Looking to enjoy the riches of Ribera up close and in person? Today we’re bringing you some travel tips for visiting the region, with input from our fans on Facebook and Twitter.
Chef Virginia Monaco pairs Romesco, a popular Catalan roasted vegetable sauce, with baked eggs, potatoes and chorizo in a unique, Springtime Spanish recipe.
Tinto Fino’s Kerin Auth offers recommendations for which Ribera wines to uncork and enjoy with the great foods winners of Drink Ribera’s “Gourmet Sweepstakes” will discover in their Spanish Suitcase.
Enter the “Drink Ribera Gourmet Sweepstakes” for a chance to win one of four Spanish Suitcase gourmet gift baskets curated with foods from Ribera del Duero.
To celebrate National Paella Day, join us, Iberian Beer United, Despaña and Paella Pans at Jimmy’s #43 Restaurant for the first NYC paella Cook-of. The chef who whips up the top paella will win a Spanish Suitcase!
Croquetas de bacalao, or salt cod croquettes, are a fixture in Spain’s tapas scene. While labor intensive to prepare, these creamy bites are worth every minute spent in the kitchen.
Rosquillas, or Spanish doughnuts, are a favorite sweet during the holiday season. This Spanish doughnut recipe comes from chef Jesus Núñez, who brings “global, casual comfort food” to the kitchen of Barraca, a new Spanish restaurant in NYC’s West Village.
Mallorca-based British chef Marc Fosh shares a modern recipe for chocolate and olive oil truffles, garnished with Flor de Sal d’Es Trenc sea salt, fruit gelatin and pepper jelly.
Chef Virginia Monaco puts a Spanish twist on the classic Italian bread salad featuring piquillo peppers, boquerones, olives and pimentón.
Learn more about conservas, pimentón, jamón ibérico and serrano, Marcona almonds and Bomba rice with our Spanish gourmet food cheat sheet.
This recipe for Catalan roasted-vegetable sauce combines ingredients that everyone seems to love: peppers, tomatoes, almonds, bread and onions. It is a wonderful match for seafood and meats.
Kerin Auth is hopelessly devoted to Spain. She’s danced flamenco in the streets of Sevilla, ridden on a motorcycle through Jerez, roamed countless vineyards and become a proprietor of Tinto Fino, the premier Spanish wine boutique in New York City. We talked to Kerin to find out more.
Hake accounts for one third of all fish consumed in Spain, and with good reason. Hake has a mild yet meaty flavor with a beautifully buttery consistency, especially when prepared simply. The Spanish love cooking directly on a plancha, or flat top grill.
The combination of Conservas Maria Jesus Traditional Tomato Sauce with crispy green beans and buttery shavings of Campo Montalban makes for a simple and sabroso end to the week.
Our friends at New York City’s premier Spanish wine store hand-picked a great selection of wines to complement our gourmet souvenir gift baskets from Spain.
As the second largest producer of artichokes in the world, Spain knows how to honor this thistly treat. We enjoy our artichokes prepared simply and accompanied with this zesty aïoli, a twist on the classic Catalan garlic and oil preparation.
Chef Andoni Luis Aduriz and musician Felipe Ugarte collaborate on a documentary about the sounds inspired by the menu and methodology of Mugaritz, ranked the third best restaurant in the world.