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Neil Perry's cooling king prawn and asparagus gazpacho (marron, crab or lobster also work well) <a href="http://www.goodfood.com.au/good-food/cook/recipe/king-prawn-and-asparagus-gazpacho-20131111-2xawp.html?rand=1386899798367"><b>(Recipe here).</b></a>

Neil Perry's cooling king prawn and asparagus gazpacho (marron, crab or lobster also work well) (Recipe here). Photo: William Meppem

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