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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

 Latest posts on Spanish Sabores

Best Bites in La Coruña  Posted on 07/29/2015
I never could have imagined that a town of only 244,000 people could be filled with so many spectacular things to eat. From ridiculously fresh scallops to melt-in-your-mouth local cheese, I was smitten with the food in La...
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Chicken in Almond Sauce Recipe (Pollo en Pepitoria)  Posted on 07/28/2015
Cooking is my therapy. I love every minute of it— from buying the right ingredients to chopping and mincing, boiling and baking, and, finally, serving and eating. The only part I despise is cleaning up (does anyone like that...
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Catalan Fish Stew (Suquet de Peix Recipe)  Posted on 07/25/2015
Growing up in Massachusetts meant that fresh fish and seafood was a staple of summer. Creamy clam chowder, fried clam rolls, tiny bay scallops, boiled lobsters, briny oysters– why did I ever leave?! Luckily, Spain gives New England a...
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A Short History Of Spanish Paprika  Posted on 07/23/2015
It’s the spice that makes chorizo red, stews hearty, bravas sauce spicy, Galician octopus smokey and mojo picón sauce fiery. Pimentón, aka Spanish paprika, is as fundamental to Spanish cooking as black pepper is to...
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5 Spanish Seafood Dishes Worth a Trip to Galicia  Posted on 07/21/2015
Galicia is a seafood lover’s paradise. Surrounded on two sides by the Atlantic Ocean and streaked with freshwater rivers and saltwater inlets, this northwestern Spanish province is the reigning champion of Spanish seafood....
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Canarian Papas Arrugadas Recipe  Posted on 07/16/2015
Is there any dish more representative of the Canary Islands than papas arrugadas? These tiny wrinkled potatoes are a must try when visiting the Canaries, and when done the right way are truly delightful. You can find these little guys...
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A Day with Mallorca Wine Tours  Posted on 07/14/2015
While searching for things to do in Palma de Mallorca, I came across a beautiful website featuring bright green vineyards, smiling people and (importantly) generous pours! Mallorca Wine Tours captured my heart at first glance....
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