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Savory muffins, French style, are delicious as a snack and great for picnics.
Tortas de Alcázar are round flat sponge cakes typical from La Mancha, delicious.
Strawberries are in season, so it's a good time to use them in a supercute strawberry cheesecake
Grissini, typical Italian breadsticks, are perfect for the beginners in breadmaking and delicious too!
Quindims are typical Brazilian pastries made with egg yolks and coconut. Brazil in a bite!
Swedish style rolls, homemade, cut in half and toasted make a great acompaniment for all kinds of snacks.
Quince compote with manchego cheese, a reinterpretation of a typical autumnal dessert from La Mancha. (In Spanish, translator on lower bar)
Ibérico ham and figs appetizer on potato "nests", a great flavor combo
Rabbit stew with Serrano ham, mushrooms and mustard, a comforting dish for the coming autumn (in Spanish)
Beans with cockles sauteed in olive oil and white wine, a typical Spanish combination (in Spanish, translator on sidebar)
Gambas al ajillo or garlic shrimp, a very traditional Spanish tapa with a boozy twist.
Small glasses of chilled soup of melon and wine, served as a tapa
Medieval arroz con leche or rice pudding, a hugely popular Spanish dessert, now made with the Medieval original recipe.
Soldaditos de Pavía are a typical and scrumptious appetizer or tapa from Madrid, consisting of marinated codfish beignets.
Matcha mousse little pies, in remembrance of the people of Japan.
Madeira cake, lemony and dense, a truly British classic to be eaten with a glass of Madeira wine...
Sobrasada rolls, bread stuffed with delicious Balearic charcuterie... perfect for breakfast with soft-boiled eggs!
Apple cream, simple and tasty, with tart apples, cider and eggs.
Manchego cheese gives gougeres, a French savory classic, an Iberian twist... not to be missed!
Turrón is typical holiday fare in Spain, make your own chocolate variety, it is something not to be missed!
Preparing the Christmas menu: Marzipan mousse with Christmas compote
Spicy and savory squash tart with Moroccan spices, on a rye crust... something different.
Sparkling wine jelly, the perfect way to use up your champagne leftovers in style.
Arnhemse meisjes, crispy and easy to make Dutch cookies from the town of Arnhem
Tortas de aceite are sweet olive oil wafers typical from Andalusia, and very easy to make.
A sourdough loaf made with sparkling water for a special twist.
Red currants are put to good use in rote grütze, a typical German dessert accompanied by waffles
A healthy and simple salad of balsamic tomatoes and carrots en confit!
Indecent chocolate cake... food porn at its best tweaked from Nigella Lawson
Remojón is an Andalusian salad with a very original and unusual flavor combination of codfish, oranges, onion, olives and eggs
Ponche segoviano is a delicious layer cake typical from the Spanish town of Segovia, made with egg cream and marzipan.
Matcha tea noodles, homemade and served with a delicious basil cream
Tigernut milk, aka horchata de chufa, is a staple drink in the scorching Spanish summer, and can also be made into a cake!
Peach gazpacho, a fruity and also refreshing variation on this Spanish classic.