Fideos Is the Love Child of Paella and Noodles That Is Endlessly Riffable
Chef Ken Oringer of Toro shows us how to turn leftovers into a one-pot dish that has all the best elements of pasta and paella.
I Am Trying to Make Sherry Mojitos Happen
Some people choose a song of the summer or have ill-fated summer flings with Spanish bartenders. I like to designate a drink of the summer.
Eating Like a Pilgrim on El Camino de Santiago
Along the nearly 900-kilometre trail through Spain, I crossed nine wine regions that all have their own food specialties. It’s hard—and stupid—to resist.
Anna Gyulai Gaál
Meet the Chef Bringing the Basque Country to a London Basement
Michelin-starred Spanish chef Eneko Atxa recently opened his first London restaurant on the lower ground floor of a Covent Garden hotel. “It’s like a party where everyone in London is welcome,” he says.
Step Inside Barcelona's Den of Obscure Spanish Delicacies
La Pineda, an 86-year-old butcher shop in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, offers a list of Spanish food and wines that's longer than La Rambla.
This Is the Secret to Making a Great Paella
However you choose to make or eat your paella—straight from the pan with a spoon is the original Spanish way—just make sure to remember that paella means family, sitting down around a table, and having a good time.
Grilling Quail with a Forensic-Psychologist-Turned-Chef
At Morito, the new East London outpost of famed Exmouth Market tapas restaurant Moro, head chef (and former forensic psychologist) Marianna Leivaditaki grills quail over charcoal before dressing with pomegranate molasses and Lebanese pistachios.