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Discover Jewish Heritage throughout Portugal and Spain

written by Gabriella Opaz | 3rd May 2018

Orange trees scent a patio in Lisbon’s ancient Alfama neighborhood. Cilantro is used to season a seafood stew, made just like this for over a thousand years. Sausage made with bread stuffing hangs in a smokehouse and its true origin is hidden. A cook fries tiny fish in olive oil, unaware of the stories that belie this humble dish....

Chef José Pizarro’s Top Foodie Tips for Spain

written by Gabriella Opaz | 1st March 2018

With a focus on simple, authentic Spanish cuisine, Chef José Pizarro has been at the forefront of bringing both traditional and innovative tapas to London. With three successful restaurants across the city, author of several Spanish cookbooks, and a regular on morning television shows, his career has taken him a long way from his farming background in Extremadura. Today,...
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Barcelona: Jewish Cuisine & Culture Walking Tour

Before the Inquisition forced many of Spain’s Jewish population to flee or convert, many Spanish cities housed truly thriving...

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Seville: Jewish Culture and Cuisine Walking Tour

Seville, the capital of Andalucía, the southern region of Spain, lies mostly along the right bank of the Guadalquivir...

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Tips on what to Eat, Drink and Savor in Spain

written by Gabriella Opaz | 7th December 2017

Sam Zucker is far from a Spanish native, but his passion and dedication to Spain has been profound. For years, he’s written on Catavino, not only infusing his writing with his love of food and wine, but for discovering the undiscovered nooks and crannies of Spain. (header photo by Sam Zucker) Sam Zucker’s Top 5 Tips for Spain and...

Top 10 Neighborhoods to Visit while in Barcelona

written by Sam Zucker | 16th May 2016

Barcelona may seem large and daunting at first approach, with its maze of windy cobbled alleyways; but after awhile, it suddenly feels like home. Streets untangle into a patterned network and neighborhoods (barrios) that once seemed remote are just a short walk away. From the Medieval and Roman history of the Ciutat Vella to the sunny squares in Gràcia and the grand...

TOP TIPS: How To Eat Your Way Around Valencia

written by Guest Blogger | 18th April 2016

Editor’s Note: Travel writer and fanatical foodie Jaillan Yehia explores Valencia on foot looking for the best tasty treats you can put in your mouth, whatever your mood. Here are her picks … Having fallen in love with Valencia on a previous visit, I already knew the culinary scene would be the highlight of any return trip to Spain’s third...

Friday Feature Photo: The Card Sharks of Madrid

written by Gabriella Opaz | 11th March 2016

Photographer: Adam Jason Moore Capture Date: June 12, 2013 Location: Madrid, Spain About: Despite their slow methodical approach, and deep-inset wrinkles, you won’t find more sly or wily players on this side of the Peninsula. Card games have long been enjoyed as a Spanish past time, and will often consist of: Loba, Botifarra, Chinchon, and the ever-so-popular, Mus. If you’ve never played, simply gift...
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