These Barcelona-style churros come from a Michelin-rated chef; they are light, crispy, and barely sweet.
Cheese is the star of the show in this simple, fresh salad.
How Rooftop Smokehouse Brought Smoky, Meaty Mayhem to Barcelona
Hint: They nearly got evicted.
Step Inside Barcelona's Den of Obscure Spanish Delicacies
La Pineda, an 86-year-old butcher shop in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, offers a list of Spanish food and wines that's longer than La Rambla.
Barcelona Is Going Insane for Hiroki Yoshiyuki’s Ramen Noodles
Every day, a long queue of people can be found waiting for seats at Barecelona's Ramen-Ya Hiro, with a few late-comers trying to worm their way in like underage ravers flirting with unimpressed bouncers.
Glasgow Is Going Crazy for a Bar That Only Serves Milk
“People make a face initially when they taste it, then they tell us how great it is. It’s a nice, easy drink—maybe too easy,” says Paul Crawford, a Glasgow bar owner whose establishment serves just one drink: the milk and gin-based Panther Milk.
Jordi Artal’s Potatoes Make Your Potatoes Look Like Garbage
Sweet potato season is in full swing in Barcelona, where chef Jordi Artal of the Michelin-starred Cinc Sentits does a variation on the Catalan classic that'll make your head explode.
You Can’t Meet Barcelona’s Cloistered Nuns But You Can Eat Their Cookies
The cloistered nuns of Barcelona are seldom seen in public. Almost as secretive are the cookies they sell at unpublicised spots across the city, following recipes that date back centuries.
Why Is Brooklyn Barbecue Taking Over the World?
Brooklyn BBQ is spreading to every corner of the world—Colombia, Spain, Panama, Sweden, England, and Japan—looking like it came straight out of Williamsburg. But why aren't these countries taking cues from Texas or Kansas City?
MUNCHIES Guide to the Basque Country - Part 1
In the first episode of the MUNCHIES Guide to the Basque Country, Irene starts with a traditional feast at Basque institution Txokos, then meets food wizard Eneko Atxa of Azurmendi.
Catalan Cuisine Is Not the Same as Spanish Food
Unfortunately, Catalans are not very popular in the rest of Spain, especially in right-wing and narrow-minded circles. And Catalan food is related to other regions in Spain, but it's not the same thing. At all. We're pushing the envelope with new chefs...
Chef's Night Out: El Comidista
We follow Mikel López Itturriaga, editor of El Comidista, Spain’s most beloved food blog, throughout the many neighborhoods of Barcelona. We drank lots of wine, ate a lot of fresh seafood, and capped the night off with some sweetbreads.
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