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A Checklist of the Best Paella and Rice Dishes in Spain

A Checklist of the Best Paella and Rice Dishes in Spain

The one dish that every tourist wants to try in Spain is paella. Paella is one of Spain’s national dishes and is favorite among the locals. This dish is as traditional as it gets, and any Spaniard will tell you that nobody does it better than their mother. But did you know there there is…

10 Tasty Cold Tapas That are Perfect to Eat in Summer

10 Tasty Cold Tapas That are Perfect to Eat in Summer

The scorching temperatures in Spain mean that people look for just about any way to keep cool. This includes the way that the locals cook and eat during the hottest months. Why use the stove top or oven when there are so many delicious cold tapas you can try? Here are 10 dishes that are…

9 Vegan and Vegetarian Tapas that Need to Be on Your Must-Eat List

9 Vegan and Vegetarian Tapas that Need to Be on Your Must-Eat List

In a country that loves its meat as much as Spain, it can sometimes be a bit of a challenge to find vegan and vegetarian-friendly options on the menu. When you go to a tapas bar you’ll notice that the menu is often laden with cured meats, cheeses, and other options that aren’t apt for…

Going Beyond Jamón: Spanish Cured Meats that We Can’t Stop Eating

Going Beyond Jamón: Spanish Cured Meats that We Can't Stop Eating

Chances are you’ve heard about Spanish ham, jamón ibérico, and all its delicious glory. However, did you know that there are a plethora of other Spanish cured meats out there that deserve your attention? Here are 9 meats that you need to sink your teeth into and understand why we’re so in love! Jamón ibérico…

Where to Get the Best Fideuà in Barcelona, Paella’s Catalan Cousin

Where to Get the Best Fideuà in Barcelona, Paella's Catalan Cousin

One dish that you absolutely have to try when you visit Barcelona is fideuà, a local specialty that’s an alternative to paella. Many tourist traps have this dish on the menu, but when you have it you want the real deal. Here are a few restaurants where you can get the best fideuà in Barcelona,…

Black Truffle: What Does this Gourmet Ingredient Taste Like?

Black Truffle: What Does this Gourmet Ingredient Taste Like?

When people hear the words “black truffle” they automatically think of fine, elegant cuisine and delicious food. And while chances are you’ve heard of this delicacy, many people haven’t yet had the pleasure of tasting it. So what exactly do truffles taste like, and what are the best ways to enjoy them? Let’s take a…

All about Spanish Croquettes, One of Spain’s Essential Tapas

All about Spanish Croquettes, One of Spain's Essential Tapas

Croquettes are one of Spain’s most popular tapas, and a staple in most Spanish kitchens, as well. These delicious little bites are everything you look for in a comfort food: crispy, salty, crunchy, and tasty. Read on to learn more about this essential Spanish favorite and how to make them! What are croquettes?

Espetos, the Delicious Spanish Sardines of Malaga

Espetos in Malaga

If you’ve ever visited Malaga’s beaches in the summertime, you’ve no doubt smelled the unmistakable aroma of espetos, or Spanish sardines. While you may see espetos on menus all across Malaga you might not know exactly what they are. So let’s crack into it and talk all things Spanish sardines! What are espetos? Espetos are…

Impress Your Guests with These Spanish Patatas Bravas

Impress Your Guests with These Spanish Patatas Bravas

Patatas bravas are one of the most famous tapas in Spain, readily available on almost every tapas bar menu. Surprisingly, these delicious potato bites are easy to prepare and make for the perfect dish for your next dinner party! To bring a little Spanish flair to your next event, try this recipe for patatas bravas…

5 Absolutely Delicious Spanish Sheep Cheeses to Try

5 Absolutely Delicious Spanish Sheep Cheeses to Try

Spanish sheep cheese is famous around the world for its unique taste and commitment to creating a quality product. Most sheep cheese comes from the central and southern regions of Spain, however the country prides itself on quality cheeses from all over the country. Radiating outwards from Madrid is La Meseta, a high, dry plateau…