Spanish & Meditteranean Food
Coffee made with love

As I can´t get out for my barista coffee each day things have changed this month. Used to visiting a local specialist coffee shop to have coffee ground before my eyes. I am now having to prepare my morning café

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Orange blossom Tea by piccavey

In Andalusia many old traditions are still in place today. This is part of the charm of living in Southern Spain. The collection of orange blossom is still done by some locals. In the South of Spain as the region

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Ecija Spanish Tapas

ow a Spanish Tapas night at home? Spanish Tapas aren´t that complicated to actually make yourself. (No matter where you live in the world) It´s not going to be ambitious. I promise there will be no hard to find complicated

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Atmosphere at the Seville Fair

Perhaps the best time to visit Seville is for the Spring Fair. Each year in April, thousands of people visit the largest and most celebrated festival in Andalusia. The Seville Fair; or as the locals call it – Feria de Abril.

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Spanish Churros Lazos

Spanish Churros On the 7th Series of the Great British Bake Off (Series 7 Ep.4) the showstopper challenge was Spanish Churros. I noticed quite a few blips when they talked about Churros throughout the programme. The trend for churros in

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Aubergines with Honey Cordoba Food in Spain

Cordoba Restaurants in Spain Cordoba is such a pretty city. Having visited many times since 2006 I now take a closer look at Cordoba Restaurants and its local Food. This time to discover Cordoba more in depth. I specifically visited lots

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Paella at Hospes Los Patos Granada Rice Days

The Paella had humble origins as far back as the 15th-16th century. Yet has become known as Spain´s national dish. Originally from Valencia and Alicante regions. The traditional Valencia Paella is often misrepresented. An authentic Paella does not have seafood

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typical Granada tapas

Granada Tapas Bars Granada tapas culture is a pleasant surprise for most visitors when they arrive. Tasting delicious free tapas as soon as you get into the first bar. When you request a drink in most bars in Granada you

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Bocados Foodie Fair Gourmet in Granada

On World Tapas Day, June 20th I´m sharing my Bib Gourmand experience at the fifth edition of ´Bocados´ festival. This gastronomic event in Granada was earlier this month. Located on Paseo del Salon, along the river, it lasted four days.

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Spanish Food at Granada Market

One of the best things about life in Spain is the food. Cooking in Spain, getting local and seasonal produce each day is a way of life. It is also something to enjoy when you travel to Spain a a self

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