I might be slightly biased when I say that Spanish cuisine is world class but it’s hard not to fall in love with it. These are some of the most popular Spanish delicacies. If you’re not lucky enough to live in Spain they’re all available on Amazon for home delivery – perfect for putting together …
One of my favourite things about Spain is the food – fresh ingredients, often straight from the sea, simply cooked.
Eating at tapas bars allows you to try lots of small dishes with the premise that if you like it, you can order more but if you don’t then, not to worry, you can move on and try something else. This is ideal when you consider that some tapas only cost €1 or €2 each and, in many places, come free with your drinks.(more…)
Spanish food is truly world class and, during a recent weekend in Seville, I was in foodie heaven.
With hundreds of bars and restaurants in the city we really were spoilt for choice. I’d read up on a few ‘must visit’ places but, for this first trip, we simply wandered around and went in to whichever took our fancy at the time – some were tiny bodeguitas with just a few locals sitting outside with a coffee, others were buzzing with a mix of tourists and locals. The one thing they all had in common? The food was delicious.(more…)
I love wandering round markets and Cadiz’s Mercado Central is a food lover’s dream! So much so, that I’m going to let the pictures do most of the talking for me!(more…)
Yes, I know pesto is Italian and not Spanish but a) I absolutely love it (even though I usually buy it ready made in a jar) and b) I’ve got so much basil growing in my little herb garden that it made sense to have a go at making my own.(more…)