gazpacho

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a soup made with chopped tomatoes and onions and cucumbers and peppers and herbs

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The original cold soup is of course Spanish Gazpacho, probably invented by peasants who simply made a pulp of whatever vegetables they had to hand.
A trip to a Mexican fruit gazpacho stand, plus the recipe that's made it famous
Ruiz, a 19-year-old university student, is part of Tinoco's extended family, which for 23 years has earned its reputation as the premier fruit gazpacho vendor in the city.
People like my uncle's gazpacho because the pieces are cut very small, and because he goes to the mercado each morning to buy only perfect fruits," says Ruiz.
Efrain Tinoco's basic fruit gazpacho consists of finely chopped pineapple, mango, and jicama, fresh-squeezed lime and orange juice, a splash of hot sauce, and spoonfuls of crumbled white queso anejo (also called anejado or cotija) sprinkled on top.
Recommended items: Paella Valenciana, gazpacho, bacalao (cod), tortilla Espanola, chorizo al vino, chipirones (baby calamari), manchego cheese, serrano ham, Southern Spanish bread pudding.
Most people consider gazpacho to be a cold soup, but a look at the list of ingredients is enough to affirm its credentials as a salad.