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Andalusia is one of Spain's most well-known regions internationally. Its traditional culinary repertoire includes true gastronomic gems. Shall we try them together?
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The region, split in two by the Ebro River, borders France along the Pyrenees and has an ancient agricultural tradition. It's not surprising that Aragón is home to a broad and delicious selection of foods.
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Seafood, canned fish, fresh meat, cheese, vegetables, honey... Galicia's culinary repertoire reflects its diversity and its extremely broad range of flavors. Shall we visit?
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Asturias is a region in what is known as “Green Spain,” an area in the northern part of the country along the Cantabrian Sea. In recent years, it has become one of the main gastronomic destinations for tourists visiting Spain. Let’s feast on some of the jewels of its pantry together.
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The dehesa, pure bellota Ibérico ham, the elaboration process for an extra virgin olive oil (EVOO), the cradle of Spanish rice and the authentic recipe for paella valenciana. All of this and more was on the menu for a group of Canadian chefs and Austrian journalists during a recent trip to Spain....
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