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This week, we have a guest blog post from fellow foodie Craig of CakeJournal, who has recipes for some of the most-loved sweets in Spain! A Brief History of Spanish Pastries Spanish pastries and other desserts were almost non-existent before the Romans arrived in the Iberian Peninsula....

The weather is warming up and it is finally spring in Barcelona! It's time to shake off those heavy winter coats and scarves and get outside. It's the perfect time to take a trip to Barcelona and make the most of the beautiful weather. Whether...

The late winter and early spring months in Catalonia are an exciting time for one special reason: calçots! What in the world is a calçot?, you might be asking yourself. Calçots are wild onions that grow in Catalonia, typically from December through April. Locals love to...

Seville is synonymous with tapas, as the city is packed to the gills with tapas bars, restaurants, and amazing places to eat. New tapas joints are popping up all the time, but there are many bars that are life-long local favorites. While any tapas bar...

While you have probably heard of famous Spanish foods like paella, Spanish omelette, and Spanish ham, you might not be as familiar with all the sweet treats and desserts that you can find in Spanish cuisine. Sweets don't get as much attention but are just...

Malaga is known for its bright, sunny days, laid-back lifestyle, and sizzling nightlife. Spaniards are known to dance the night away until the wee hours of the morning, and Malaga is no exception. During the day, there's nothing better than enjoying a drink in good...

Spain has hundreds of years of history and influences from many different cultures. Because of this, each region of Spain has its own cuisine that has been shaped over time, dish by dish. Wherever you are in Spain, you're guaranteed to eat incredible food. However,...

For foodies, Spain is a culinary delight just waiting to be explored. The sights and smells of the lively tapas bars, local food markets, and traditional restaurants will awaken your senses. Spanish cuisine is always evolving but stays closely connected to its roots, both in...

The one thing that Barcelona has no shortage of is restaurants. Whether you're looking for a casual tapas bar or an upscale eatery, there are so many delicious choices to pick from! There is a lot of diversity in cuisine and styles of dining, like...

Spain is rich in history and culture, with many age-old traditions still being honored to this day. This is quite noticeable in Spanish cuisine, where many recipes are unchanged from past generations. Additionally, the way that food is produced and prepared can be as important...

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