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added on 09/09/2011 by: spanishsabores
Follow me, Lauren, a recently married expat, as I move from laid-back Sevilla to busy Madrid in search of some type of career, ideally in the food industry. I write about all food, Spanish and other, because, really, why discriminate!? I talk about adjusting to life in Spain, being married to Spaniard, the rarities of Spanish culture, and also post recipes and pictures.
 tags: cooking, food, newlywed, photography, recipes
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How I Started My Business in Spain  Posted on 07/16/2014
Today’s post won’t be a delightful sangria recipe or a drool worthy Spanish food destination– it’s about to get personal here. So if you’re reading for the pictures of pinchos and tortillas, apologies–...
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What to Eat in Aragon  Posted on 06/23/2014
Wondering what to eat in Aragon? Local Spain expert Trevor Huxham shares his tips from the road! Don’t they sound delicious? For the carnaval school break this year between February and March, I made a whirlwind circuit of...
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Visiting Bodegas Gutiérrez Colosia  Posted on 06/09/2014
When I first visited El Puerto de Santa María in 2009, I didn’t know the first thing about sherry wines. I still remember my first sip of my father-in-law’s manzanilla (a bone dry style of sherry with a salty and yeasty...
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Seville on a plate: 5 bites worth the trip!  Posted on 06/04/2014
This past January I visited Seville for three days of non-stop eating as my friend Jen (Partaste) and I researched for upcoming articles. Seville has always been one of my favorite food cities in Spain, and the tapas culture is as strong...
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The Freshest Fish in Spain: Cadiz Fish Market  Posted on 05/23/2014
I still remember the first time I visited the Boston Haymarket as a child– it was the first open air food market I’d seen. The fruit looked so fresh, the fish were so fascinating… Twenty some odd years later, I am lucky...
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Traditional Spanish Sangria Recipe  Posted on 05/15/2014
In the time before food blogs and Tripadvisor, tourists came to Spain expecting little more than paella, sangria and flamenco, opting to eat microwaved paella over traditional tapas, and to watch choreographed flamenco instead of...
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Casa Mariol: Flavors of Terra Alta  Posted on 05/08/2014
One of my favorite food experiences of our recent Barcelona trip was visiting a little hole-in-the-wall eatery called Casa Mariol. Located a 10-minute walk from the Sagrada Familia, it was perfect for combining a bit of...
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Visiting Temps de Flors in Girona  Posted on 05/04/2014
Spain is a country of festivals, from the Southern Spanish sherry fairs, to strange food fights and even wine battles. But one of the most beautiful Spanish festivals is surely Temps de Flors, a springtime flower festival in quaint Girona,...
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