When good friends come together to celebrate the year end, not just any party food will do. The word tapas loosely translates to the modern day “small bite” or “small plate” and typically consists of Mediterranean-inspired appetizers. Here we've paired an easy cracker, a baba ghanoush recipe and a classic steamed mussels dish, keeping true to the regions along the Mediterranean Sea.Read Full Story
Looking to tantalize your amore with a sultry night of Spanish flavor? These exceptional and easy tapas recipes will titillate your taste buds like never before. Go ahead. Don’t be shy. Get in the mood with some sensual flamenco jams and spice up your kitchen with these delicious Andalusian favorites.Read Full Story
Tapas bars are opening everywhere in the United States, serving a wide variety of appetizers or snacks, usually inspired by Spanish cuisine. While tapas have become common in the United States, few of us understand the history of small plate fare. With roots in Spain, where dinner is usually served between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m., there is ample afternoon time for small plates that consist of cheese, olives, cured meats, bread, and seafood along with a glass—or two!—of the local wine. Want to impress your next dinner guests? Bring the tapas tradition to your very own kitchen.Read Full Story
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