Updated: July 1, 2016 You may notice, or may have already noticed, as you make your way from bar to bar in search of tapas and a drink, that the word abacería (often antigua abacería) appears in some of the names in a way that suggests a particular meaning. But what meaning? On closer inspection Read more about Sevilla | Abacerías[…]
The meat of the Atlantic Bluefin Tuna (also known as Red Tuna in Spain) has long been a prized item in the gastronomy of Spain and the western Mediterranean. These majestic fish, weighing up to 200 kg (and definitely not a small round fish that fits neatly into a tin), normally live in the cold Read more about Tuna Almadraba[…]
Light, cool and refreshing in the hot summer weather, gazpacho, the cold tomato soup of southern Spain, is nowadays well-known all over the world. It’s one of a family of tomato based cold soups that includes salmorejo and porra, as well as other local varieties, but the origins of these dishes actually goes back to before Read more about Spanish Cold Soups[…]
What better way to start our new blog than to tell you something about what we love? We’re talking tapas, of course – those nifty little snacks that you buy to go along with your drink, and which can rapidly add up to a complete meal. But what exactly is a tapa? What’s so special Read more about Tapas 101[…]
Welcome to We Love Tapas! Discover Andalucia and its fabulous food culture by taking one of our fun & informative tapas tours. Launching January 2015 – watch this space!