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Gazpacho

  • Recipe

    Gazpacho

    Best served icy cold, gazpacho needs to be chilled for at least an hour. Here it's garnished with croutons for crunch and cilantro for a burst of bright flavor, but…

  • How-To

    How to Make Gazpacho

    A couple of tweaks make this classic cold soup even better.

  • Article

    Baby, It’s Hot Outside

    This cold tomato gazpacho will keep you and your kitchen cool on these stiflingly hot summer days.

  • Recipe

    Grilled Watermelon Gazpacho with Lime Crema

    Watermelon, grilled to enhance its sweetness, balances the smoky-spicy kick of chipotle powder in this refreshing summer soup.

  • Recipe

    Gazpacho Shots

    On a particularly hot day in Portugal, a single ice cube is often added to a bowl of gazpacho for cool relief. Here, a tomato juice ice cube and a…

  • Recipe

    Heirloom Tomato, Summer Peach, and Fresh Herb Gazpacho Salad

    If you’re hitting the farmers’ markets in late summer, sooner or later you’re going to wind up with a bowl of peaches and a bowl of tomatoes next to each…

  • Recipe

    White Gazpacho with Grapes and Toasted Almonds

    A refreshingly updated version of the classic tomato-based cold Spanish soup, this gazpacho starts with a beautiful pale-green cucumber broth, light and cool, with just enough body to give it…

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    A Fourth of July Picnic

    Fresh side dishes put a modern spin on the traditional fried chicken picnic.

  • Article

    Top Ten Tomato Recipes

    When you have gorgeous, ripe tomatoes, you just want to show them off. Whether it's an uncooked sauce for pasta, a juicy gratin, or a colorful kaleidoscope of a salad,…

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