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    This is a real money saver!!! I noticed a recipe Cream of Something and then found 20 other variations on the same thing. This is my variation. If you compare mine to all the others you will notice I leave out the bouillon and herbs. This is so you can flavor it at time of use with the herbs and bouillon flavors that compliment your recipe. I also prefer to use the Better than Bouillon in a jar (or other brands) as the first ingredient is always whatever the flavor is...beef, chicken, lobster, mushroom, etc.

    Recipe #478600

    Recipe #6830

    Simple, clean and fresh.

    Recipe #452232

    A chilled soup. Great for summer. Cook time is chilling time.

    Recipe #157658

    A chilled soup that is creamy and smooth! Great for a hot summer day! African origin, but bananas grow in the tropics and so this recipe is Caribbean and Southern too!

    Recipe #174553

    1 Reviews |  By o0o0o

    One of my favorite things in the summer. It's like a meal and dessert in one. The combination of jalapeno peppers and fruit isn't for everyone, but if you're the adventurous type, then this might just be the recipe for you.

    Recipe #130734

    You will find this cool and creamy cucumber avocado soup refreshing on a hot summer day. I've been drinking it all weekend and experimenting with it along the way. http://www.elanaspantry.com/cucumber-avocado-gazpacho/

    Recipe #384269

    This recipe comes from the internet site recipeisland.com. preparation time does not include time for the prepared soup to chill.

    Recipe #372988

    This recipe is from More Vitality Cooking, 1997, send to me in a recent cookbook swap! Here ripe melons are the key to a very tasty & healthy soup! Preparation time does not include the 4 hours needed for the pureed melons to chill!

    Recipe #328015

    Chef Glen Hogh, of the Vega Tapas Cafe provided this recipe to The Times-Picayune in anticipation of the French Market Creole Tomato Festival this weekend. I plan to make this using diiferent varieites of tomatoes for different batches - reds, pinks, blacks, purples, yellows, oranges & whites as they ripen. We keep gazpacho in a gallon jug in the fridge for fast refreshing but light meals/snacks... right alongside the fresh iced tea! We finely chop our vegies rather than pureeing - but that's up to you!

    Recipe #376921

    This is a heavenly, quick, delicious soup! I got this from a church dinner we had. The Pastor's wife hates to cook, and this is her favorite quick take...one taste and it is mine now too! Great for socials.

    Recipe #331269

    This is a quick, simple, tasty Asian soup.

    Recipe #477334

    This is a quick, easy variation. Basically it is salad in the soup!!!! Refreshing change and stretches 1 package of ramen to 2 people. I use chopsticks and oriental soup spoon to eat it.

    Recipe #452195

    2 Reviews |  By SJG3483

    This is a unique and relatively healthy dessert

    Recipe #51448

    This is a caribbean-inspired chilled soup to be enjoyed over the hot summer months.

    Recipe #231990

    Another addition to the great summer garden - tomato cookbook. When made with whole fat yogurt & well chilled before serving (to allow the flavors to meld) this promises to be a refreshing but very satisfying alternative to the reliable jug-o-gazpacho that resides in the fridge. Cheap too if you have tomatoes & basil in your garden. I think I will experiment with types of tomatoes & lightly sauteing my curry powder in the olive oil as well as with several different curry blends. I may also use tomato water (the clear juice tomatoes release when cut & salted) & add diced tomato along with freshly chopped basil &/or mint for garnish. Served with either fresh naan or pita & accompanied by a fattoush sald - this would be a great summer meal - made ahead & no (well, very little) heating up of the kitchen! Received in email from gourmet-recipes-from-around-the-world, thank you AJ!Note - the prep time DOES NOT include chilling time (for the soup).

    Recipe #375632

    A friend made this recently and just went on and on about how good it was. I have no measurements so you will get to "wing it."

    Recipe #506390

    This is a really colourful soup which I serve cold,especially on Hot nights!Also its so quick and easy as it requires no cooking!!!!

    Recipe #11058

    I recently had an upset stomach and the doctor put me on a strict diet. This is a delicious dish that I came up with that I would be proud to serve my friends, sick or not. Coconut milk has been found to cure diarrhea while the other low-fiber ingredients are easy on the stomach. Enjoy!

    Recipe #316792

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