Some years ago I was working as a Horticulturist for a beautiful, private golf club named Sahalee, which means High Heavenly Ground. At Sahalee, there was a wonderful fine dining restaurant where, as employees we were lucky enough to sample some of the chef’s best dishes. One of them that I always loved in summer was the cold tomato soup. An abundance of beautiful tomatoes and cucumbers and temps topping out at 96 degrees prompted me to create this lovely cold soup for dinner. This is my version of the Sahalee Heavenly Cold Tomato Soup. It is easy to put together without a lot of time at a hot stove and gets better over time and the colder it gets the better it tastes.