Semana Santa on the Via de la Plata, Part I

At last, after a two year delay, we are beginning our Easter on the Via de la Plata Tour. Over the next ten days, we will travel along the Via de la Plata route from Seville to Santiago.

Can I get by as a Vegetarian in Spain? An interview with Gabriela Llamas (pt. i)

I’m sure you have heard it all before- it is unthinkable to order a meal without meat at a restaurant in Spain. With the highest m...

Can I get by as a Vegetarian in Spain?: An Interview with Gabriela Llamas (pt. ii)

Last issue, I discussed with Gabriela her background with cooking, as well as starting to look at her views on vegetarian food.  ...

Oh my GODELLO!

Post on Spain's Godello grape, also known as “Spain’s hidden gem” and “the country’s best kept secret”.

My Virtual Wine Tasting Experience

Hey, it’s Emily ! Okay, I know what you’re thinking- the only thing worse than a family Zoom is one with complete strangers. Th...

Tapa Recipe: Mojeteo Extremeño

A unique, savory summer salad... This is a typical dish from the north of Cáceres, in Extremadura, set within the Sierra de Gat...

Spanish Rosé, you say?

Who doesn’t love a cold glass of refreshing rosé on a hot, summer's day?  Or even “rosé all day”, as the catchy phrase of many soc...

Tapa: Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms with Manchego Cheese

On the last Saturday of April (on the 24th!  12pm PST, 3pm EST, 8pm UK, 9pm Spain), we will be hosting a comparative wine tasting ...

NOW is the time to drink Spain’s Garnacha (Grenache)!

A Grape Called Garnacha We take a closer look at one of the world’s most widespread grape varieties, garnacha, growing in almost ...

Sherry’s Rich History: The Tale of Spain’s Fortified Wine

To be hosted again soon, we had our Spanish Saturdays wine tasting to debunk the notion that sherry is a cooking wine and little m...