Matthew Scott talks about his restaurant, Gumbo, and adapting world-famous New Orleans cuisine to the Spanish palette without compromising authenticity.
Disappointed with desserts in Madrid, Jennifer Bardier and her husband, Constantino, set up Wicked Sweet to show Madrileños what a brownie really is.
Paul Reidy and David Genis are the guys behind El Balonazo, an online retailer of alternative football theme t-shirts promoting football culture in Madrid.
Lauren Aloise sets up the job she didn’t know she was made for in Madrid and talks about some of the challenges of running Madrid Food Tour.
The Spanish have contributed in many ways to mankind, but are surprisingly absent in the world of invention. Why is that?
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For many Americans and Spanish living in Madrid, Taste of America serves as the hub of all things American: from cranberry sauce to cake mix.