The Tradition of Basque Cider Houses in Spain

This coming weekend I head to Navarra for #ruraltrip, an initiative to highlight all that Navarra has to offer visitors. One thing I am really hoping is on the itinerary? A cider house. Today Marti Kilpatrick of the fantastic food blog Blank Palate shares with us a bit about Springtime...
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When Night Falls: La Ruta de la Croqueta

Today I bring you a special post written by my friend Lauren Heineck, another food and wine loving Lauren living in Spain (we are everywhere!). Lauren and I met last year and she immediately had us signed up for cheese tours and milk farm excursions, allowing me the opportunity...
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Strange Spanish Foods: Snails in Seville

Snail Tale: A Guide to Eating Caracoles in Seville Spring in Seville is like a four-act play: incense and heavy religious floats of Holy Week are followed by sherry and lively dancing at the city fair. Next comes the intense heat, leaving the city vacant by day and, finally,...
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Logroño, Spain: Put it on Your Radar!

Why Logroño, Spain is an Up and Coming Destination Getaway By: Elizabeth Carlson of Young Adventuress When people plan a trip to Spain, I can honestly say very few of them choose to go to Logroño. This is not because it isn’t worth visiting, but rather because few people...
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