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El Tast de Joan Noi: sea-to-table dining

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Located in Gràcia, a bohemian neighbourhood in the north part of the city, El Tast de Joan Noi is not your typical restaurant... in fact it isn't a restaurant as we know it. In Barcelona, food markets are longtime ...

Sitges and Freixenet’s Cava Wine Cellars Day

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Take a day trip from Barcelona to tour the cava cellars of Freixenet (Catalan pronunciation: [freh-ee-sh-eh-net]) and visit the picturesque beaches of Sitges. More information: Sitges, the Catalan answer to St. ...

Typical Christmas menu

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Video: © videosfrombarcelona Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMC0meBehoc

Jezebel’s: great pop up restaurant

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Discover Barcelona's hidden pop-up restaurants. We follow American expat Kathleen Englehardt as she prepares a mouth watering Mediterranean inspired menu for her select group of guests. This video is a promotional ...

Day of the Mussel in Alcanar

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In Alcanar, a small fishing town located in the southernmost edge of Catalonia, by the river Ebre delta, the Day of the Mussel of the Ebre Delta has been celebrated every year since 2001. Hundreds of kilograms of stea...

Visiting the mussels’ farms at the delta of the Ebre river

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If you're looking for a different experience on your next trip to Catalonia, put on your list a visit to the seafood farms at the Ebre river delta. The industry of harvesting mussels, clams and oysters in the south of...

Dinner under the stars at the space observatory

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The Dinners at the Fabra Observatory are one of the unmissable events in Barcelona’s summer season. The activity takes place at the Fabra Observatory during summer months and combines scientific outreach, astronomical...

Barcelona Restaurants & Food by TravelGuideTV

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Video: © TravelGuidesTV Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=949xmaOescI Reference in this site to any specific commercial product, process, or service, or the use of any trade, firm or corporation name is for t...

Recipes: a foodie paradise

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There is no video for this post but we wanted to present this cooking website from Núria, a Catalan foodie, in which many Catalan recipes are shown alongside other succulent typical Spanish and Basque dishes just ...

Gastronomy in Catalonia

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The passion for seafood and agricultural produce, and the richness and originality of the traditional cuisine are the reason why Catalan cuisine has become one of the most admired on the planet in recent years. Cre...

Tapas Tours by Barcelona Food Tour

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Video: © barcelonafoodtour Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyVYXKHJg0A This is a promotional advertisement. Reference in this site to any specific commercial product, process, or service, or the use of any ...

Catalan food and drinks around the world

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Video: © prodecacatalunya Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_5IZFfwQw8

Codorníu: a world of cava

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Codorníu (Catalan pronunciation: [ko-door-nee-oo]) is the world's largest producer of bottle-fermented sparkling wine, known as cava, made by the traditional champagne method (méthode traditionelle). It was founded in...

Restaurant El Vell Sarrià

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Located in Sarrià, un upper-class neighborhood in the northwest part of the city, El Vell Sarrià restaurant is a local favorite spot, famous for their delicious rice dishes. Located in an historic building dating back...

Food tours – Finding Oriol Llavina’s Penedès

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We like good food and we like good drink. A lot. And we also want you to enjoy the gastronomy of Barcelona and Catalonia in a vibrant, passionate manner. That’s why we suggest non-touristic food tours, wine tastings, ...

Mercat de Santa Caterina

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From the Barcelona Cathedral, an undulating, brightly coloured roof catches our eye. Attracted like insects to a colourful flower, we approach to discover a food market below the roof: the Santa Caterina Market. The o...

The food markets in Barcelona

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Barcelona is one of the few cities in the world to have a network of markets distributed in such a way that every neighbourhood has a market. Beyond the contribution they make to the quality of life of citizens as pro...

Recipes: xocolata amb xurros

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Xurros (Catalan, churros in Spanish), pronounced "shoe-roos"  is a fried-dough pastry— predominantly choux—based snack. Xurros are popular in Catalonia, in some other regions of Spain, France, the Philippines, Portuga...

Kimök: at tea time, yoghourt with blackberries and…

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It's natural, contains little pieces of kiwi, toasted cereal flakes and crushed peanuts, and is finished off with a thin layer of cocoa cream. Kimök yoghourts are a vice! Valeria and Maria test out the imaginative ski...

Lukumas: Greek-style doughnuts, glazed and infused!

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Ring-shaped or the Berlin option, filled with raspberry jam or a chocolate topping. Choose what you like but for sure you will be surprised by the taste of lukumas, what we know as doughnuts here. That's because Petro...

Restaurant La Paradeta

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A popular seafood restaurant with a unique way of ordering food. I’m a seafood monster – mussels, crab, clams, prawns, lobster, octopus, squid – I love it all. You won’t find a better place to enjoy well-prepared seaf...

