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Madrid’s culinary revolution

The Spanish capital’s traditional cuisine, unchanged for centuries, is merging with regional dishes, international fusion food and vegetarianism to create an exciting new scene.
Read more… 01 June 2012

A taste of Andalucían olive oil

The Iberian Peninsula’s southernmost region is home to warm weather, beautiful landscapes and a world-famous olive oil industry.
01 June 2012

Worldwide Weird

Dinner cooked by an active volcano

Rather than relying on fire, electricity or natural gas, chefs at the Canary Islands’ El Diablo restaurant cook their meat using the heat of a still-active volcano.
Read more… 08 May 2012

A culinary pilgrimage along the Way of St James

For hundreds of years, pilgrims have walked the Way of St James in search of grace. Now, travellers head to Spain’s rugged north in search of culinary enlightenment.
Read more… 27 September 2011

Food, land and faith in northern Spain

Follow in the well-worn footsteps of medieval pilgrims, explore the harsh, wildly beautiful landscapes, and sample the culinary alchemy of the northern Spanish kitchen.
27 September 2011

Postcard from Valencia

Spain’s third largest city is the home of paella, fresh seafood, cured meats and lively bars.
Read more… 14 July 2011

Mini guide to La Rioja, Spain

Along the Camino de Santiago, the Rioja's small towns are home to ancient monasteries and novel wineries. The rolling hillsides are perfect for growing their eponymous wine.
Read more… 06 July 2011

A budget and blowout guide to Barcelona

This buzzing city is on the cutting edge of the European food scene.
Read more… 07 February 2011

Madrid and the art of tapas

The capital’s reputation for culinary excellence lies in bite-sized morsels that serve as the great samplers of Spanish cuisine.
Read more… 04 November 2010

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