Chimichurri Sauce, easy and perfect on everything!
Individual pear tarts with a mascarpone yogurt filling
Kick off summer with a family style meal of delicious Seafood Paella
Potato and Roasted Bell Pepper Frittata. Otherwise known as a delicious Spanish Tortilla.
A traditional Spanish dish starring garbanzo beans and spinach. Comforting... delicious!
Gazpacho Shooters! A tall, cool dark refreshing drink of VEGGIES ; )
Lentil Soup with chorizo, inspired by a Frank Camorra recipe from Movida
Peach gazpacho, a fruity and also refreshing variation on this Spanish classic.
Spicy Spanish Rice. A quick side dish for any night of the week.
Spanish beans with a French dish....oh mon dieu.
Gotta love it................
Paciencias are small crispy cookies, typical from Castilla, the central part of Spain.
Inpired by Barcelona fish markets: fried smoked salmon and pulpitos (squid) with lemon and parsley
Spanish Prawns with Spicy Lentils
Spanish Churro Discs
Tostada With Garrotxa Cheese
Spanish paella - long grain rice cooked in sofrito with mushrooms, shrimp, cuttlefish, and mussels. Delicious and healthy too!
Smokey slices of grilled Spanish chorizo sausage on a bed of aubergine (eggplant) relish.
Seafood Paella: saffron-infused rice simmered with a combination of shrimp, scallops and squid. A special dish for a milestone anniversary.
Homemade Churros Con Chocolate
Spanish Tortilla - golden potatoes and green onions held together with eggs.
Refreshing Gazpacho Soup. With diced cucumbers, pepper and homemade toasted croutons. Welcome summer!
Cherry gazpacho, a daring variation on the traditional recipe, with a softer and sweeter flavor.
Octopus with Paprika
Saffron and Olive Oil Cake
No-cook gazpacho soup
Raspberry espuma or foam, a light and airy recipe from Spanish chef Ferrán Adriá
Funky chorizo: a spicy tapas with crusty bread, olives, and, obviously, chorizo ! (In french, with translator in sidebar)
Jose Andres’ liquid olives. One of many tastes we sampled at Spanish wine event Great Match.
Chorizo & potatoes in a sherry broth, and some thoughts on "having time" to cook on weeknights
An Almond Torte for reminiscing about Northern Spain and all of the amazing Spanish desserts.
Who says Pesto has to be made with Parmesan?