Pope’s makes a variety of delicious products and are based in Shaker Heights. While I never met the owner, I know he was part of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program as I was with my company. Check out their website at www.popeskitchen.com. If you’re not local to Cleveland, you can order it online.
I would highly recommend the “Traditional Recipe” Bloody Mary Mix for Gazpacho, as they do make spicier recipes as well. I find that if it’s too spicy, I don’t taste the coolness of the cucumbers as much. I know Pope’s is available in Heinen’s, as well as the Wine Reserve in Bainbridge. I’m not certain if Giant Eagle carries it. If you find out they do, leave a comment!
Anyway, give it a whirl. I’m sure other Bloody Mary mixes will work too, I’m just a fan of Pope’s!
Make a batch of this refreshing gazpacho before summer is over! Considering it’s all veggies, the only WW Points are from the olive oil, which would be basically 1-2 points max per serving, if that!