Gourmet News

How to eat Torta del Casar?

Posted by Roberto M. en

We inaugurate the cheese section in MADE IN SPAIN with a jewel of our gastronomy: the Cheese of Casar. Traditional of our culture and famous worldwide, Quesos del Casar, or as they are commonly known, La Torta del Casar, they are made in Extremadura, more specifically in the Cáceres area. Its main characteristic, and for which this cheese is so well known, is the creamy texture of the interior, which is usually smeared to taste it. How do you get that unique texture? To achieve this creaminess, sheep's milk is curdled with a wild cardoon native to the area, ...

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Extra Virgin Olive Oil Señoríos de Relleu and the future of Spanish Oil

Posted by Roberto M. en

Señoríos de Relleu It is made by hand in the El Teuladí farmhouse, on the shores of the Mediterranean coast of Alicante ... A different extra virgin olive oil. Different mainly by the time of maturation of the olive, since the geographical situation and the climate in which their crops are located make the conditions of agriculture and harvesting of the fruit are very different from the norm. In the same way, the coexistence of olive trees of these olive growers with native fauna such as almonds, pines, Aleppo ... or aromatic herbs such as thyme, gives the olive a great taste and nuances that ...

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How to choose the Cava for this Christmas?

Posted by Hugo B. en

There is no Christmas without Cava to toast and share with family and friends on Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, Kings and whenever it is terce. But choosing it well can be fundamental, since the cava that you take as a gift to the house of your wife's parents / husband / girlfriend / boyfriend is not the same as the one you choose for your home. The clear price range also matters, and it must be borne in mind that a cava can be perfectly at the height of Champagne, and in many cases the Champagne is tremendously inflated price simply because it is French ....

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Bodegas Pradorey and since the Middle Ages

Posted by Hugo Blanco en

The history of the farm that currently occupies Bodegas Pradorey It dates back to the early sixteenth century, when the domains passed into the hands of Isabella the Catholic, and later became agricultural land and livestock, always remaining in the possession of royalty, until in the twentieth century becomes private property until finally the Cremades family, current owner of the farm, is done with it. Also owners of the Real Sitio de la Ventosilla, the Cremades family, cultivating the grape variety Tempranillo or fine ink of the country, managed to obtain a high quality wine from ...

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Bodegas Solar Viejo, The Rioja

Posted by Hugo Blanco en

The walled city of Laguardia, a medieval village, welcomed the birth of Bodegas Solar Viejo, starting at the foot of the Sierra de Cantabria

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