Local foodie, Hilary Cacchio, shares her modern twist on the classic Catalan Vermut cocktail
Look out for ‘fougasse’, the Catalan version of the Italian ‘focaccia bread’.
Suquet – coming from the Catalan ‘suc,’ which means ‘juice’ of which there should be plenty in this soup-like fish stew A type of seafood stew or casserole, a suquet relies on raw ingredients which…
It’s hard to resist a recipe with such a saucy sounding name! If it conjured up visions of gypsy dancers with flashing eyes you wouldn’t be far wrong, because zarzuela (sar-soo-EH-lah) means operetta or variety show in Catalan.
Catalan Peasant Soup. If you love a good hearty broth, with plenty of meat and vegetables, this traditional Catalan dish is the one for you.
Chestnut season is here, and the shops are full of pumpkins, why not combine the two and make some soup?
The following chestnut recipe is definitely NOT low in calories!!
The word escalivada comes from the Catalan word escalivar, meaning “to char”, as the vegetables were traditionally cooked over embers. Ingredients – 2 aubergines – 2 green peppers – 2 red peppers – 4 red…
Try our special and simple cherry slushie cocktail, a rather unprofessional result (skin an’ all) of painstaking research over several warm and giggly evenings!
This Sweet Cherry & Almond Fougasse is a slightly different way to enjoy this year’s cherries. It’s perfect for picnics, wonderful with coffee, and just about any time of day really!