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Soup for (The End of) Summer

For the last few days it has been about a gazillion degrees in Los Angeles, and that may be an understatement. I still love to cook and I still need to eat and I always love soup so gazpacho is the perfect no-cook meal and it’s loaded with vegetables. 414 more words


I guess, it’s time for something more substantial. Well, what comes into your mind thinking about de primero or the first course in Spain. Right, I think gazpacho is a leader here. 642 more words


Creamy Chilled Cucumber Soup

This soup is perfect for using up those sneak cucumbers that missed being picked in time for pickling. I have not always been a fan of cold soups, but this really is delicious. 363 more words


Alaska, The Last Frontier [Chilled Cucumber Yogurt Soup]

Alaska wasn’t a place I expected to get to travel to in 2014, but I’m pretty thrilled that it happened. Having a twin who works as a dance captain has its perks. 243 more words

Food, Glorious Food!

Beet Vichyssoise

Fall activities might be in full swing by now but the weather is still hot and humid in the Lowcountry and sometimes a cool meal is in order for supper. 428 more words


Chilled Peach Soup

Soup Recipe #4

Peaches are still in season, so there’s time to make this delicious soup which has been a favorite of mine for years.  I think the cinnamon croutons are what makes it really special.    171 more words

Recipes And Food Thoughts

Sopa De Ajo Blanco - Chilled Almond and Garlic Soup

Here in southern Spain, those of us with almond trees make this soup with the first of the new harvest nuts. Cool and creamy, with a hint of garlic and the fruitiness of olive oil it is delightfully refreshing in the heat of summer and making it has become one of those traditions that one looks forward to each August. 409 more words