tapas


Considered by many as Spain’s national dish, the emblematic paella is a flavorful concoction that has won the hearts of many throughout the world. A jumble of cooked-to-savory-softness yellow rice mixed with fresh seafood, red meat and a myriad of condiments, the paella makes for a hearty Mediterranean meal.  Best […]

The Most Famous Spanish Dish: Paella


Spain is reputed for many things: its rich culture, flamboyant traditional arts and beaches but most of all, it is best known for its food. The paella, ubiquitous jamon (cured ham) and churros con chocolate have all give Spain its world-famous status as a culinary capital. With such a rich gastronomy, […]

Cooking Classes in Spain




Barcelona, being the capital of Catalonia, is a gourmet hub for foodies and wine-lovers. Its collection of Michelin starred restaurants is impressive, and its series of avant-garde wine bars, specialty olive oil and chocolate shops enticing and best of all, Barcelona is home to some of the top food markets […]

Food and Market Walking Tour in Barcelona


While researching for my piece on famous Spanish foods last week, I started a series of conversations with fellow Spain lovers on Twitter. From where best to sample jamon to picking up the freshest boquerones in the country, they had a wealth of knowledge to share and discuss. Some are […]

Twitter Poll: What’s Your Favorite Spanish Food and Where to ...


Any mention of Spanish gastronomy and its addictive tapas and world-class wine inevitably come to mind. In the Spanish capital of Madrid, you might be miles away from the nearest wine-producing vineyard, but its tabernas and tapas bars have got a reputation to uphold. Madrid is never short on authentic Spanish tapas and exquisite […]

Tapas and Wine Tours in Madrid