A chilled, summer tomato soup that's made a name for itself well beyond the borders of Spain

One of the most famous dishes to come out of Spain, true Spanish gazpacho recipes vary greatly, but the traditional base of stale bread, garlic, vinegar and olive oil is always the same. Only the best produce goes into a quality gazpacho, and if the vegetables aren’t ripe, fresh or in season, they wont be put on your plate (or in your bowl as the case may be). Usually enjoyed in the heat, gazpacho typically includes sun ripened tomato, crisp cucumber, onion and juicy peppers. The pureed soup is chilled and extra chopped veggies are served separately so you can add some crunch to each bite you take.