Alcohol
The strongest of the traditional spirits of Spain are various types of aguardiente (Spanish aguardiente, literally - "burning water"), produced by distilling fermented fruit or vegetable raw materials. The most…

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What dishes to try in Spain (part 2)
Hamon (Hamon) What meat dishes should you try in Spain? First of all-the famous dry-cured ham ham. It is prepared from the hind legs of pigs, sprinkled with plenty of…

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Spanish cuisine: what is its history? Part 2
People who do not like hotels, but prefer to rent apartments or villas, immediately plunge into the grocery-shopping-market world of the country in which they reside. The world is usual…

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Spanish cuisine: Traditions and peculiarities

The cuisine of modern Spain is not much different from the old, native, simple and delicious peasant. Fresh herbs, goat cheese, farm bread, olives, fish dishes, cider and sangria wine – all these delicacies, soaked in sunlight, can be enjoyed everywhere in any restaurant on the beach. Spanish cuisine, despite its simplicity, is extremely diverse, as it has absorbed Roman and Moorish traditions, French and African elements, the traditional outline of Mediterranean cuisine and many elements imported from the New World. Read also: TOP 7 dishes of Spanish cuisine national cuisine of Spain is a completely abstract concept, because each region has its own special culinary tradition. We can only highlight the common points that are typical for the whole of Spain-an abundance of fresh vegetables, stewing meat and vegetables in wine, baking with sheep cheese and grilling, as well as the widespread use of sage greens, olives and grated walnuts. Continue reading

Sweet life in Spanish: what is it?
As the great musician Ziryab once commanded, after the hot everything should go to dessert — fruits, cheeses and sweets. It is known that Spanish cuisine has experienced several influences,…

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Spanish cuisine: Traditions and peculiarities
The cuisine of modern Spain is not much different from the old, native, simple and delicious peasant. Fresh herbs, goat cheese, farm bread, olives, fish dishes, cider and sangria wine…

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SPANISH NATIONAL CUISINE: PASSION FOR FOOD (part 1)
The diversity of culinary traditions: from Africa to America, the cuisine of Spain has absorbed the culinary traditions of the Arabs, Italians, Greeks, learned a lot from the gastronomic preferences…

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Spanish soups: which to choose?
Today the Spaniards were busy with two important things. First, for the first time in decades, a bull killed a bullfighter in a bullfight. Secondly, in the evening everyone gathered…

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