Many Spaniards dismiss sangria but its been a huge hit in the USA since it was brought over at the 1964 World’s Fair. But you can still enjoy it in Spain.
You say you don’t like olives but what you really mean is that you haven’t found the right one. Spain’s got over 60 varieties so there’s bound to be one olive out there for you.
Spain’s top chefs have been dominating the culinary scene. Here’s 9 master chefs you should know about.
Thanksgiving can be a little rough when you’re far from your family in North America. But with easy access to a couple of American goods stores and some good company, you could pull off a Thanksgiving dinner in Madrid that won’t leave you feeling so homesick.
So you missed lunch and it’s now 5 o’clock and you can’t find anywhere serving food. Or you’re wandering home after a night out and your stomach demands one thing… FOOD! But what exactly does one eat on the go in Spain? Here Lauren Aloise has the answer as we explore the wonderful world of empanadas.
At the end of a long week, what we all need is a nice relaxing Sunday. But after a while it’s easy to get stuck in a rut and end up doing the same ol’ weekend thing. Luckily, Lauren Aloise has some suggestions for a fun and chilled out Sunday.