Freshly fried, crispy churros are a classic hit during the winter months. You can easily make churros at home and fill the house with the wonderful aroma. Here’s the recipe for churros and tips on what to serve with them.
You can easily find Spanish dishes with ingredients that are typical features of the Danish Easter menu. At the same time, you can add a southern twist to your classic Danish Easter dishes. You can also go all out and serve your Easter dinner in Spanish. Here are five dishes that are perfect for the […]
These small, brightly coloured balls of goat’s cheese, rolled in colourful spices, look great on a table, and they taste great with an aperitif. The recipe for these delicious cheese balls comes from the cookbook Oliven & olivenolie (in Danish)by Henik Vilian and Ingo Schauser, who developed the recipes at Garden of Lemons in Andalusia. […]
Croqueta is one of the most common tapas served in Spanish bars and restaurants. Every cuisine has its recipe, and here’s a recipe for croquetas with Spanish olives, developed in the kitchen of Garden of Lemons in Andalusia. Like the Spanish tortilla, croquetas are one of the most common tapas served in Spanish bars and […]
In this recipe, the grilled aubergines are joined by black Spanish olives and capers and a mild garlic cream on baked garlic. The recipe is from the cookbook Oliven & Olivenolie by Henrik Vilan and Ingo Schauser. In the cookbook, the couple reinterpret classic Spanish dishes and make their own. All the recipes in the cookbook contain […]
MO de Movimiento: at the restaurant of the future in Madrid, everything from design to gastronomy is sustainable
The new sustainable restaurant MO de Movimiento in Madrid’s Chamberí district is proof that innovation, architecture, design and gastronomy can go hand in hand with social responsibility. In the quiet street of Calle de Espronceda, in Madrid’s Chamberí district, the newly opened and thoroughly sustainable restaurant MO de Movimiento is located where the Espronceda theatre […]
The Andalusian coastal town of Almería is an exquisite pantry, packed with local delicacies. The inviting Mediterranean dishes at Almería’s restaurants and bars are worth the trip and sampling the famous white and red prawns and free tapas is a must.
In a small corner of the vast Mar de Plástico greenhouse area near Almería, Lola runs her sustainable tomato and mini pepper nursery. Both vegetables and Lola are in demand throughout Europe. Kilometervis af drivhuse passerer forbi vinduerne, mens vi en tidlig morgen kører fra Almería mod det gigantiske drivhusområde, også kaldet Plastikhavet (Mar de […]
Gin is hip in Barcelona and everywhere in the city Gin and Tonic is served in buckets. You can even make your own gin at a workshop in Barcelona. I tried the gin workshop which, despite its popularity in the city, is still one of Barcelona’s secret experiences. In Barcelona, every self-respecting bar has a […]
Spaniards love coffee, and in Spain you’re rarely far from a café or bar serving a good cup. Forget lattes, cappuccinos and flat whites, though, because they’re only on the coffee menu at international coffee chains. Here you are guided through the Spanish coffee varieties. I Spanien er det altid kaffetid. Fra tidlig morgen til […]