Tag Archives: Tapas

Tradition Meets Modernity: New Ideas for Old Tapas (Part I: Gazpacho)

Ask anyone, “What does Spain mean to you?” And they will quickly respond, “bullfighting, flamenco and tapas”. Spain’s overcoat is woven in tradition, and it is proud of that heritage – as it should be. Since the sunset of the Franco era, Spain has catapulted into the present-day without losing sight of centuries of tradition.…
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Get Up And Crawl! Best Spanish Tapas in NYC

Nary has there been a person who has lived in Spain and not participated in a tapas crawl. This time honored tradition has all the makings of a night of gluttony and debauchery if not attempted correctly; but, hey, who cares if you eat and drink too much and get a little crazy?  You are…
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An Unusual (and Perfect) Combination

Not being a heavy white wine drinker I was coaxed by a friend to try a Spanish wine that she had just gotten her hands on. I'll try anything Spanish at least once! To my immediate surprise I became immediately enamored by this find. The 2005 Creu de Lavit from the D. O. Penedès blew…
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