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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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Mini Hamburger in Granada

Gourmet Burger Favourites Gourmet Burger options have been appearing more and more in Gastrobars and restaurants in Granada. Alongside more traditional Andalusian dishes on the menu I have been checking out what is so special about these burgers. Here´s a selection

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Spanish Churros Lazos

Spanish Churros Showstopper In Autumn 2016 on the Great British Bake Off (Series 7 Ep.4) the showstopper challenge was Spanish Churros. There were quite a few errors when they talked about Churros throughout the programme. Now in the UK a

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Cafeteria Sibarita Granada de Tapas

Best Tapa in Granada This month Granada Tapas Bars Festival begins. Granada de Tapas is on from Monday 25th de February until Thursday 14th March 2019. Chefs from Granada will present this foodie festival to showcase one of the main attractions of

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Los Patos Granada Hospes

Autumn in Granada is a strange season. Temperatures fluctuate dramatically from mid 30ºC to a maximum of 15ºC in November. Seasonal food comes into season like Persimmon, pomegranates and of course wild mushrooms. Local Autumn dishes appear on Andalusian kitchen

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Tenerife Food Market Stall

I didnt expect Tenerife food to be so vastly different than the dishes we eat in Spain. Last weekend I travelled to Santa Cruz de Tenerife and was blown away by the great food there. TBM Tenerife, a conference for

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Authentic Spain Food

When I first arrived in Spain. The market was a fascinating place for me to visit. Spain food such as fresh fish and endless varieties of olives seemed to me like a whole new world. 20 years on it was

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Malaga Wines

Wine is an inherent part of Spanish culture yet it hasn’t always heralded the international respect of French and Italian varieties. The wine industry in Spain is now beginning to receive the recognition it deserves. The beauty of Spanish wines

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Granada shopping Gran Cafe Bib Rambla

Some of the oldest bars in Granada follow the most Traditional Shops article. The most traditional cafés and bar in Granada have been open for over a century and are many are still in business today. Unfortunately the jewel in the

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