Cold tomato and orange soup

Yesterday we had rain here at Coin Perdu in Corréze, where we are restoring our mountain home. So last night asked for something soupy. Because we are temporarily living in the barn for the next year or two, I don’t have an oven, only a stove. So a soup is quite easy. And quick. I am always joyful when hearing the word quick.

…cold tomato and orange soup…

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…summer says outside…

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19 responses

  1. Sounds delicious with the sun-dried tomato pesto!

    10/08/2009 at 23:32

  2. It feels like a treat to myself when you post~Thank you.

    11/08/2009 at 00:07

  3. I love the photo and the recipe is something I want to try. It makes me hungry.

    11/08/2009 at 01:20

  4. Anh

    So beautiful! I hope your house restoration goes well… And the soup is such a great summer soup.

    11/08/2009 at 02:40

  5. MMMM, the soup looks so inviting, but the word restoration is sending shivers down my spine!!!

    11/08/2009 at 04:22

  6. Correze is a lost but beautiful corner in France, was there last year for a wedding! This cold tomato soup is truly refreshing!!

    11/08/2009 at 16:08

  7. Tomato soup is a childhood favorite so I find this ‘adult’ version so interesting and intriguing-thanks for sharing!

    11/08/2009 at 16:24

  8. How wonderful to have this restoration project in your life, but where do you find the energy? The cold tomato soup ….YUM!

    12/08/2009 at 02:30

  9. What a lovely red summer soup! I love your yummie ingredients!

    12/08/2009 at 08:24

  10. Gorgeous looking soup!
    Good luck with the house restoration.

    12/08/2009 at 12:40

  11. Looks WONDERFUL, Ronell!

    16/08/2009 at 17:05

  12. chloe

    that looks delish ..too bad i’m allergic to tomatos :(

    19/08/2009 at 02:50

  13. chloe

    p.s that is a great photo, so sharp & positioned perfectly that your eyes land straight onto the soup

    19/08/2009 at 02:51

  14. How are you, Ronell? No oven for 1-2 years? Wow, that will be a challenge. I hope it all goes well! And that soup looks lovely.

    21/08/2009 at 04:13

  15. The soup sounds lovely, restoring a mountain home, even better.
    LL

    21/08/2009 at 05:00

  16. seanfraser

    Both the food in your pictures and the words in your blog nourish the viewer.

    24/08/2009 at 13:16

  17. I’ve had this once before and it’s such a wonderfully refreshing comfort food :) Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting too!

    24/08/2009 at 16:57

  18. benedictedelachanal

    So… you are renovating, traveling, cooking, drawing, painting, photographing, writing, blogging (2 blogs as far as I know) all with great talent, and still have time to leave nice comments! Must be that interesting twist of orange in the gazpacho.

    26/08/2009 at 23:15

  19. Oh, what a beautiful soup!!

    02/11/2009 at 17:19

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