A refreshing summer meal that tingles your taste-buds while nicely portraying Wild Alaskan Crab

 2 lbs whole Roma tomatoes
 1/1/2 lbs watermelon
 3 small jalapeños
 2 red bell peppers
 1 garlic clove
 ½ lime
 1 lb picked Wild Alaskan Crab
 1 avocado
 1/3 cucumber
 1 medium shallot
 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
 1 tablespoon sugar
 1 teaspoon Old Bay
 Salt
 Olive oil

1. On a stove-top burner, char 2 jalapeños and the red bell peppers until the skin turns dark. You can also set your oven to broil and set them on a baking sheet on the top rack. Make sure to rotate the peppers to get an even char.

2. Peel the peppers and add the peppers, watermelon, garlic, juice of ½ lime and a pinch of salt to the blender. Blend on high until puréed and then strain with a fine mesh strainer into a large bowl or container.

3. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. In a large bowl add ice about halfway full. Once the water has boiled, blanch each tomato for about 10-15 seconds and then put into the ice bath immediately.

4. Peel each tomato, add to a blender and purée. Once smooth, strain with a fine mesh strainer into the container containing the watermelon-pepper liquid.

5. In a small bowl, dissolve the sugar and Old Bay in the apple cider vinegar.

6. Dice 1/3 cucumber, shallot, and 1 jalapeño very small. Add to the small bowl with the sugar vinegar mixture

7. Cube the avocado to a similar size of the picked crab and toss with a little olive oil and Old Bay.

8.To plate, place the crab mixture into the center of a bowl. Pour the watermelon-tomato liquid to the bowl around the crab. Spoon a few spoonfuls of the cucumber mignonette into the liquid. Season to taste with lime and Old Bay.