Tag Archives: Spanish

Tomato Soup, the Spanish Way

Another food memory from our September trip to Spain, this one being a traditional tomato soup from Cordoba called Salmorejo Cordobés.  Instead of the gazpacho that I typically have made for decades with a chunky blend of tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, garlic and sweet pepper, this is a velvety smooth tomato gazpacho that has been thickened […]

Vegetable Paella Perfection

Planning future travel to Spain in the Fall and already I am researching the local foods and flavours.  Paella, a traditional Spanish dish, is known to have seafood, sausage and chicken incorporated with the rice. This recipe, modified from the vegetarian variation in Plenty, a cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi, is full of vegetables, edamame beans, […]