A Typical October in Massachusetts Brilliant reds and oranges brighten the countryside, and driving to work suddenly seems that much more bearable. At home, we begin to eat some of our favorite foods-- rich and creamy concoctions that have been in hibernation for most of the … [Read more...]
I love to cook and my recipes are a reflection of the Spanish classics (mostly from my Andalusian mother-in-law) and my love for travel. For simple Spanish recipes with an occasional twist, you're in the right place!
Despite the small kitchen, uneven oven, lack of measuring cups and scale, and 2 pans of completely different sizes, I went against my better judgement and made it anyway. I mean, no birthday is complete without a good birthday cake and Cadiz isn't exactly famous for its baked … [Read more...]
Salmorejo is something you'll find on menus throughout Spain, but the best salmorejo is always found in the south. On a hot day, there is nothing more refreshing and satisfying than a bowl of cold salmorejo-- it's a must try if visiting Spain! The first time I wrote about … [Read more...]
Best Ever Homemade Zucchini Bread Recipe The past few years have proven that a quick cure for homesickness is comfort food. I suppose it’s because most of us will always associate certain foods and flavors with where we spent our childhood. My medicine comes in the form of … [Read more...]
Sometimes when traveling I try something so good that I just know, despite my efforts, I won’t be able to recreate at home. The perfectly balanced sweet yet tart cherry pastries in Budapest, the unbelievably fresh ceviche in El Salvador, the heavenly baked empanadas in Buenos … [Read more...]