Eating in Spain – Spanish food review
Spanish cuisine over the centuries has been influenced by many peoples-Romans, Moors, French, Italians. In General, the dishes are simple and uncomplicated, which is explained by their peasant origin for…

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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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Tapas-special food
Tapas are different small, but very hearty dishes that are suitable for a quick snack, and for snacks during lunch or a party with friends in the bar or at…

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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

10 Spanish dishes you should try at least once in your life
Spanish omelette or potato tortilla Spanish potato tortilla It is believed that the first mention of the Spanish tortilla dates back to 1817. According to legend, a poor resident 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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What is paella paella at home?
Spanish cuisine (as opposed to Italian, French, as well as Chinese and Thai cuisine) does not belong to the "great cuisines of the world". That absolutely says nothing: Russian won…

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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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