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Edible flowers in Assam

Assam India
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Bitter flowers are [eaten] in Asia. In Assam, northeast India, these flowers are used as food. It's simply made and tasty ; village people like these flowers. They are unique vegetables -- called... Read more

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  • San Sebastián

    Fat with Michelin-starred restaurants, the enchanting coastal city of San Sebastián is the culinary capital of Basque Country, the bucolic Bay of Biscay-hugging region that encompasses parts of northern Spain and southwest France. Though stunningly hilly and home to pristine beaches, Basque Country is most known for its ancient culture—famously, stubbornly distinct from that of the countries in which…   Read more

     

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    • Eating and Drinking in Barcelona - My Picks

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      Barcelona Spain
      Boadas Cocktails – What grabbed my attention about this bar is that it is the oldest cocktail bar in Barcelona, dating back to the 1930’s. It does not any get more authentic and Spanish than th…    Read more
    • La Matanza (the pig slaughter)

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      Esporles village (Balearic Islands in Spain)
      The “Matanza” day at my village is a feast day and everybody is invited to participate to it. This is one of the most important rural traditions of the culture of Mallorca in Spain. This day tr…    Read more
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  • Top Spots for Pintxos in San Sebastian, Spain

    The best mushrooms you will ever eat, from Bar Ganbara in San Sebastian Basque pintxos (“peen-shos”) are little culinary treats, generally either bite-size morsels or small plates of food. They are found all across Spanish Basque…   Read more

  • Seeking Convent Sweets in Sevilla

    In Sevilla, traditional local sweets, made by cloistered nuns, abound inside centuries-old convents. You just have to find them. Plaza de España, Sevilla. Courtesy of Francisco Collinet/Flickr. “Ave Maria,” comes the…   Read more

  • Food Tour: Barcelona’s Best Catalan Bites

    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…   Read more

  • Catalan Sweets: Five Not to Miss

    Montserrat in Catalonia, Spain (photo: Laura Siciliano-Rosen). It’s no secret that Spain is home to a rich culinary landscape. From sprawling vineyards to thriving fisheries and lush mountains teeming with life, the diversity of natural…   Read more

  • Recipes From Afar: Polbo á Feira, Galicia, Spain

    It was a rainy morning, as usual, in Galicia. At the weekly mercado de abastos, bustling with shoppers from nearby villages, a huge tent with communal wood tables and an enormous pile of wooden plates waited for customers to arrive, myself…   Read more

 

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