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Visiting Malaga in Summer

Malaga sounds like the perfect summer destination, a Mediterranean oasis with beautiful beaches and sprawling terraces serving tapas and sangria. But in order to really take advantage of Malaga in summer, you have to know when to go off the beaten path. Many visitors don't realize that Malaga is … [Read More...]

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How I Started My Business in Spain

Today’s post won’t be a delightful sangria recipe or a drool worthy Spanish food destination– it’s about to get personal here. So if you’re reading for the pictures of pinchos and tortillas, apologies– we’ll hopefully be back to regular programing very soon! 3 years ago I had no idea what I was doing… July of […]

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What to Eat in Aragon

Wondering what to eat in Aragon? Local Spain expert Trevor Huxham shares his tips from the road! Don’t they sound delicious? For the carnaval school break this year between February and March, I made a whirlwind circuit of Aragón in eastern Spain. A “flyover state” for people traveling between Madrid and Barcelona, Aragón occupies a vast smath […]

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Visiting Bodegas Gutiérrez Colosia

When I first visited El Puerto de Santa María in 2009, I didn’t know the first thing about sherry wines. I still remember my first sip of my father-in-law’s manzanilla (a bone dry style of sherry with a salty and yeasty flavor); it was intense and intimidating, and I left it alone for another year or […]

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Seville on a plate: 5 bites worth the trip!

This past January I visited Seville for three days of non-stop eating as my friend Jen (Partaste) and I researched for upcoming articles. Seville has always been one of my favorite food cities in Spain, and the tapas culture is as strong as ever. As my former home, I have so many great memories there, […]

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La Candela Tapas Bar: Fresh and delicious local food in Cadiz

Eating in Cadiz is a joy– cold sherry, cheap tapas, hearty breakfasts, and fried fish are only some of the delights in store for people lucky enough to visit the region. But finding a favorite restaurant in the city of Cadiz had proved difficult for Alejandro and I. Each trip we’d sample something new, but there was […]