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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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Cava rosado is the perfect pairing for a huge range of foods and for any occasion. But you don’t have to take my word for it, just ask the growing number of fans of this category of Spanish sparkling wine all over the world.
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Congratulations to Txikito restaurant for ten years of serving up a taste of Spain in the Big Apple! For the past decade, New Yorkers in need of a Spanish gastronomy fix have known exactly where to go to get their fill of some of the tastiest dishes and ingredients from the Spanish pantry, served...
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This infographic shows some of the most important foods and wines linked to Galician gastronomy. The first things that come to mind are always the famous shellfish and Albariño wines from DO Rías Baixas. However, Galicia is home to many more quality products. Let’s taste them!
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The color orange is typically associated with youth and the impulses and enthusiasm of youthful passion. The people who use it the most tend to be lively, fun-loving and extremely social. Can this color also be associated with gastronomy, and particularly Spanish products and wines? Of course it...
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