Stay cool this summer with these flavorful, no-cook soups. Summer fruits and vegetables are thirst-quenching on their own, but whirring them into gazpacho is a luxurious way to cool down at dinner. Of course, gazpacho also makes a light and refreshing lunch or appetizer. Serve with tomato toast or a simple salad to round out the meal. We've even been known to eat gazpacho at breakfast topped with bacon and hard-boiled egg slices. No matter the meal at which you eat it, no-cook gazpacho is a can't-be-beat summer dish.

Cooking Light
July 10, 2014