About National Gazpacho Day
Gazpacho is a cold soup that originated in Andalusia, a region in southern Spain.
The soup is made with a blend of raw vegetables, such as tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, and onions, and is typically seasoned with garlic, olive oil, and vinegar.
It is traditionally served chilled and is a popular dish during the hot summer months.
The origins of Gazpacho can be traced back to the Roman Empire, though it has evolved and taken different forms through the centuries, especially in the Andalusian region.