Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Green Gazpacho

I've just returned from five days of visiting family in and around the very hot Sacramento Valley. While I re-size and organize my photos, water the garden, prune the berry canes and catch up with weeding, I give you this image of the divinely delicious green gazpacho that my brother-in-law, Kees, made for us. This recipe appeared in last Wednesday's (July 12th) New York Times Food Section. Unfortunately, I can no longer access the recipe on line and am hoping that Kees will see this post and send it to me.
More photos and travel commentary to follow...


  1. Wow, I want this recipe if you get it.

  2. I thought it would intrigue you! It's yours just as soon as I get it.

  3. Welcome back!!!! I too want the recipe, it looks so cooling and delicious. Right now, I could live off of food like this.

  4. that looks wonderful.....if you google green gazpacho does it come up? If not waiting patiently. thanks

  5. Hi Christine,
    I saw your comment on my blog. Thanks for visiting! I first learned to make traditional gazpacho from my mother-in-law. I think I will test your version on her and see how she likes it.

  6. Doodles, I did a google search and a NY Times search for the recipe and am having no luck. I'm just going to have to wait for my brother-in-law to send it to me.

    Julie, Thanks for the visit. I hope to have a recipe up soon.

    To ALL: Meantime, I did find a recipe by Mollie Katzen (Moosewood Cookbook) that seems pretty darn close to the one in the NYT. The link is:


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