Chunky Tomato Gazpacho
When I was a child my grandmother made us gazpacho, I remember being terribly impressed with her sophistication. But what else could I expect from the woman who possessed the only bidet in all of Wyoming, as well as an impressive collection of scented soups?
In Spain, the stuff is everywhere, including ready-made all year long in the supermarkets. Sometimes it's good and other times, only so-so. Usually it's very runny and smooth. When it comes to tomato gazpacho though, I am very picky. I like some parts chunky and other parts smooth. Plus I like olives on top which is definitely not traditional but definitely very yummy. Here is a gazpacho that meets all of my needs.