Tag Archives: Spanish

Recipe: Ultimate Blender Gazpacho

I love this “salad in a cup” and I have to say my easy blender version is the best I’ve found. It’s worth investing in some good sherry vinegar, which you can find here. 8 servings. Ingredients: 1 pound good … Continue reading

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Food for Thought: Simple Spanish Food

Simple Spanish Food is a ┬áblog written by a guy from Florida who fell in love with the cuisine when vacationing in Spain, then fell in love again when he discovered it was a solution to his cholesterol problems. The … Continue reading

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The glory of gazpacho

It’s the salad that eats like a soup. The solution to a gardener’s late-summer tomato glut. And, when combined with sangria and Bloody Marys, a key component in the perfect liquid diet. Because the tastes and ingredients are familiar, gazpacho … Continue reading

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Recipe: Creamy Andaluz Gazpacho

If you like chunks of fresh veggies in your soup, this is the gazpacho for you. The secret is a quick pickling which helps them stay crisp. Adapted (and dramatically simplified) from a Cooks Illustrated recipe, this is a good … Continue reading

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Recipe: Simple Spanish Gazpacho

Use this gazpacho recipe when your tomatoes are so good, you don’t want any other flavors getting in the way. Adapted from the excellent Simple Spanish Food website. It’s meant to be drunk from a glass or cup. 2 servings. … Continue reading

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