cold soup?

Philippines
June 15, 2010 3:11am CST
refreshing summer soup- recipes from msnbc.com this also involved cooking but it will be chilled after... have you tried eating cold soup? i don't think i can appreciate this dish even if it's summer.
6 responses
@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
18 Jun 10
This isn't something that I've ever been exposed to and I think that it is something that I don't ever care to be exposed to. I've always thought that soup is a comfort food and as such I believe that it should be enjoyed warm so that it will help to warm up your body. Cold food just isn't able to do this. I guess the only way that I would consider eating any kind of soup cold it would have to be a soup that is meant to be enjoyed for dessert.
• Singapore
18 Jun 10
Just reading your reply gave me a warm feeling, very much agree with this.
• Philippines
18 Jun 10
me too. i'm used to eat hot soup or anything served hot that's why i'm curious about "cold soup".
15 Jun 10
I have. A traditional Spanish cold soup is gazpatcho and it's not cooked either it is just made up of fresh raw ind¬°gredients. It is lovely. I can only describe it as like drinking the sunshine!!!
• Philippines
16 Jun 10
sounds really interesting. guess i'm just used in consuming soup in it's hot state.
• United States
18 Jun 10
I thought cold soup would be nasty too but I tried it and it was spectacular! Give it a whirl you may like it!
@karlle (221)
15 Jun 10
It really depends on how the soup is prepared...i tried vichyssoise soup it taste good either when served cold and hot...
@oldchem1 (8144)
15 Jun 10
The only cold soups that I have tried are Gazpatcho and Vichyssoise, both of which are really refreshing. When I think of Gazpatcho, it always reminds me of our holiday in Morocco as one of the restaurants there served Gazpatcho and a couple of people complained because it was cold!!!
• Singapore
15 Jun 10
oh no, I don't think I will like that at all. I can eat hot soup with anything. I don't mind cold noodles (Japanese udon and similar) though.