In the part nine of Passport & Plate Spain, Edwina visits La Boqueria to take a cooking class above the market, and goes on a tapas tour through the streets of Barcelona.
In part eight of Passport & Plate Spain, Edwina plants rice in the fields, fishes for sea bass, and cooks ancient recipes in Catalunya.
Nomad Edwina heads to Barcelona at the beginning of her culinary adventures through Catalunya, to find where the fresh ingredients come from, and cook up a storm with the locals.
Relive the highlights of Nicola’s journey through Spain, as she recaps her top experiences in Madrid and discovers how food unlocks the essence of a destination.
One of the best ways to connect with locals while traveling, is through sharing food. In part five of Passport & Plate Spain, Nicola makes a series of local food connections.
In part four of Passport & Plate Spain, Nicola shares her favorite foodie moments in Madrid. From phallic gooseneck barnacles to sumptuous strawberries.
If you need inspiration to visit Andalucia, perhaps Nomad Aube's vignettes will inspire you to go on your own culinary adventures through Spain?
To get to the heart of Spanish food in Andalucia, we spend a day in a local farmers' shoes, taking a ride in a tractor, and learning how to catch seaweed.
Would you dare try lambs brains or blood sausage? Follow Nomad Aube on her Spanish food adventures in part one of Passport & Plate Spain.
Meet Joan Roca, a visionary chef who believes that food can be a powerful catalyst for fostering education and social inclusion.
Jim Kane goes shrimping for a day with Carlos and his crew on Catalonia's Coast, to find out how Palamos shrimp are caught and sold at the market.