10 Things to do in Northern Navarra

We pulled into the train station in Pamplona, the capital of Navarra, Spain (or Navarre in English– but that just sounds weird!) famous for its yearly running of the bulls. But we weren’t there to see the city, we’ll have to save its many charms for another time. We...
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3 Must Try Foods in Malaga

Warm, sunny Malaga— it’s been awhile since I walked your beaches, drove through your breathtaking, whitewashed pueblos blancos, and ate your fresh, delicious food. Luckily, this summer I plan to return, this time with Alejandro for the first time as a couple (can you believe that the other day...
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Shrimp in Whiskey Sauce (Langostinos al Whisky)

One of the most common tapas served in Seville is solomillo al whiskey (pork loin in whiskey sauce). Oily, garlicky, and delicious, I was hooked from my first bite. Strangely enough this yummy sauce hasn’t made its way up to Madrid, and while I’m sure someone in town serves...
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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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Orange and Red Pepper Salad Recipe

This easy and delicious orange and red pepper salad recipe is the perfect winter salad. Bursting with juicy oranges, roasted red peppers, olives, tuna and eggs, this salad is the perfect healthy meal. Recently Madrid Food Tour helped organize a Tapas Workshop for 20 attendees of a big conference...
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