Meatless Monday….Gazpacho soup
Are you familiar with Gazpacho soup? Yes, probably.
Did you know there are many different types of Gazpacho soup? I did not, until my blogging friend Tanya @ Chica Andaluza introduced me to the many varieties of this cold, funny named soup.
Did you know that November 25th is Gazpacho soup day? No? Well, then you must not have been a Red Dwarf fan.
Have I said before that I am a Sci-Fi fan? Yes, I’m sure I have. So my British Sci-Fi reference can’t be a huge surprise.
Anyhooo….back to the Gazpacho soup.
Tanya posted an easy to follow basic gazpacho soup recipe…I gave it a go.
You can find her recipe on the link above. ^^^^
I got most of the veggies from my garden.
I’m not sure I did it right, I think I added way too much cucumber.
I also added garlic, why? Because I’m afraid of vampires? Naw…. I just like garlic.
It tasted okay, it was better when I poured some V-8 juice in it.
I’m a cheater!!!!
Here are my pictures.
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Ha, I’ve made this twice now and keep meaning to link back to her. It’s scheduled, honest. Looks like yours turned out great!
Ha! I believe ya! Yes, it turned out great. 🙂
Wonderful – and it´s great that you played with it. A huge compliment! Thanks too for the mention…what a pal!
Anytime! You’ve got a great blog. It’s worth mentioning.
I didn’t know that today was gazpacho soup day! I’ll get right on that!
LoL!! Technically it’s November 25th, not July 18th, so you’ve got time to make your gazpacho. I simply could not wait till November to post this.
How nifty and uber organized would I be if I already had planned posts all the way into November. 😉
Ooh gazpacho what a great idea. Now that tomatoes are coming in this sounds like a fantastic idea!
I agree. With all the lovely produce available it’s time to make the gazpacho!
🙂 Thanks for the comment!
I had to turn our gezpacho into cooked pasta sauce as my hubby did not like it at all 🙂
Ha! That’s funny and quite resourceful.