soup of the day: gazpacho

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gazpacho

now is a good time for a pre-christmas detox, so it’s nothing but soup, juice and tea for the next five days. but i will not accept any culinary suffering. if soup it is, then soup had better be good.

having spent a larger part of my youth in the spanish region of andalucia, i consider their gazpacho (a cold vegetable soup from the region) to be one of the healthiest and tastiest soups – and ideal for a detox week, because it consists of not much else than raw vegetables. there are a million different recipes for gazpacho (every spanish woman has her own). my quick and easy gazpacho recipe is inspried by the wonderful enriquetta, now in her 80s, who made me her own type of gazpacho for many years.

gazpacho
(serves 6-8)

2 (bell) peppers
1 cucumber
1 kg tomatoes
2 red onions
2 garlic cloves

olive…

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