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Alfedena, Italy
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Tucked inside Alfedena’s central park, Il Chiosco is a small, family-run ristorante whose six sides are lined with windows. In the summer, leafy trees shade the local eatery, but now naked trunks line... Read more

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  Food Tour: Barcelona's Best Catalan Bites

Escalivada, roasted vegetables Catalan-style.
Escalivada, Catalan roasted vegetables. Photo courtesy of Driftwood Journals.

In this guest post, our friends at Food Lovers Company—a company run by two Barcelona locals that specializes in authentic culinary experiences for discerning travelers in their city—share a few of their favorite Catalan foods (and drinks). ¡Salud!

Catalonia, in northeast Spain, offers gastronomic pleasures from two important perspectives: the traditional and the modern. This region is, after all, home to one of the best restaurants in the world, El Celler de Can Roca, committed to the avant-gardeand, in our city of Barcelona, plenty of traditional flavors from the kitchens of small bars, wineries, and restaurants. Here we focus on the latter, some of our favorite bites (and sips) of authentic Catalan cuisine.

How to begin such a summary? The way all good journeys start: with a glass of vermouth in hand.

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Nassau, New Providence Island
  • Peas and rice, steamed meats

    Pigeon peas and rice, and any number of steamed or baked meats/fish (plus sides), are at the heart of Bahamian home cooking. This is largely the domain of lunch vans and food trucks, those that cater...

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Coastal Yucatan
  • Marquesita

    A common street snack at busy corners and inside bustling zócalos, marquesitas are like crunchy crepes: A batter is poured into what looks like a waffle maker, sweet add-ins are thrown in, then...

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Jamaica
  • Escovitch fish

    Fish prepared escovitch style, more accurately, is pan-fried with salt and pepper, then dressed with a simple but winning combination of vinegar, onions, garlic, julienned bell peppers, and, of course,...

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  • Take me back to Alfedena

    Alfedena, Italy

    cajunheart

    Tucked inside Alfedena’s central park, Il Chiosco is a small, family-run ristorante whose six sides are lined with windows. In the summer, leafy trees shade the local eatery, but now naked trunks…    Read more
  • Amaseena at Ritz Carlton JBR

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    souhil

    Most people that don’t live in the area hate going to Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) in Dubai – known for its traffic and lack of parking. Now that the construction of the tram is com…    Read more
  • THE WINERY

    Frankfurter Tor 7 Berlin, Germany

    snackeg

    Like all food writers, I enjoy the freedom to choose what I review. After all, Berlin has thousands of potential eating places so it has to be my choice – good or bad. This is not typically m…    Read more
  • Gourmet Lunch at “La Taverna”, Castello Banfi

    Montalcino, Italy

    littlebitesofbeauty

    In the stunning 5-star resort Castello Banfi Il Borgo, set in a 13th century Tuscan castle, what made our experience at the resort even more memorable was the incredible lunch at La Taverna. At t…    Read more

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