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Spanish cuisine is a combination of different tastes and cultures. From the southern Mediterranean parts of the city to the northern, Basque areas, you will be amazed by what Spain has to offer to your dining table. Spanish gastronomy is nothing less than a tasty temptation awaiting travelers from all over the world to honour the Spanish traditional dishes. Spanish recipes include various ingredients, all harmonically blended offering a delicious result.

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Among the most popular ingredients of Spanish cuisine are legumes such as lentils, broad beans and garbanzos. Three of the best legume-based dishes, or locally called “platos de cuchara”, are “Fabada Asturiana” (Asturian bean stew), “Cocido Madrileno”, (Madrid-style stew) and “Lentejas con chorizo” (lentils with chorizo sausage).
Each area has its typical dishes, however in all of them the common way of serving food is the miniature canapés known as ‘tapas’ and ‘pintxos’ (in the North). These small ‘snacks’ will give you a full aspect of the Spanish cuisine, with their ingredients including meat, fish, vegetables and, of course, olives and cheeses.
Spain is the third largest wine producer in the world, only after Italy and France. There is a large diversity of native grape varieties including Tempranillo, Garnacha, Albarino, Palomino, Airen, Parellada and Macabeo. Popular wine regions in Spain are Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Veldepenas, Hemingway, Jerez, Rias Baixas and Catalonia.

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