You can’t leave without trying it once!

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Mark Bittman (NYTimes) travels to Barcelona, where he bites into one of the greatest sandwiches in the world: an Iberian cured ham sandwich. Although he specifically talks about Café Viena (there are several establish...

Neichel Restaurant

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A local favorite for the past 30 years, this French/Mediterranean fusion restaurant serves up the finest cuisine using only fresh, local, and seasonal ingredients. With meals slow cooked and perfected by owner/head ch...

Los Caracoles

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One of Barcelona's most cherished and celebrated restaurants: Los Caracoles. Founded in 1835, this family-run establishment located in the heart of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter started out as a specialty market, selling...

Foooooooood!

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Yummy!.... where at?... at Mercat de la Boqueria, the single best "open air" market I've ever been to. Located at La Rambla 89, it is easy to find. Ask anyone or just follow the buzz. The path is well worn - the marke...

How to prepare Rom Cremat

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On July 16th, many Catalan coastal towns celebrate the Virgin Carme festivity. This video shows the celebration at Port d'Aiguadolç in Sitges. This virgin is the protector of fishermen and sailors from the harshness o...

La Torre del Remei in the Pyrenees

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In the Catalan Pyrenees, in the town of Bolvir de Cerdanya, next to the Cadí nature reserve, surrounded by three hectares of gardens with magnificent sequoias, a little palace of the modernist style is transformed tod...

Catalans and food

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Sure, Barcelona has become a cauldron of culinary kookiness, with the foams and froths of master chef Ferran Adrià and his disciples. But you can still get a taste of yesteryear and traditional Catalan cooking. Tradit...

Recipes: Chicken with mushrooms

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Pollastre amb bolets (chicken with mushrooms) is a traditional recipe made in many countries and with many variations. The video presents the typical Catalan way of cooking this recipe at home. Pan-roasting is the ...

Recipes: fideuà

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Fideuà has become one of the most popular meals in Catalonia. It is based in fried thin noodles, boiled with fish broth and served with ‘allioli’. Its origin is supposed to be valencian –due to its wrong orthography, ...

Recipes: duck with pears

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Ànec amb peres (duck with pears) is a traditional Catalan recipe that mixes salty and sweet taste. It's typically cooked on 'Festa Major' day (town celebration day) basically in Girona counties, but spread to all Cata...

Recipes: homemade Catalan Easter cake

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The Mona de Pasqua (Easter cake) is a sweet pastry typical of Catalonia, generally decorated with hard-boiled eggs. This pastry is called "mona" - monkey in Catalan- because it's said the first ones had the shape of t...

A typical calçotada in Valls

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What are many of your Catalan friends doing next Sunday? From November to April, chances are they are meeting for a calçotada, a traditional party consisting mainly of eating calçots, that is, sweet onions typical fro...

Recipe: Romesco sauce, the secret ingredient to eat calçots

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As the legend goes, a 19th-century Catalan farmer was out experimenting in his fields when he came up with a new kind of longer, juicier green onion, the calçot (pronounced "kal-sot"). In creating the onion, the farme...

Recipes: canalons

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Canalons is the classic version originating from Italian immigrants during the nineteenth century, it is also worth noting that Sardinia was once part of the Catalan ‘empire’ (Catalan can still be heard in Alghero) al...

Recipes: crema catalana

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Traditionally, crema catalana ("Catalan cream") or crema cremada ("Burnt cream") was made only on St Joseph’s Day (the Catalan equivalent of Father’s Day), on 19 March, by grannies and maiden aunts. These days, there ...

Recipes: Escalivada

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Escalivada, a roasted vegetable dish is typical from the regions of Catalonia and Aragon. Its name comes from a verb in Catalan meaning "to roast in the embers." It is a simple dish, with rural origins, made from...

Recipes: Escudella, at the typical Catalan Christmas lunch

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How to easily cook the traditional catalan Christmas soup: Escudella i carn d'olla. Escudella (meaning bowl in Catalan) - a large stew-soup traditionally made at Christmas, a favourite cold-weather dish to warm the...

Torres winery estate in Pacs del Penedès

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The estates of Mas La Plana and Mas Rabell, at 30' from Barcelona, the Torres winery offers a great experience to discover the origins, the philosophy and the delicate winemaking process behind some of the most awarde...

La castanyada

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La Castanyada (Catalan pronunciation: [kas-tah-nee-ah-dah]) is a popular festival celebrated in Catalonia mainly on All Saints' Day. In Occitania, the similar festival Castanhada is celebrated, but not on All Saints' ...

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