Are you confused about queso Manchego? The inland Málaga lifestyle blog is here to help you out!Read More Confused about Manchego?
What’s the difference between paella and arroz?Read More Arroz con Rafi
See you at the Día de Sopa in Monda?Read More Día de la Sopa Mondeña
You’ve got to try these five fabulous tapas!Read More 5 Tapas to try today
Why not try making these traditional Spanish torrijas this Easter weekend?!Read More Torrijas
Give your family a real taste of Andalucía this holiday season with a DIY Andalucian Christmas hamper. By gathering together a few traditional foodie things, you can create a really special gift set for those back at home. Here are some ideas of things to include in your Christmas hamper. Tip: This idea is really […]Read More An Andalusian Christmas Hamper
Many people would agree that one of the best things about living in inland Málaga is the quality of the coffee available. And although the region isn’t famous for steaming hot cafés con leche, it just isn’t a Spanish bar without one of those old school coffee machines and milk-frothers. In Málaga each coffee earns […]Read More How do you like your coffee in the morning?
Walking around the Spanish supermarkets, you can’t help but be allured by the lines of Jamón legs hanging from the walls. However, selecting and then buying one can be daunting. We are bombarded with information about the different types, how the animal has been feed, the amount of curing time and how all of this […]Read More Confused about Jamón?
If you like traditional sangria made with red wine, you’ll love this lighter, fruitier alternative. This one is great served at summer parties and BBQ’s as you can make a couple of large pitchers beforehand (without the ice) and leave them chilling in the fridge until your guests arrive. Then just add ice and serve. […]Read More White Sangria