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Spain Cooking Schools in Spain

”Magdalenas” are small sweet cakes that are rich-tasting, but light and fluffy. The Spanish traditionally eate them for breakfast with "café con leche," although they are said to have originated in Aragón.

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Low Carb Grain Free Cauliflower Tortillas

Spanish Tortilla. I grew up eating these in Spain and they are my favorite way to eat eggs.

from Potluck at Oh My Veggies

Spanish Gazpacho

Gazpacho is a soup made of raw vegetables and served cold. We eat it especially during the hot summers because is so refreshing.

from Food To Love

Spanish meatballs with crispy patatas

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from About.com Food

Manchego Cheese and Quince Paste Hors d'Oeuvres

The pairing of manchego cheese and a slice of the beautiful dulce de membrillo, or quince paste, makes an elegant hors d'oeuvre to serve with wine. In Argentina and Uruguay this treat is known as a "Martín Fierro", after the gaucho in the epic Argentine poem by José Hernández.

These Easy Spanish Meatballs will be a hit with your family. Reminds me of the Tapas that I had in Spain and the kids love eating them off a toothpick!

from Time Out Chicago

Best Spanish restaurants in Chicago

From tapas, small plates and paella to gintonics and pintxos, these are Chicago's best Spanish restaurants.

Arroz con pollo, or "rice with chicken," originated in the Andalusia region of Spain. It shares similarities with several West African dishes such as jollof rice, and may in fact have origins there. The Spanish version as was introduced to the New World colonies, and arroz con pollo is very popular in the Caribbean, especially in Cuba and Puerto Rico.