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Category: Food

Most popular dishes from all over the world

Wondering what to cook for dinner? Do you want to taste the cultures of other, distant countries of the world? You can combine the pleasant with the useful, while cooking and learning about culinary secrets at the same time.

Spanish sweets that you should try

If you are in Spain you can’t be on a diet because spanish people make a lot of gooooooooood sweet things and have really deep traditions for it. Probably any of traditional festivals here would not be so good without sweets, for example, as Cabalgata de los Reyes when there are thrown more than 100 tons of sweets!

Very Tasty Summer Salads

When the hot summer days hit the city, any trick to cool down is welcome! And one of them is eating tasty fresh summer salads with vegetables and a nice dressing. Here are some easy recipes for you :)

History of Churros

Have you have wondered how this delicious sweet came into the world? There are different threories, so keep reading to know more! Also, we give a few of our recommendations where you could try out churros this weekend! :)

The Best Tapas in Andalucia

Spain is knwon for its Tapas, small portions of food that are served warm or cold. You can enjoy Tapas in basically every bar or bodega, accompanied by a cold beer or wine. Usually, Spanish people have tapas before lunch and dinner (which is pretty late here as you know). In this article the most popular Tapas dished in Andalucia are listed :)

Make your own homemade ice cream

Summer is around the corner, temperatures are rising, and you would like to cool off and at the same time enjoy some sweet treat? That´s what are ice creams for! Down below we are bringing you a couple of really easy recipes for delicious home made ice creams, and, moreover, healthy ones! :)

What is Cena del pescaito of Feria de Abril?

Two weeks after celebration of Semana Santa, it is time for Feria de Abril. The fairgrounds of the neighbourhood of Los Remedios is decorated to become a unique city filled with hundreds of casetas, carriages and attractions with a constant flow of flamenco women and men in traditional suits. Clearly, no tradition held in Spain can be done without a generous help of food and drink - and Feria is no exception.