A subgroup about a country with quite a varied menu, and which has also become quite the haute cuisine star in recent years. What are your favorite eating spots? Cooking schools? Food markets? Favorite delicacies? If it's edible and español, it's fair game!

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  • This week the blog focused on one of Spain's more distinctive food products, a soft drink called horchata that originates in Valencia -- check it out!
  • Nice video on the Basque gastronomy! it's the best in Spain, and I dont say that because I am basque!
  • We offer a Gastronomic Catalonia self-guided cycling tour for 7 nights where you can experience first hand the delights of this region!

  • Just a quick toot of my own horn: if you're happen to find yourself in a Barnes & Noble or newsstand, check the July/August issue of Imbibe magazine to catch my piece on the natural sidra (cider) of Asturias, in gorgeous green northern Spain (if it's sold out, you should be able to track it down via the web site,
  • I just found out that Valencia has become the first city in Spain to jump on the restaurant-week bandwagon. The first "Cuina Oberta" started yesterday and runs through the 21st. 51 upscale restaurants (including a Michelin-starred one called Riff) are offering lunch menus for 18 euros and dinner prix-fixe for 30 euros. Well, keep it in mind for next June! (
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