SEASONAL – Summer

Coca Sant Joan

Spanish Coca de Sant Joan Recipe in 5 easy steps

Want to learn how to make coca bread? June 24th is Saint John’s day, and in Catalonia people celebrate it with a big fireworks festival the evening before. Locals get together to make bonfires, see the fireworks, toast with cava and… eat coca bread! It’s easy to buy it in any local bakery or cake […]

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Fishing charters Barcelona and other activities

Barcelona fishing ideas

Barcelona fishing charters and other activities for fishing lovers Most people won’t think of Barcelona as a fishing area. But the thing is that being located by the Mediterranean sea, there are many fishing related activities that will allow you to enjoy your favorite hobby and do something away from the tourist crowds. From fishing […]

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Authentic Gazpacho from Spain

Make Spanish Gazpacho like my (Spanish) mom makes it

A traditional gazpacho recipe Gazpacho andaluz is the most popular cold tomato soup in Spain in the Summer. It’s really popular because it’s very easy to make, it’s very refreshing, and it’s not just vegetarian friendly, but also vegan and raw food eaters and do it. It can even be made gluten-free by adjusting the […]

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Where to drink Orchata in Barcelona

Orchata in Barcelona: find the real thing

A foodie-aproved Barcelona horchateria list My baby is almost 21 months old and she already loves horchata de chufa (or orxata de xufa in Catalan), a Summer drink favorite in Spain, specially in Valencia, where the drink is original from, and along the Mediterranean coast. White like milk, but not a dairy product, this refreshing beverage […]

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Sitges things to do, by ForeverBarcelona

What to visit in Sitges

Don’t know what to see in Sitges? Sitges is a cool little seaside town just 30 minutes South of Barcelona. It’s a quick ride on the motorway, supereasy if you take the Garraf tunnels, and a bit trickier if you decide to go for the winding roads along the coast (also slowlier, as you are […]

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