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Like many countries around the world, Spain caught on pretty quickly to the fact that soups are a great alternative for a light lunch, or even served as a starter in a restaurant.
Not just for Christmas, chestnuts are a well-loved treat across Spain.
Sweet or savoury, there’s a bit of flaky pastry goodness for everyone!
Here we follow the old adage: if you want great seafood, head to the coast! We see what Galicia has to offer!
Is a nation reflected in its language? If so, then Spain sure does love its food!
Such an amazing ingredient, but what to do with it?
A platter of meats and cheeses is one of the most popular lunch-time dishes, but where do you start?
Tell a Spaniard about beans on toast, and you’ll get looks of incredulity. That said, they are known for fierce pride when it comes to their own bean and legume dishes.

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The Cookbook

Not just for Christmas, chestnuts are a well-loved treat across Spain.
Such an amazing ingredient, but what to do with it?
A platter of meats and cheeses is one of the most popular lunch-time dishes, but where do you start?
Here we follow the old adage: if you want great seafood, head to the coast! We see what Galicia has to offer!
A tried and tested favourite across the country, what is it that makes the humble tortilla so special?

The Magazine

Is a nation reflected in its language? If so, then Spain sure does love its food!
Why finish Christmas when you can extend the festivities to January?
Eating in Spain can be an amazing and exciting assault on your taste buds – but what do you order when you need something to wash it down?
Tell a Spaniard about beans on toast, and you’ll get looks of incredulity. That said, they are known for fierce pride when it comes to their own bean and legume dishes.
Cider or ‘sidra’ is popular across Spain, but in the Northern region of Asturias, the enthusiasm for the stuff borders on religious fanaticism. From the way it’s made to the way it’s served, every aspect stems from tradition and passion.

The Guide

Gijón isn’t a big city, but its proximity to the coast and to Asturias’s capital, Oviedo, mean it’s definitely worth a visit. Some of the best locations for eating, drinking and general merriment are a little bit dotted around though, so we’ve put in the legwork to give you our top recommendations.
When in the country, look around you. Any town or city centre is sure to have more than one shop selling cakes, buns and sweets. 
Do people still eat in flight food? I have no idea. I haven't done so for years. 
We all know by now that Spain has a lot of interesting foods to offer.
For those wanting a bit of R&R in Europe, Spain gets the gold star with its beautiful coastline and beaches which complement the country's colourful culture and history.