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.
Escargot is a famous French appetizer but they’re not the only ones sucking on shells. Caracoles a la madrileña is a traditional dish served in Madrid.
Could you name just five Spanish artisan cheeses? Poncelet sets out to provide cheese lovers in Madrid with artisan cheeses from Spain and Europe.
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.
Find yourself in Carrefours and Días for your groceries? You’re chickening out and cheating yourself of the market experience. Learn to shop like a local.
Offer anyone a plate of pig’s ear and you’ll usually get a grimace as a response. But pig’s ear cooked to a golden crisp is a simple, delicious dish.