Spanish food is all about amazing ingredients and lots of love. Allow yourself to be transported to Spain by these easy and authentic recipes (vegetarian ones…
One of the top things to do in Malaga (or anywhere in Spain) is eat tapas! But figuring out how to navigate crowded restaurants and tapas bars can be difficult when you travel to a new city. Our guide to how to order tapas in Malaga features five tips that will help you make the most of the city's incredible gastronomy. #Malaga #foodie
Donostia: home of the famous cheesecake, more Michelin star restaurants per capita than anywhere else in the world, and some incredible pintxos and tapas bars. But this delicious destination in the Basque Country has suffered due to the lack of tourism in 2020. If you’re in the area, consider heading out to one of these San Sebastian small businesses to show them some love, or if you’re not, there are a few that sell their products online!
This watermelon gazpacho recipe gives a unique and different twist on the more traditional gazpacho recipes. Substitute half the tomatoes you'd normally use with equal amounts of watermelon, and you've got a refreshing summer recipe that will leave you wanting more!
Crème brûlée is one of the most famous sweets in the world, but have you heard of crema catalana? The first recipes for this similar sweet treat date back centuries before the famous French version appeared! Today, it's a staple of Spanish cuisine and the perfect way to end any tapas crawl on a high note. This guide will show you where to find the best crema catalana in Barcelona, so you'll be well on your way to appreciating this delicious local food for yourself. #Barcelona #delish