Posts tagged "Spain"
Masia Can Carbonell, organic vegetables packaging

Masia Can Carbonell, organic vegetables packaging

Can Carbonell is a small country house located in a little town of Girona in Spain. The farmhouse cultivates and sells organic fruit and vegetables without using pesticides or GMOs. The idea behind the the packaging used is to respect the philosophy of the brand and thus avoiding the use of synthetic or chemical materials,including plastic. The...
WAWA - where children have fun cooking!

WAWA – where children have fun cooking!

WAWA is a workshop – store – restaurant where children, with the help of instructors and nutritionists, have fun cooking and discovering organic fruit and vegetables. The children together with their parents can then consume the cooked dishes in the little restaurant of the store. In this way children associate healthy food to something fun and...
Love our food – Spain

Love our food – Spain

Spanish churros

Spanish churros

Ingredients (for an egg free version) 500 ml water, 250 gr sifted flour, 1 tablespoon salt, 1 tablespoon olive oil, Oil for frying, Sugar and cinnamon to sprinkle. Preparation In a medium saucepan, combine water, 1 tablespoon oil, and salt. Bring to a boil. Add the flour and immediately turn heat to low; stir constantly...
Do you churros?

Do you churros?

Originated from Spain, churros are a traditional dessert, served through out the day and normally accompanied by tick hot chocolate. They are fried-dough pastry with a ridged surface created by the star-shaped tip of the syringe through which they’re produced. They’re widely available from street vendors who fry them on the spot.  

Tapas tonight?

Tapas, which originated in Spain, are a variety of appetizers, finger food and snacks. These snacks which may be served cold or warm are served throughout the day in every bar and café in Spain. So much so that the Spanish invented the verb to tapear which means to eat tapas. There are several stories about the...