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Green Gazpacho Shots from The Goodness of Avocado

  If you ask people how an avocado tastes, the first word that often appears is “smooth.” “Velvet” and “buttery” come close behind. It’s the only food I can think of where “taste” becomes “texture.” I’m a gazpacho addict, and you can find many gazpacho recipes on this site. It used to be my summer…

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Cucumber and Tomatillo Gazpacho Version 2

  I’m a gazpacho freak. I admit it. For lunch most days, I’m enjoy gazpacho in one form or another: classic red, almond white, or deep green. Here’s a new green idea that has no tomato taste at all. I guess that because there are no tomatoes. This is cucumber and tomatillos plus just a…

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White Gazpacho with Almonds and Grapes

The last two Fridays I have posted gazpacho recipes and neither was conventional: Watermelon, Cucumber and Tomato and Cucumber and Tomatillo. I admit being a gazpacho addict. It’s a long story involving a divorce and a blender purchase. But that really is another story. Today, we are going to continue down of the path of…

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Cucumber and Tomatillo Gazpacho from Corinne Trang at Cooking by the Book

  Last week I posted a recipe for Watermelon, Cucumber and Tomato Gazpacho. It’s sublime particularly as the flavor mellow and blend. The color is a soft watermelon red. This week the gazpacho is quite different. Red is gone. Tomatoes are gone from the soup itself, but do appear in a garnish — though you…

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