Spanish Food Blog

What is Retinto beef – and why is it so prized?

Have you discovered one of the unsung gastronomic delights of…
June 6, 2018/by Sion Garrett

How can I stand out from the crowd when I host a barbecue? Give guests the true taste of Spain…

It’s the start of barbecue season, so here are 11 Andalusian…
May 7, 2018/by Sion Garrett

What Spring cocktails can I make with Spanish wines and sherries?

It’s Spring! The blossom is on the trees and the weather’s…
April 9, 2018/by Sion Garrett

How can I use sherry to add an Andalusian flavour to my Easter cooking?

Sherry is a magic ingredient.

It can be added to so many dishes…
March 10, 2018/by Sion Garrett

Want the perfect sweet drink to complement your puddings? Here’s our essential guide to Andalusian dessert wines

Rounding off a meal with a beautiful pudding accompanied by the…
February 10, 2018/by Sion Garrett

Salami v chorizo – what’s the best for your tapas dish?

Making a tapas dish which includes sausages?

It’s time to…
January 22, 2018/by Sion Garrett

14 Andalusian treats to make your sweetheart fall in love with you this Valentine’s Day

Planning the perfect meal for your love this Valentine’s Day?…
January 22, 2018/by Sion Garrett

Celebrate the 12 days of Christmas with tempting treats from Andalusia

With Christmas fast approaching, our thoughts turn to the food…
November 30, 2017/by Graeme Hooper

Looking for a fine quality sherry? Check the label for VOS or VORS

If you’re searching for a sherry which is of exceptional quality,…
November 7, 2017/by Sion Garrett

12 amazing Andalusian treats to enjoy this autumn

The nights are drawing in and you may feel like curling up in…
November 7, 2017/by Sion Garrett

How is the famous brandy from Jerez made?

Brandy of Jerez is famous all over Spain, and across the world.

It…
September 14, 2017/by Sion Garrett

10 ways you can bring a taste of Jerez to your kitchen

Home from your Spanish holiday? Here are 10 ways you can bring…
September 14, 2017/by Sion Garrett

Stay cool this summer with an Andalusian classic – gazpacho

The refreshing taste of gazpacho is one of the enduring staples…
August 10, 2017/by Sion Garrett

Discover the sweet history of Jerez de la Frontera

When you sample the tempting sweets of Andalusia, you’re tasting…
August 10, 2017/by Sion Garrett

Why you need sherry vinegar from Jerez in your store cupboard

All vinegars are not the same. Some are a gourmet delight.

For…
July 8, 2017/by Sion Garrett

Discover the traditional taste of Andalusian Ibérico ham

It’s one of the true tastes of authentic Spain, meat made from…
July 8, 2017/by Sion Garrett

Why tuna is the king of fish in Andalusia

One of the jewels in the crown of the food produce of Jerez is…
June 9, 2017/by Sion Garrett

6 wines perfect for your summer tapas

There’s nothing better than serving tapas in the summer.

With…
June 9, 2017/by Sion Garrett

A beginner’s guide to sherry from Jerez – how to choose the right taste for you

Would you like to try sherries but just don’t know where to…
May 6, 2017/by Sion Garrett

Why not try 6 of the best artisan cheeses from Andalusia?

When it comes to Spanish cheeses, we’ve all heard of Manchego.

There…
May 6, 2017/by Sion Garrett

Get the true taste of an Andalusian Easter

Easter, or Semana Santa, is a special time in Andalusia.
It…
April 7, 2017/by Sion-admin

How chorizo went from Roman street food to a smoky slice of heaven

The history of chorizo
The origins of chorizo lie in the Roman…
April 7, 2017/by Sion-admin

10 perfect products for your tapas

If you’re planning to serve tapas, you need the best quality…
March 17, 2017/by Sion-admin

THE FABULOUS FOODIE MAGAZINE VISITS JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA

Sophie Middleton of the fabulousfoodiemagazine.com recently visited…
March 17, 2017/by Sion-admin
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How sherry from Jerez became Britain’s favourite wine

For centuries, sherry was Britain’s favourite wine.

Its…
March 6, 2017/by Sion-admin

Iptuci Roman Salt Pans

Made a recent visit to the Iptuci Saltworks in El Prado del Ray…
August 10, 2016/by Graeme Hooper