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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Ideas for lunch: Spanish gazpacho
Gazpacho is a Spanish soup originating in the Mediterranean cuisine. Despite the fact that this is the first dish that is eaten cold, in winter it does not hurt to…

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Features of Spanish cuisine
The cuisine of Spain has a truly Royal variety. It is interesting that the traditional "set of dishes" and methods of cooking vary depending on the region. However, there are…

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Features of Spanish cuisine

The cuisine of Spain has a truly Royal variety. It is interesting that the traditional “set of dishes” and methods of cooking vary depending on the region. However, there are common points – and in Catalonia and Andalusia eat tapas, love gazpacho soup and, of course, the traditional Spanish paella. No meal is complete without olive oil, whether it is a dinner in the Basque Country or a light snack somewhere in a Castilian cafe. By the way, if a tourist orders ice cream on a hot summer day, it is likely that it will also be prepared on the basis of olive oil. In Spain, this type of oil is used for everything-it is fried, baked, prepared sauces, seasoned salads, added to pastries and sweet desserts.

Seafood and jamon
An integral part of Spanish cuisine is a variety of seafood. In terms of the amount of seafood consumed per capita, Spain is second only to Japan worldwide. Continue reading

Where to dine in Barcelona for € 2?
BOCATAS DE SULTAN Where? Calle Joaquim Costa, 56 Joaquim Costa street is a gold mine for the hunter of cheap food. In Bocatas de Sultán prepare the legendary potatoes for…

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Spanish wines: what to drink?
To begin with-a little statistics that will show us the complexity of the issue. So, Spain is the country with the largest number of vineyards on the planet. 15% of…

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Why food is not the most important thing in a Spanish lunch
The Spanish word sobremesa has no correspondences in other languages, although the idea here is quite simple. This is the time you enjoy sitting at the table with friends or…

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GASTRONOMIC THESAURUS (part 1)
The trivial thesis held by the British is that we " eat to live, not live to eat." At the same time, as K. Fox observes, the enjoyment and admiration…

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