Find here my blog posts with traditional Catalan and Spanish recipes.
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 […]Read more
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 […]Read more
Barcelona cooking classes: learn to prepare typical Spanish dishes The first time I attended a cooking class on a trip was when I traveled to Petra with Miriam, one of the ForeverBarcelona top tourguides and also a good friend of mine. We had so much fun learning how to cook Middle-Eastern recipes, and I always go back [...]Read more
The authentic sangria recipe Red wine sangria is one of the most famous Spanish drinks. Spaniards don’t drink it all the time, though: it’s a summer drink only. And we hardly ever order it at the restaurants (except maybe occasionally in tapas bars, but we usually prefer wine or bier to go with our tapas), […]Read more
The authentic spanish tortilla Spanish omelette is a staple in any house in Spain: we often eat it at least once a week, and it’s always present in most informal celebrations and gatherings. Mom’s who dont know how to make Spanish omelette the right way… are a failure. When in Spain, you can try Spanish […]Read more