tablecloth. So bright and colorful.

    I am also in love with the TX issue (although I may be a little biased :-P).

  2. grapefruit sheet cake, shut up! i want some!!! I’m totally gonna make that!

  3. and ditto on that tablecloth. gorge! and that first pic with the bulb lights.. so cool!

  4. Mmm, I could drink that soup!

  5. Now that cake looks scrumptious! My jaw started tingling after spotting those grapefruit segments.

  6. grapefruit sheet cake, i’ve never hear of that one… kudo’s to saveur and you made it look so good!

  7. How many servings does that cucumber soup make? I am going to a potluck tomorrow and I think I’ll bring that. Thanks!

  8. It made about 6 small servings. I would probably double it for the potluck. The recipe would double nicely. Have fun!

  9. The grapefruit sheet cakes looks interesting and delicious. The cucumber soup also looks nice and refreshing!

  10. Love your blog. Love your photography. Thanks for the inspiration!

  11. The cucumber soup was fantastic! No doubt I will make it again! Thanks for the recipe!

  12. This all sounds so wonderful. I have a question… okay, so you section all 3 grapefruit, where do you get “remaining pulp”? Will this be obvious when I make the cake? Sorry, I am feeling really dense.
    Love everything about your blog.

  13. Thanks, Susan! You are not being dense. In this case, you are not segmenting the grapefruit by simply separating the segments, you are actually cutting the segments out between the membranes that separate them. You end up with a bunch of pulp and membrane left over and that is what you are juicing. Watch this: http://tinyurl.com/m9lb3s

  14. I made the grapefruit cake the other day. I thought the flavor was delicious, but was your cake on the dry side? I expected a really fluffy, moist cake with all the grapefruit juice in there, but it came out very dense… I think it’s one of those cakes that gets better as it sits with the icing, but I just wondered if you had the same experience? thanks!

  15. Tim.
    Thanks! It is so helpful to see what I am supposed to do. Now to find the grapefruit in my small town.

  16. Stephanie says:

    July 10th, 2009 at 8:46 am

    I made both of these the other day and they were great! Thanks :)

  17. Great! I am glad you liked them, Stephanie.

  18. Tim,
    I love everything about this post and ohhhh my gosh the cake looks AMAZING! i will absolutely be trying it.. though the question is, you think it can be veganized? I guess we’ll see!

    Absolutely beautiful blog, by the way.

  19. Summer in Australia now.So cucumber soup will go well with it.very interesting concept though. I find similarity with tzatziki dip in more more liquidy form.

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