Lets be honest. Chicken noodle, broccoli-cheddar as well as minestrone are all well as well as good soups, though when a rounded off 100 degrees outside, a final thing we want to do is cozy up to a play of piping-hot liquid, right? But what about cold soup? Its usually as light as well as gratifying as a steamy counterparts, though we can suffer it though all of which steam. On this mornings brand new Chill Out episode of The Kitchen, Jeff Mauro as well as Katie Lee showed dual ways to put up with your longing for soup though sweating it out in a kitchen. The secret lies in their simple recipes for cold soups, both easy to have as well as full of summertime flavors.Sweet Corn Summer GazpachoWhile a traditional gazpacho features a fresh-tomato base, Jeff goes a corn track by sauteing summers fresh-off-the-cob kernels in a rich bottom of butter as well as leeks. All it takes is a bit of fresh garlic to progress a flavor prior to he whirls a vegetables as well as stock in a blender to create a smooth mixture. Once a puree is chilled, a all about a toppings. Think confidant flavors from preserved chiles as well as Mexican crema for balance, plus crushed Marcona almonds for welcome texture.Chilled Beet Soup with Yogurt as well as PepitasNot usually does Katies quick-fix soup exaggerate an grand crimson tone interjection to a beets, though a additionally a wholly no-cook recipe. She opts for a brew of honeyed as well as delicious flavors with coconut milk, orange juice as well as ginger. Like Jeff, she fast purees her ingredients, afterwards refrigerates them so a flavors can marry. Before serving, she finishes a soup with sour Greek yogurt as well as a shower of pepitas.Tune in to The Kitchen upon Saturdays at 11a|10c.