Posts tagged spanish food
Fam In Town? Where to Head For the Best Meals in Madrid

I’ve been asked a few times about my mum’s in town picks, so here I have them. These places not only provide great food, but also give the chance to catch a unique glimpse into what Spanish gastronomy is becoming. Here's where to take Mom when she's in town! 

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Expat Spotlight: Lauren of Spanish Sabores and Devour Spain

Lauren of Spanish Sabores and Devour Spain is an expat that we truly admire. Since her move to Spain, she's started a successful company and also runs a noteworthy blog on Spanish cuisine. Her desire to support local business and create a life surrounding what she truly loves is inspiring beyond measure. We had the honor to chat with Lauren about how to successfully start a company in Spain, her favorite part of the food culture and why you shouldn't settle for a job you don't like. 

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Mola Mucho: A Taste of Cadiz with Lambuzo

I appreciate living in Madrid for several reasons here are the top two: I can travel all over Spain, and if I don’t feel like traveling, I can usually find a restaurant with the Spanish cuisine I’m craving. After a recent trip to Cadiz, the food has been on my mind. Here's where you can head in Madrid to get your fill! 

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Mola Mucho: Traditional Cochinillo at El Fogón Sefardi in Segovia

Last year, on a whim, I hopped a train to Segovia. I wandered around, saw the sights,took pictures of the aqueduct, and made some new friends. But: Because I am a moron who can ́t read a train schedule, I had to leave early and ended up missing the ONE thing I went there to try: Cochinillo.

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48 Hours in Ourense — Where to Go While In Galicia

For most people, Spain evokes thoughts of vibrant colors, flamenco and warm weather. So when I found out that I was moving to Galicia I was, admittedly, not so thrilled. But after a brief moment of doubt and panic, I realized that an adventure in a part of Spain that I’d never been to was exactly what I needed. If you have the privilege of traveling through Galicia, Ourense should be on your list of places to see.

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Mola Mucho: Bolero Meatballs

Meatballs are fun. There's no denying this. I'm almost certain that it's a scientific fact: everyone loves meatballs. When I found Bolero Meatballs, I may or may not have squealed. The menu is simple, and straight-forward and the customer service is phenomenal. I made the mistake of challenging their idea of "spicy" because, on the menu it's advertised as "Have you got the cojones?" I responded — without missing a beat — No, but I've got the ovaries! Bolero Meatballs, you're a gem. 

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