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This Reform synagogue started by women is shaking up Jewish life in Madrid.
Barcelona may be known for its beaches and the Sagrada Família but there is much more to this Mediterranean metropolis, the capital of Catalonia. Fiercely proud of its culture and heritage the city is an eclectic mix of traditional and modern—with a vibrant art and music scene and nightlife to indulge your inner night owl like no place else. Mostly walkable but also with excellent public transport, bicycle lanes, and affordable taxis, Barcelona is made for sightseeing by day and ‘bona vida’—wine-and-tapas-fueled time with family and friends—by night.
During the annual Valencian festival of La Fallas, buñuelos are everywhere.
The oil produced from olive trees in Spain’s Castellón Province was once consumed by Roman soldiers.
Annette Cabelli, a 92-year-old Sephardic survivor from Greece, shares her memories with young audiences across Europe
Around the World, the Slippers Are a Symbol of Home.
Instead, I am here to understand how this bastion of Christian thought came to house a major relic of Jewish history.
Zavtrak turista, or "tourist breakfast," is resurfacing thanks to a trend of culinary Soviet nostalgia
There are three constants during the holiday season in Madrid: tourists ogling light-bedecked thoroughfares; supermarket aisles stuffed with seasonal treats like turrón and polvorón, the Spanish shortbread. And, everywhere, marzipan.
One of the highlights of the Christmas season in Spain is the proliferation of turrón, a nougat typically made from honey, sugar and nuts.
Step into any café on the Spanish part of the Iberian Peninsula and you are bound to find pan con tomate as one of the breakfast choices. It’s a four-ingredient dish involving toasted bread, olive oil, fresh tomato pulp, and salt. In Spain, pan con tomate is as ubiquitous as it is popular and affordable.
“If you have any evil or mean thoughts while preparing a ritual dish it will not come out well.”
How to advocate for your cover design without infuriating everyone in the process.