Spanish cuisine, like most other cuisines, varies depending on the region and the season. However, a few patterns remain clearly noticeable: the ingredients, which are mostly herbs and spices that seem to remain essential for anyone who’s looking to achieve authentic Spanish flavors in the comfort of their own kitchen.
Having just spent five marvelous weeks in Italy enjoying (a bit too much) cheese, learning how to make pizza, and spending money on olives at the farmers’ market, it comes to no surprise that I talk about visiting the country every chance I get.
One of the main reasons why travelers (including me) keep returning to Spain is because we ended up falling in love with Spanish food. So it comes to no surprise that Spanish cuisine has been thriving in terms of popularity – especially in the past decade or so.