RECIPE: Tri-Color Gazpacho & Gazpacho Garnishes

For us, there’s nothing better than a bowl of chilled gazpacho on a hot summer day. Gazpacho is a cold raw vegetable soup, that originated in Andalusia, the southernmost region of Spain. There are many variations based on local ingredients and preferences. Over the centuries, fruits were added to the vegetables. (Chilled fruit soup without…
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FOOD FUN: Gazpacho Shooters With Mini Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Looking for some sophisticated party fun? Here’s an idea from Elegant Affairs Caterers, riffing on tomato soup and grilled cheese: Gazpacho shooters, topped with mini grilled cheese sandwiches. Make your favorite gazpacho recipe, and use thin bread for the grilled cheese (photo #1). Another fun gazpacho idea: top the shot glass with Tostitos Scoops filled…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make Gazpacho Shooters Or A Gazpacho Bar

[1] A gazpacho shot at Fabrick | NYC (photo © Fabrick Restaurant). [2] A blender gazpacho from OuiChefNetwork.com. Here’s their recipe for their beautiful, orange-hued gazpacho (photo © Oui Chef Network).   As the party is getting started, serve guests a gazpacho shot. Gazpacho, a chilled vegetable soup, is so refreshing on a warm day.…
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RECIPE: White Gazpacho, The Original Recipe

  GAZPACHO HISTORY A specialty of Spain and Portugal, gazpacho is a cold raw vegetable peasant soup originating in Andalusia, the southernmost region of Spain. Originally made from old bread, olive oil and garlic, the recipe was in use when the Romans conquered the Iberian Peninsula (218-19 B.C.E.). The name is of Arabic origin, and…
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