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Rafa’s in Roses: Authentic Seafood Hidden in the Costa Brava

People arrive at Rafa’s restaurant in Roses for different reasons. Some foodies can’t get in to El Bullí, just up the road, so they come here instead. Some gourmands come here because it’s …

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Coure in Barcelona: 7 Course Lunch with Many Surprises Coure in Barcelona: 7 Course Lunch with Many Surprises

Last month, we told you all about our visit to Hisop, one the great “bistronomic” spots on Passatge Marimón in the upper Eixample area. Having heard so much about Hisop’s neighbor, Coure, we decided to …

Cultural Fundamentals: El Sofregit Cultural Fundamentals: El Sofregit

“First you make a roux” was a popular phrase uttered among folks in my native Louisiana, echoing the words of Cajun chef Justin Wilson on how you must start a gumbo. Without a roux, there …

Recipe of the Day: Catalan Roasted Leg of Lamb Recipe of the Day: Catalan Roasted Leg of Lamb

It’s back to work after a long weekend in Catalunya. This weekend we celebrated Segona Pascua (“Second Easter”) without really knowing what that even means…but no bother, it was a good excuse to get out …

Catalan Food Photo of the Day: Botifarres Catalan Food Photo of the Day: Botifarres

This spectacular image of botifarres (Catalan sausages) on the grill comes to us from JaulaDeArdilla from EatCatalunya’s Flickr Group. Beyond just your typical sausage, botifarra is a Catalan culinary symbol, as iconic within the cuisine …

Walking Guide III: Sweet Gelato Kisses in Gràcia Walking Guide III: Sweet Gelato Kisses in Gràcia

Editor’s Note: This is Part III of an on-going series of culinary walking guides for Barcelona neighborhoods by EatCatalunya’s resident walking food expert, Jordi, who provides us with not only strictly Catalan picks, but …

Food Festivals: Oyster fans unite in Delta de l’Ebre Food Festivals: Oyster fans unite in Delta de l’Ebre

As we’ve mentioned quite a few times here on EatCatalunya, Catalunya is home to literally hundreds of food festivals taking place every month all over the region. As seafood lovers and a food festival …

Catalan Food Photo of the Day: Preserved Fish Catalan Food Photo of the Day: Preserved Fish

Our latest delicious food photo comes to us from su-lin, one of our Flickr group‘s longest-standing members. This delightful image of preserved fish was taken at Barcelona’s Mercat de L’Estrella in the Gràcia District.
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Dining Out: Modern Catalan Fare at Hisop Dining Out: Modern Catalan Fare at Hisop

Living in Barcelona is a real privilege for people like me, fanatics of Catalan cuisine both traditional and modern, and because of this privilege I have a seemingly endless list of restaurants to try. The …

Catalan Food Photo of the Day: Pa amb Tomàquet (for the big game) Catalan Food Photo of the Day: Pa amb Tomàquet (for the big game)

Today’s image is an amazing photo of that beloved Catalan staple, pa amb tomàquet. We chose to feature this dish today because we were inspired by a message on the Facebook page of Cuina Catalana, …

Scenes from Sant Jordi 2010: It’s All About the Bread Scenes from Sant Jordi 2010: It’s All About the Bread

As we explained to you in a previous post, La Diada de Sant Jordi, Sant Jordi Day is the Catalan version of Valentine’s Day, and the day in which the streets and sidewalks of every town …

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