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robocop Jul 7, 2010 08:56 AM

Any suggestions where to get a good gazpacho in Manhattan?

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  1. Joe Berger RE: robocop Jul 7, 2010 10:55 AM

    sorry robo - i had to laugh when i read this.
    we had a thread last month of someone
    looking for mail order kosher crêpes.

    I just find it amusing when people ask about
    a specific food they can easier make kosher
    themselves, then find an eatery for.

    but, good luck anyway. my guess is a dairy
    or vegan place make it during the Summer.
    you could check a few online menus for it.

    http://www.scandikosherfood.com/recip...
    http://food.lizsteinberg.com/2009/05/...

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      robocop RE: Joe Berger Jul 7, 2010 12:23 PM

      Joe--

      Not for home consumption. During the summer at work (in Manhattan) I often get a hankering for gazpacho...

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        Joe Berger RE: robocop Jul 7, 2010 01:06 PM

        Sacred Chow on Sullivan has a Juice Bar.
        perhaps a cucumber & tomato smoothie
        will satisfy your craving?
        you can always brown bag the stuff.
        most offices have an employee fridge.

        but I hear you.
        problem with Gazpacho is they usually
        add it to the menu during the summer,
        then online menus may not include it,
        so I guess you may have to call around.

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      avitrek RE: robocop Jul 7, 2010 01:11 PM

      Where in Manhattan do you work? Circa makes gazpacho. It's not great, but it's not terrible either.

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        robocop RE: avitrek Jul 7, 2010 01:20 PM

        Midtown...I'll try it. Thanks

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        absmiller RE: robocop Jul 7, 2010 07:27 PM

        The gazpacho at Park East Butchers on the Upper East Side is great.

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          mrogovin RE: robocop Jul 8, 2010 09:50 AM

          Fairway sells kosher soup in the fresh food section and they do make a decent gazpacho. Not much of a kick - just barely actually - which is fine to my taste. Quarts only. I also recall (though it has been about a decade), that Fisher Bros on West 72nd sold very good homemade gazpacho with a bit more of a kick to it. Also in quarts.

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            Himishgal RE: robocop Jul 8, 2010 10:09 AM

            Milk & Honey @ 22 West 45th Street is offering Gazpacho as one of their soup choices today. Can't vouch if its any good but I find their soups generally acceptable.

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