Hi tapas lovers.
Maria and myself just came back from walking el Camino de Santiago (primitivo route). During such an amazing trip we made very special friends and shared plenty of Tartas de Santiago. To them, our new “Familia” and to all the Peregrinos of the world, we want to dedicate this post and this recipe, the authentic stuff. From Spain with love.Read More
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One of the amazing things of living in London is to see (and taste) the adaptation of certain Spanish dishes to the English Culture.
One of the results of such combination is the “Chorizo Roll” that you can find in plenty of Spanish stalls in street food markets al over the country.
Hi Tapas lovers. Today we visited Spandeli, a place to buy Spanish food in London, so you can prepare the meals and tapas we talk about in here!
It’s located in Dalston Ln, near the Hackney Downs train station. If you live in the north, north east, that’s not hard to find.Read More
There are not two equal Spanish Tortillas (or how we call them “Tortilla de Patatas”). Each one is different: some put onion, some put a little bit of garlic, some people put milk! Some will cut the potatoes in dices, some in cubes some in slices… well, it’s been hard to figure out what way is the best. That’s why lately at home we have been mastering the art of Tortilla Making. As someone said “Making a Spanish Tortilla is simple. Making a great Tortilla, is not!”.Read More
Hi Tapas lovers!
Last week I spent a couple of days in Madrid and I got to do my favourite tapas route in Madrid.
Madrid is one of the best places for Tapas in Spain, with Granada and San Sebastian, and you find quality and variety. So, where to start?Read More
In my last trip home to Barcelona for Holidays I got this beauty:
A clay pot. A Cassole, or “Cazuela” in spanish, the pot that is used for most of my favorite recipes.Read More