National Gazpacho day
Anybody who has tried gazpacho will describe it as the chilled, more delicate cousin of ordinary tomato soup. However, gazpacho wasn't always prepared in this manner; it actually began in Andalusia, a region of Spain, probably in the middle Ages. It was once prepared by combining stale bread with oil, vinegar, and water before being pounded with a mortar and pestle. The Arabic word for "soaked bread" is where the name gazpacho comes from because Spain at the time was a part of the Islamic world. Bell peppers, cucumber, and tomato juice are currently the main ingredients, and a blender is used to turn them into soup. Let's all get together to celebrate National Gazpacho Day on December 6 because we know you're hungry!
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