From Rioja and albariño to cava and sherry, Spain is a wine lover’s paradise. In our ultimate guide to Spanish wine, you'll learn everything you need to know about its fascinating history, important regions, and popular grapes -- plus tips for buying and cooking with Spanish wine!
Fun fact: there's really no such thing as "kid food" in Spain! When mealtime rolls around, Spanish children usually dig in to whatever the adults are eating—be it seafood, fish, stews or steaks.
This fried eggplant with honey recipe is a popular tapa throughout Andalusia. Known locally as berenjenas fritas con miel, it's a sweet and savory dish that you must try at least once! Luckily, it's easy enough to prepare at home. You can use molasses (miel de caña) or bee's...
It's the spice that makes chorizo red, stews hearty, bravas sauce spicy, Galician octopus smokey and mojo picón fiery. Pimentón, AKA Spanish paprika, is as fundamental to Spanish cooking as black pepper is to kitchens across the US.
What is the most authentic Spanish paella recipe? It's a controversial subject! But this classic paella Valenciana recipe is the traditional chicken paella that many call the original. It combines chicken and either pork ribs or rabbit (your choice!) with green beans, butter beans, garlic, paprika, and saffron.
When the late afternoon or early evening rolls around, people all across Spain sit down to eat—but it's not quite dinnertime yet. (In fact, it won't be for a couple more hours!) Instead, this time of day is reserved for the sacred merienda.