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This Guy Gets Paid Thousands of Dollars to Slice Ham

Spanish cortador de jamones Florencio Sanchidrián has cut ham for everyone from the King of Spain to Robert De Niro, and considers himself an ambassador for his country’s Iberian ham.
Gareth May
3.7.18
Food theft
Food theft

Avalanches of Oranges Cascade Out of Cars Following Police Chase

These photos are crazy.
Mayukh Sen
1.31.18
Recipe
Recipe

Spanish-Style Churros

These Barcelona-style churros come from a Michelin-rated chef; they are light, crispy, and barely sweet.
José Chesa
1.23.18
wine
wine

This OG Natural Winemaker Doesn't Care About Your Wine

"I always respect other winemakers, but if someone asks me my opinion, I tell them, 'Your wine tastes like you got it from your hole. Your asshole.'"
Jackie Bryant
10.30.17
Spain
Spain

How Catalonia's Fight for Independence Is Impacting Local Restaurants

"Already, reservations are down and cancellations are up across the region."
Lisa Abend
10.30.17
Spain
Spain

The Oldest Restaurant in the World Roasts 50 Pigs a Day

The key to restaurant longevity? Faithfulness to tradition and a ton of suckling pig.
Jacobo Piñeiro
8.7.17
seafood
seafood

Why This Iconic Basque Restaurant Wants You to Treat Fish Like Meat

“We usually think of the fish as a whole thing, and don’t pay attention to the different flavors of the meat closer to the the spine or the tails, for example, or how jelly-like and sticky its head can be.”
Rafael Tonon
6.11.17
appetizer
appetizer

Red Pepper Pintxo

This is not a very difficult recipe, but it depends on having excellent preserved ingredients from Spain.
L’Union Artesana
5.8.17
Make this
Make this

These Homemade Churros Are Worthy of a Michelin Star

Eat them under the kitchen table for maximum effect.
Munchies Staff
3.7.17
crime
crime

120 People in Conga Line Pull Off Most Epic Dine-and-Dash Ever

Pretending to go to the restroom when the bill arrives and then sneaking out the back exit is so passé. This is technically a "dine, dance, and dash."
Jelisa Castrodale
3.6.17
Spain
Spain

Eating Like a Pilgrim on El Camino de Santiago

Along the nearly 900-kilometer trail through Spain, I crossed nine wine regions that all have their own food specialties. It’s hard—and stupid—to resist.
Anna Gyulai Gaál
1.31.17
Restaurants
Restaurants

How Rooftop Smokehouse Brought Smoky, Meaty Mayhem to Barcelona

Hint: They nearly got evicted.
Astrid Madberg
1.30.17