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Welcome to Spanish Sabores! Discover simple Spanish recipes and travel tips in Spain and beyond.

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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!

Lauren Aloise

The Tio de Nadal, or pooping log, gives Children their gifts instead of Santa Clause.

7 Spanish Christmas Traditions to Celebrate This Year

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and today David shares some Christmas traditions in Spain that make it extra special! Spain is a country full of Christmas traditions, and some of them may surprise you. From December Fools’ Day to a pooping log and an intense national lottery, Spanish Christmas has more unique customs…

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The Tio de Nadal, or pooping log, gives Children their gifts instead of Santa Clause.

7 Spanish Christmas Traditions to Celebrate This Year

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and today David shares some Christmas traditions in Spain that make it extra special! Spain is a country full of Christmas traditions, and some of them may surprise you. From December Fools’ Day to a pooping log and an intense national lottery, Spanish Christmas has more unique customs…

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Roscón de Reyes Recipe (Spanish Kings’ Cake)

Today David is preparing for the Spanish holidays far in advance with his roscón de reyes recipe! This popular Spanish kings’ cake starts making an appearance in pastry shop windows around this time of year (mid-November), and is the perfect snack alongside a thick cup of Spanish hot chocolate! If you’ve ever visited Spain around…

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polvorones de almendra recipe

Polvorones Recipe: Delicious Spanish Christmas Cookies

Today David shares his delicious polvorones recipe for some of the most popular Spanish Christmas cookies. With the holidays right around the corner, this is the perfect new cookie to try! Spanish people love sugar. It was one of the first things I noticed when I moved to Spain! Every morning at the University of…

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Getting around Barcelona

Getting Around Barcelona: Public Transportation Guide

Trying to make your way around a new city can be confusing. Throw in the fact that maps and signs in Barcelona use not just one, but two different languages, and figuring out the public transportation system may seem downright intimidating. However, there’s no reason to freak out just yet—getting around Barcelona is easier than you think.…

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