gaz·​pa·​cho | \ gəz-ˈpä-(ˌ)chō How to pronounce gazpacho (audio) , gə-ˈspä-\
plural gazpachos

Definition of gazpacho

: a spicy soup that is usually made from chopped raw vegetables (such as tomato, onion, pepper, and cucumber) and that is served cold

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Upon arrival, chef Katie Gilligan, one of Guevara's protégés, served us a lunch of heirloom tomato gazpacho and butter lettuce with walnut cream, rose-radish sprouts, squash, and marinated purslane and gave us a brief nutrition lecture. Alex Kuczynski, Town & Country, "How GroundSea Fitness Is Bringing West-Coast Wellness Trends Back to the Berkshires," 17 Oct. 2016 Soupergirl’s cold gazpacho soups are now sold in bottles. Anne Marie Chaker, WSJ, "Put Down That Spoon—This Soup Is For Drinking," 5 Jan. 2019 This year’s theme was hot dogs, and featured mini vegan corn dogs with tomatillo gazpacho shooters and Hebrew Nationals in various stages of dress. New York Times, "Beyond TV and EVOO: Rachael Ray Looks for Her Next Act," 8 May 2018 At Segera Retreat in the Laikipia Plateau in Kenya, all the food is organic (heavy meals are replaced with selections like light, fresh pineapple gazpacho and fresh green salads) and served in a farm-to-table style. Mary Holland, Condé Nast Traveler, "How to Have a Healthy(ish) Safari Vacation," 12 Jan. 2018 Pamer and DiPrima Morisse prefer yellows, greens and blush tones. Craving a breakfast gazpacho? Mia Adorante Christiansen, Bon Appetit, "5 Ways to Get Your Skin as Psyched About Spring as You Are," 3 May 2018 Egozcue’s specialties include snapper tiradito, braised shortribs and a unique gazpacho with strawberries and tomatoes. Connie Ogle, miamiherald, "What happened to Bookstore in the Grove?," 12 June 2018 In the summer we are known for a few dishes like our watermelon and heirloom tomato salad, cucumber & green grape gazpacho, and our fried green tomatoes. Dana Mcmahan, The Courier-Journal, "How Louisville chefs re-imagine menus when you're just too hot to eat," 3 July 2018 Cover and chill the gazpacho in the fridge overnight. Chris Ross,, "Blender gazpacho has umami flavors," 9 July 2018

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1775, in the meaning defined above

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chiefly US : a spicy cold soup that is made with chopped vegetables (such as tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, and onions)

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