Pineapple Gazpacho

Sometimes you just know a recipe has legs. By that I mean it tastes so great and it’s so easy to make, people naturally ask for the recipe. This pineapple gazpacho is one of those leggy recipes.

It’s from my first cookbook, The Great Ranch Cookbook, and the recipe came from Rancho de los Caballeros, a western guest ranch in Wickenburg, Arizona.

Next, a version of this gazpacho was featured in a new cookbook this year, called Edible: A Celebration of Local Foods, compiled by the Edible Communities publications.

And now Arizona media maven, Jan D’Atri, has featured my pineapple gazpacho recipe on her gorgeous website and it will be in her “Rescued Recipes” column in the Scottsdale Republic this coming Saturday.

I had the opportunity to make the soup for Jan during her In The Kitchen radio show a couple months ago. And I’ll be a guest again on her show this Saturday, talking about this gazpacho and some of my wacky smoothies.

The theme for the upcoming show is: 8 Things You MUST Cook/Bake/Make in 2011, and you can listen to it on KFYI 550 AM, Saturday, January 1, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

In the meantime, here’s the link for the Pineapple Gazpacho recipe:

http://www.jandatri.com/gwens_pineapple_gazpacho

(Thanks, Jan! The pictures are beautiful!)

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