I keep insisting that summer soup is green and winter soup is orange.
But gazpacho is red, and I have it several times each summer.
Except today the gazpacho was green.
It wasn't technically gazpacho, of the Spanish recipe that includes bread. (Heck, it wasn't even WHITE, of the original Spanish recipe made from almonds.)
But it was chilled green tomato soup, made from ripe, green tomatoes.
So much twisted flavor in those tomatoes (Aunt Ruby's German Green) that you didn't even need to add a splash of vinegar. The additives were minced zucchini, cucumber, leek and serrano pepper.
Every Single Ingredient — except for the salt — came from my yard!