Just over the border from France, you will be enchanted by Costa Brava, Spain and its serene, picturesque villages and gorgeous coastline.
Soon to be located in San Sebastián, Paulo Airaudo is starting his new solo path where he’ll experiment with new directions in the kitchen in his most personal venture: opening a signature restaurant in the luscious region of Donostia-San Sebastián.
Try this refreshing cider from the French-Basque region that is not overtly sweet and fun to pour far from the glass.
There’s no other hamburguesa or hamburger place like El Filete Ruso (and La Burg, another…
A land of olive oil and wine, here’s what you have to try in Spain’s Catalonia region of Les Garrigues.
Everyone loves a good ham. Spanish jamón ibérico is sure to kick it up a notch this season. Check out the benefits of a unique delicacy.
Grab your passport and read on for a local food expert’s tips on the favorite of San Sebastian gastronomical delights.
With a large population of Spanish-Basque, Boise has a rich culture and food scene that is meant to be discovered, tasted, and enjoyed.
Tortilla española, or omelette, is quintessential Spanish fare. It can be found in bars and upscale restaurants in Spain. It is so easy to make at home, too
Two stunning national dishes. One winner. Spain competes against Australia in the next installation of the Culinary World Cup.
Granda, Spain is home to intricate architecture and stunning landscapes. Despite the distractions, their delicious and varied gazpachos cannot be ignored.
Enter the colorful market of Barcelona, one of the city’s foremost attractions. Immerse yourself in their exotic offerings.
Spanish tortilla is maybe one of the most famous Spanish dishes, an omelette made with potato.
Margaux Alexandria Cintrano with a mini guide to Jaén, the Andalusian Tuscany.
During the week of January 21st through January 23rd, all eyes were on Madrid’s Ifema Convention Centre.
Margaux Alexandria Cintrano takes on a tasty journey through 15th century Spain.
Wine writer Rasmus Palsgaard tries the 2009 vintages from fellow Dane Peter Sisseck, and his famous line of Spanish wines.
Miriam Garcia with one of the most classic Spanish tapas – fried padron peppers.
In the mountains of the Costa Blanca, Kelly visits a restaurant where they still make the paella over a wood-burning fire.
Kelly Simpson visits this charming hotel in the center of Marxuquera Valley, a few kilometers from the beaches of the Costa Blanca.
A visit to this iconic monument located in the historic center of the city of Turia, Valencia.
Serve this refreshing appetizer with a chilled beer and your guests will be delighted.
Today we’re taking the next step in the life of Honest Cooking – by launching Honest Cooking Spain.
This is a simple and light version of paella, without olive oil or spending hours in the kitchen.
A tapa made of cute tiny bell peppers stuffed with delicious Spanish tortilla.
Khalilah Ramdene takes a flavorful trip back to Spain with a cup of Bon-Bon coffee.
Kalle Bergman spent three days at the iconic Marbella Club and came back with lots of love for the legendary hotel.
Salmon cooked in wine, olive oil, vinegar and pimentón, served on toast as a tapa – Berasategui style.
Grilled cuttlefish in bite-sized pieces, dipped in a mild roasted garlic alioli.
Nagalakshmi Viswanathan with her own personal take on the classic Spanish drink.
Anne Manson with one of the few Andalucian recipes that are influenced by the Moorish period.
It’s green fig season in sunny Andalucia. Locally they are known as Brevas – the green cousin of the black fig. They are totally divine and Anne Manson just can’t get enough of them.
Miriam Garcia decides to change her mindset and try to think like a non-Spaniard looking for scrumptious, colorful and easy-to-make tapas.
Need a really refreshing and delicious summer party beverage? Well sangria is just that.
It’s Christmas again. No, wait, that’s not true! But Miriam Garcia turns a typical Christmas confectionery into an ice cream that deserves to be eaten all year.
We say Hola to Diana Bauman, who cooks us a lovely spring tapa with asparagus and Spanish chorizo.
Bienvenido to Miriam Garcia, our Madrid correspondent, who delivers a delicious classic dish from the Spanish capital.