Salty and packed with umami – El Capricho anchovies

Salty and packed with umami – El Capricho anchovies

Salty and packed with umami, these tiny fish add an intense meatiness to a variety of dishes. To taste a truly exquisite anchovy though makes the supermarket equivalent pale into insignificance. El Capricho produce just such anchovies in Santoña, Cantabria – a small town on the coast of northern Spain…

17
Nov
Location: Spain
Father and Son: The story of Iberico Ham, as told by Ricardo Sanchez

Father and Son: The story of Iberico Ham, as told by Ricardo Sanchez

Luxeat Insider · 12th ED.

Father and Son: The story of Iberico Ham, as told by Ricardo Sanchez

Luxeat Insider · 12th ED.

When thinking about the world’s most luxurious and sought-after products, Iberico Ham must surely come close to the top of the list. In part of our series on the finest products from different countries around the globe, Luxeat editors have the pleasure of speaking with Ricardo Sanchez, who is gradually…

17
Nov '21
Rosa Lafuente: A Historic Legacy of Galician Sardines with Francisco Lafuente

Rosa Lafuente: A Historic Legacy of Galician Sardines with Francisco Lafuente

Luxeat Insider · 12th ED.

Rosa Lafuente: A Historic Legacy of Galician Sardines with Francisco Lafuente

Luxeat Insider · 12th ED.

The spanish coast has a long tradition of canning sardines, and the quality of these salty little parcels of joy can vary hugely. Rosa Lafuente is among the best, having operated in Galicia for over 100 years. We sat down to talk to Francisco Lafuente, who is the fourth generation…

17
Nov '21
Vicente Todolí: Art and Citrus – Re-imagining Citrus Growing in Valencia

Vicente Todolí: Art and Citrus – Re-imagining Citrus Growing in Valencia

Luxeat Insider · 10th ED.

Vicente Todolí: Art and Citrus – Re-imagining Citrus Growing in Valencia

Luxeat Insider · 10th ED.

ByPhoebe Hunt The Spanish region of Valencia is one of the best known areas for citrus in the entire world. Oranges, lemons, grapefruits and limes are exported by the tonne from this fertile corner of the Mediterranean, bringing a taste of Spanish sunshine to our supermarkets. But this is the…

17
Jul '21
Mediterranean Rosés for Summer

Mediterranean Rosés for Summer

Luxeat Insider · 10th ED.

Mediterranean Rosés for Summer

Luxeat Insider · 10th ED.

By Joe Czerwinski, Managing Editor RPWA The idea that rosé wines go with hot weather is certainly nothing new. There’s a natural affinity between a chilled, refreshing glass of rosé and a table of summery salads, a simple dinner of fresh-caught fish and homemade pasta, or even grilled lamb chops…

17
Jul '21
On the Grill: taming fire and flames with Chef Bittor Arguinzoniz

On the Grill: taming fire and flames with Chef Bittor Arguinzoniz

On the Grill: taming fire and flames with Chef Bittor Arguinzoniz

The original article is published in Más Raro Que magazine – The Gastronomy issue (Sep. 2020) There’s no one quite like him. For chef extraordinaire Bittor Arguinzoniz, food is religion and ingredients are sacred. He mastered the art of grilling any food, capturing the heat of the fire and honing…

8
Mar '21
La Cova Fumada, Barcelona

La Cova Fumada, Barcelona

La Cova Fumada, Barcelona

Couldn’t get more old school than La Cova Fumada, a humble workers bar in the neighborhood of Barceloneta. It serves the freshest possible seafood, fried artichokes when in season, and the legendary and very tasty “bomba”, (deep-fried meatball with mashed potatoes, aïoli and spicy sauce), which they invented more than…

13
Jan '21
Alkimia, Barcelona

Alkimia, Barcelona

Alkimia, Barcelona

One of the best meals in Barcelona ever.

12
Jan '21
Mina, Bilbao

Mina, Bilbao

Mina, Bilbao

Very special cooking at Mina@minarestaurantin Bilbao, which is run by the very talented chef Álvaro Garrido@alvarominaboi. The Basque native draws his inspiration from his travels in Japan and China, but what influences him most is the richness of his native country and its seasons. The restaurant is located just across…

12
Jan '21
Food, art and recipes: 16th century musings with Adam Lowe and Charlotte Skene Catling

Food, art and recipes: 16th century musings with Adam Lowe and Charlotte Skene Catling

Luxeat Insider · 4th ED.

Food, art and recipes: 16th century musings with Adam Lowe and Charlotte Skene Catling

Luxeat Insider · 4th ED.

British architect Charlotte Skene Catling and her partner, artist Adam Lowe, know something about structure and space. They also know about representation and taste. She is the co-founder of the architectural firm Skene Catling de la Peña, while he re-imagines and materializes physical sites using digital technology with Factum Arte…

17
Sep '20
Twelve essential ingredients from the Spanish Mediterranean

Twelve essential ingredients from the Spanish Mediterranean

Luxeat Insider · 3rd ED.

Twelve essential ingredients from the Spanish Mediterranean

Luxeat Insider · 3rd ED.

by Borja Matoses The Spanish Mediterranean, spans eight provinces, with a coastline of about 3,000 kilometers that runs from the border with France in the Pyrenees to the Strait of Gibraltar and includes the Balearic Islands. Although each region has a distinct identity, the gastronomic stables are strong and unifying,…

7
Aug '20