Spanish Food

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In the language of Galicia, Nai means "mother," and the owners of this six-year-old tapas restaurant in the East Village
Queer Voices
Get ready for his meatballs in Spanish sauce.
Travel
My Spanish friends just love croquettes -- croquetas in Spanish. To me they taste like soggy tater tots. But at Madrid's
Travel
Walking down Madrid's delightful pedestrian boulevard enjoying the paseo with my local guide, Nygil Murrel, I learn some
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You know I love industrial-age market halls rejuvenated into trendy food circuses. Come along with me as I follow local Madrid
Food & Drink
I don't know about you, but come Christmas, my Facebook feed is filled with pictures of people making paella. And yet, the best paella I ever had was on a sunny day at an outdoor café in Barcelona, Spain. In other words -- why make it only once a year? In winter?
Food & Drink
The bright, sour fillets upended my expectations of both flavor and texture.
Food & Drink
A sauce has the power to transform the simplest grilled seafood or chicken into an event.
Food & Drink
From the perspective of a Basque chef.
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Short, Tall, Grande or Venti -- Bold Pick of the Day, Caffé Misto, Decaf, Nonfat, Whole, 2 percent or Soy milk, Iced, Sweetened or Unsweetened? It can be just as complicated as that in Spain.
Food & Drink
It's a gastronomic holiday, no passport needed.
Food & Drink
Free food when you go out to a bar. Enough said.
Food & Drink
Madrid drew me in to its web easily, and it didn't take long before I was tangled into a life of tapas, vino tinto, siestas and endless utterings of "vale."
Taste
I've never seen this done before, nor do I believe anyone ever has done it before.
Travel
We certainly never imagined that it would be such a harmonious concoction with such appealing contrasts of flavor and texture.
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Spain's long, sandy Atlantic beaches and cozy Mediterranean coves are rightly famous throughout Europe. That most get over 300 days of sun a year doesn't hurt either.
Travel
Italy takes the cake on this one, but ancient Hispania has some fine Roman ruins of its own. Plus some, like the Roman theatre
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Medite serves tapas in a Mediterranean style that draws from Spanish and Italian sources. The ingredients are local and in season whenever possible. I sat down with the owner and the man behind the menu, David Bohm.
Food & Drink
Watch only if you are prepared, and near a store/restaurant that sells this ham.