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- Confit: A Traditional Preservation Method That Can Make Anything Extraordinary, Even Chicken 1 day ago I usually have a hard time getting excited about chicken. But duck…duck I can get very excited about. Especially duck confit: duck that has cured and cooked slowly in duck fat until the meat is silky smooth and the flavors intensified. The problem is that duck can be […]
- Floating Through a Fairy Tale: A Wine Cruise on the Vltava River in Prague 1 week ago Originally posted on Julia Eats: The Vltava river became magical as the sun went down. We had escaped the crowded streets and cruised along the river at a leisurely pace. We sipped on Czech wines and took in the historical sights along the riverbanks. A Wine Boat cruise…
- Tapas in Granada, Spain 2 weeks ago Originally posted on Julia Eats: Granada sits at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains in the Andalusian region of Southern Spain. Visgoths, Romans, Moors and Christians have left their marks on the city that is now Granada. The Moors surrendered Granada to Catholic monarchs Ferdinand and...
- Village Life in Castilla y León: How We Ate and Drank Like Cavemen 3 weeks ago Originally posted on Julia Eats: Not like prehistoric cavemen. We were more like “wine-cavemen,” sitting underground feasting on the wine and food of northern Spain. Northwest of Madrid is the region of Castilla y León. It is the largest autonomous community in Spain, formed in the year 1230...
- Pea Soup with Fennel and Greens 3 months ago Spring is teasing us with warm sunny days speckled in between cold rainy stretches. We haven’t lived in this climate for years, so we need some warming up. It is time for a batch of Pea Soup with Fennel and Greens. Glowing with the bright color of spring, […]
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05:02 AM June 26, 2017
Great writing, and the photos of the food make my mouth water. I can't wait to try these restaurants in Valencia!