Once you go to Spain, you’ll leave a part of yourself behind. There is so much to do, so much to cover, photograph, write about and talk about, that no one blog can possibly cover it all. Nor can any one visit. No less than Anthony Bourdain, the super chef/author/TV personality/culinary rockstar has opined that “outside of Asia, Spain is the single greatest place for culinary achievement in the world.” We are going again, just to be sure.
And the coffee? The café con leche? It was the very first post on this blog and will likely be the very first thing I do as soon as the plane lands in Madrid.
This is the second of a three part series, “To Madrid: A love letter”. The first post is here. In this second post, Madrid eating should be an entire blog by itself so we will just touch on it here. Winter 2016 We staggered with…read more
This is the third and final post of our series, “To Madrid: A Love Letter”. The first post is here and the second post is here. Now, modern Madrid looks to its techy future but cannot stray far from its fraught past. Much like, in fact,…read more