Summer Gazpacho Recipe for Boston Globe

summer gazpacho boston globe

Summer Gazpacho Recipe

I had talked to you about this delicious summer gazpacho I had prepared a while ago. I had so much fun creating this recipe. Especially as I played with color, using yellow tomatoes and pepper for one batch, and the red variety for another batch. This summer soup is finished with a topping made of shrimp, cherry tomatoes, and cucumber.

Friends who came over to share it with us loved it. I hope you love it too!

It’s a recipe I wrote for the Boston Globe. You can find the recipe by following this link.

20 comments

  1. I LOVE the colors of your gazpacho. I made a big bowl of it last week to enjoy in our hot weather here in northern Canada, but now I’m excited to try your version. The toppings idea sounds really great!

  2. Je découvre ce blog via celui “d’Isa tout simplement” et je le trouve absolument magnifique! Quel travail! Il part de suite dans mes favoris!!!

    Bises!

    M.

  3. Such a lovely pictures – delightful contrast between the light green, deep red and orange!
    I look forward of trying the recipes.

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  5. Such a beautiful soup! Normally I’m not a big fan of cold soups but maybe I should try this one. It’s kind of calling “Make me, make me!” to me…

  6. Yum! Now I know what to do with all those tomatoes from the farm stand!

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